The Abalone World Championship 2019 – one of the events of the Mind Sports Olympiad – took place at the JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road, London, on Wednesday, August 21st pm.
Here is the ranking 2019:
The complete 2019 MSO Medal Table is available HERE.
Congratulations to Vincent FROCHOT who wins the title for the eighth time, following seven earlier wins in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018. Twelve years after his first participation, he is still at the top!!
Congratulations also to all the deserving medalists!
Thank you to all the organizers of the MSO and to all the competitors who make this event more and more interesting from year to year!
Here is the Abalone World Championship 2019 live stream. The event is (talentedly!) presented by Steve Raine and Ryan Young. Enjoy!
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The Abalone World Championship 2019 is one of the events of the Mind Sports Olympiad.
It will take place at the JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road, London, on Wednesday, August 21st 2019 from 2:15pm to around 5.30pm (local time).
You will be able to follow the Mind Sports Olympiad facebook page for live commentary (:
The Abalone World Championship – one of the events of the Mind Sports Olympiad – took place at the JW3, 341-351 Finchley Road, London, on Monday August 20st, 2018 from 10am to around 2pm.
Here are the detailed results of the tournament:
I will not publish the global ranking because it is not relevant: due to the Swiss pairing, level may vary significantly among players with the same number of wins.
In my opinion what matters most is who won against who and with which colour, and who won all his/her games.
Here is a highly interesting balanced variation! It was created by the young Hyunmin KIM, from South Korea, on Monday 20, August 2018, in London, UK, during the Abalone World Championship 2018:
Please try it and tell us about it! (: