(That's a senior event memorializing Mikhail Botvinnik, not an event for Mikhail Botvinnik, Senior.) Viktor the terrible - Viktor Korchnoi - is at it again. True, it was "only" a senior event, but still: he's the second oldest player there and he keeps winning. His score of 7/9 (TPR: 2637) put him a full point ahead of Evgeni Vasiukov (perhaps best known as the victim of Tal's hippopotamus-in-the-marsh piece sac, but a great player in his own right; have a look at what he did as an "old" man against van Wely in 2002 for a glimpse of what he was capable of in his heyday) and two points ahead of the still-active Lajos Portisch.
The star event memorializing Botvinnik will take place in a couple of weeks. There will be a rapid event starting September 1 with a few good players you've probably heard of: Viswanathan Anand, Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian and Vladimir Kramnik. They will subsequently play in team matches with some strong female players - less interesting, but it's always nice to the big guns in action. (More on this here.)