I have no particular interest in this tournament, but I often seen displays like this and wish to extract games without needing to type them out manually. Is there some way to download the PGNs?
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If you remove the last file name, you get the listing of the contents of the directory:
The .txt files are files used by the Flash program to find the moves. But there also is a pgn file:
However, if I recall correctly, the pgn file does not always exist. If it does not exist, one way would be to write a script that parses the pos##.txt files which contain all moves even when the games are ongoing. I thought of doing that before the pgn files started appearing (probably an update of the dgt software?) in the directories, but never got started.