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GM Ian Rogers

“The Reykjavik Open is one of the strongest and most innovative open tournaments in the world, played in the magnificent Harpa building – think a black Sydney Opera House with plenty of side-events plus, of course, the chance to see amazing Iceland. Not surprisingly a steady stream of US players makes a February pilgrimage to Iceland – home to the famous 1972 world title match as well as Bobby Fischer’s home for his final years (and his final resting place).”

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Henrik Carlsen

“Reykjavik Open has become my favorite tournament representing an excellent combination of serious chess, sightseeing, outdoor swimming pools, good food, and all the other fascinating possibilities that Iceland offers. Highly recommended!”

IM Alina l’Ami

“I know I am not the first one to say it but Reykjavik Open is an event I would never like to miss, it’s glued to my calendar”