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Zurich World Minesweeper Championship 2011 (Meeting Results)
I E Sum 5&5 Penalty
1 Fritz Löhr 10.639 41.668 52.307 284.326
2 Thomas Kolar 13.759 42.994 56.753 306.263
3 Arsen Balishyan 15.944 52.416 68.360 372.762
4 Robert Royals 14.524 55.723 70.247 390.553
5 Eduard Cros 17.128 60.778 77.906 408.545
6 Andreas Fuchs 25.834 74.272 100.106 560.651
7 Stefan Huber 52.444 193.917 246.361 2898.793 999.999 x2
8 "slic3" 121.761 DNF 5747.244 999.999 x5
9 "nwoak" 126.189 DNF 6854.219 999.999 x6


Zurich World Minesweeper Championship 2011 (Meeting & Online Results)
I E Sum 5&5 Penalty
1 Kamil Murański 8.55 39.49 48.05 262.30
2 Fritz Löhr 10.63 41.66 52.30 284.32
3 Thomas Kolar 13.75 42.99 56.75 306.26
4 Damien Moore 12.93 50.76 63.69 349.87
5 Bertie Seyffert 15.89 52.94 68.84 372.47
6 Arsen Balishyan 15.94 52.41 68.36 372.76
7 Michael Gottlieb 13.70 54.62 68.32 380.89
8 David Greer 19.07 53.81 72.89 389.47
9 Robert Royals 14.52 55.72 70.24 390.55
10 Eduard Cros 17.12 60.77 77.90 408.54
11 Gergely Nagy 20.25 62.02 82.27 424.83
12 Andreas Fuchs 25.83 74.27 100.10 560.65
13 Daniele Calafiore 21.70 99.34 121.04 666.36
14 Stefan Huber 52.44 193.91 246.36 2898.79 999.999 x2
15 "slic3" 121.76 DNF 5747.24 999.999 x5
16 "nwoak" 126.18 DNF 6854.21 999.999 x6


Videos

You can download the best 5&5 videos for each player.

Rules

Players were ranked on the sum of their best 5 Intermediate and 5 Expert games and had 3 hours to play Minesweeper using Viennasweeper Release 2.2. Each unfinished game was given a penalty of 999.99 seconds.

Details

The 12th World Minesweeper Championship took place 10 September 2011 at ETH Zürich. This was the second tournament to use the Scoreganizer client written by Tommy and the first tournament with online participants. Players downloaded Viennasweeper in advance and the program activated at 13:15 and uploaded videos directly to the Scoreganizer website. In total, 9 players competed in person and 7 players competed from home. However, since playing from home is an advantage the official results are the "meeting" results. Trophies were given to the best 3 players and medals were awarded to everyone. The top ranked player from Germany (Fritz) won the live competition and the top ranked player in the world (Kamil) won the online competition. Fritz set a new tournament record of 41.66 on Expert beating the 41.68 set by Roman at Budapest 2007. There was an amusing side event where teams of two played Beginner with one player blindfolder and one giving instructions: Fritz and Robert won with 54s, Arsen and Edu came second with 55s while Tommy and Stefan came last with 109s.

Links

Fritz wrote a detailed review.

The tournament announcement and full results are on the Scoreganizer site.

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