Curt Hansen became Denmark's second grandmaster after Bent Larsen. He is undisputedly Denmark's strongest chess player right now - and is the only Danish player with more than ELO 2600. To underline this, he undefeatedly won this year's Danish Championship with 6/8.
Curt is also playing for SG Köln Porz (team mate with world champion Khalifman) in the German Bundesliga, where the club again became German champions. Curt is constantly scoring many points (this year 10˝/15, last year 11/15) allthough it's one of the strongest leagues in the world.
After this year's Danish championship, Curt participated in a category XV tournament in Essen, Germany, scoring 4/9 - eight draws and one loss to Dreev (ELO 2680 - who was in the defeated field, when Curt became junior world champion in 1984), a score a little below expectations.
Curt Hansen moreover edits chess columns in two Danish newspapers, Jyllands-Posten and Jydske Vestkysten.
Further information about Curt Hansen is available on the Danish Chess Federations (DSUs) homepage.