Here are the results:
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (French No.1 and actual French Champion) first of all beat Laurent Fressinet (French Champion 2010 and French No.3) in the Armaggedon game after making two draws.
|Laurent Fressinet||2696||½-½||Maxime Vachier-Lagrave||2715||Sicilian 2.c3|
|Maxime Vachier-Lagrave||2715||½-½||Laurent Fressinet||2696||Queen's Gambit 5.Bf4|
|Laurent Fressinet||2696||0-1||Maxime Vachier-Lagrave||2715||Pirc Defence|
Garry Kasparov then took on the winner, and won a smooth game in the Sicilian before holding with Black.
|Garry Kasparov||2812||1-0||Maxime Vachier-Lagrave||2715||Sicilian 3.Bb5|
|Maxime Vachier-Lagrave||2715||½-½||Garry Kasparov||2812||Spanish with d3|
Finally, for the spectator's pleasure, there was a consultation game involving local personalities in which Kasparov was less successful!
|White pair||Result||Black pair||Opening|
|Laurent Baumel & Maxime Vachier-Lagrave||1-0||Anthony Delon & Garry Kasparov||Catalan Opening|
Garry Kasparov is promoting his foundation which is pushing the 'Teaching Chess step by step' project in schools. There has already been some success in the USA and now the world's best ever player is actively promoting the idea in Europe.