• 15 Zurich 2015 2784

    16 Zagreb 2019 2782 

    17 Bilbao 2012 2781

     

    WHO WILL WIN ?

     

    1 Magnus Carlsen 13

    2 Fabiano Caruana 12

    3 Ding Liren 11

    4 Anish Giri 9

    5 Maxime Vachier Lagrave 8

    6 Ian Nepomniachtchi 8

    7 Shakhriyar Mamedyarov 7

    8 Viswanathan Anand 7

    9 Wesley So 7

    10 Levon Aronian 6

    11 Hikaru Nakamura 6

    12 Sergey Karjakin 6

     

     


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    12 Bilbao 2015 2785

    13 Norway 2019 2784 

    14 London Classic 2015 2784

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

     

    1  Carlsen, Magnus 13,5

    2  Yu, Yangyi 10,5

    3  Aronian, Levon 10,5

    4  Caruana, Fabiano 10

    5  So, Wesley 10

    6  Ding, Liren 8,5

    7  Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 8

    8  Anand, Viswanathan 8

    9  Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 5,5

    10  Grischuk, Alexander 5,5


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  • GP MOSCOW

     

     

    1/8

    Dubov-Giri 1,5-0,5

    Nakamura-Radjabov 2,5-1,5

    So-Duda 2,5-1,5

    Grischuk-Karjakin 1,5-0,5

    Nepomniachtchi-Aronian 1,5-0,5

    Jakovenko-Wei Yi 1,5-0,5

    Svidler-Vitiugov 1,5-0,5

    Wojtaszek-Mamedyarov 1,5-0,5

     

    1/4

    Nakamura-Dubov 2,5-1,5

    Grischuk-So 2,5-1,5

    Nepomniachtchi-Wei Yi 2,5-1,5

    Wojtaszek-Svidler 1,5-0,5

     

    1/2

    Grischuk-Nakamura 1,5-0,5

    Nepomniachtchi-Wojtaszek 3,5-2,5

     

    Final

    Nepomniachtchi-Grischuk 2,5-1,5


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  • CANDIDATES 2019

    FINAL STANDINGS

     

     1 Goryachkina, Aleksandra 9,5

    2 Muzychuk, Anna 8

    3 Tan, Zhongyi 7

    4 Lagno, Kateryna 7

    5 Dzagnidze, Nana 6,5

    6 Muzychuk, Mariya 6,5

    7 Kosteniuk, Alexandra 6

    8 Gunina, Valentina 5,5


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    FIDE has approved the regulations for the World Championship Match 2020, as well as for the Women's World Championship match 2019-2020. The bidding procedure will last three months.

     

    After extensive consultations with representatives of the chess community, some significant changes are introduced in the new regulations. These are the main ones:

     

    The length of the match has been extended, from 12 games to 14. This change reflects the general opinion that the match should be slightly longer. To keep the event within a reasonable time frame, the rest days have been reduced from 6 to 5. This is a more dynamic schedule that will allow having all Saturdays and Sundays as playing days.

     

    FIDE has established restrictions on the draw by mutual agreement: the players cannot settle for a draw before black's 40th move. A claim for a draw before black's 40th move is permitted only through an Arbiter in case of threefold repetition.

     

    The recommendation for the prize fund has been raised to an expected minimum of 2 million euros net of any applicable local taxes. The winner will take 60% of this amount, while the runner-up gets 40% - as long as the World Championship Match ends within 14 games. In the eventuality of the title being decided in the tie-break, the prize fund will be split more evenly, with the winner receiving 55% and the runner-up 45%.

     

    The time control has also been changed to the "Classical" format: the players will have 120 minutes for the first 40 moves, followed by 60 minutes for the next 20 moves and then 15 minutes for the rest of the game with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from move 61. There is no increment whatsoever during the first 60 moves of the game.

     

    As for the Women's World Championship, as it had been announced last month, the knock-out system is abandoned and this competition adopts now the same format of a Candidates Tournament followed by a title match. In this case, the final will be decided at the distance of 12 games, and both players will fight for a total prize fund of 500.000 € (after taxes). For comparison, in the last title match between Ju Wenjun and Tan Zhongyi in Shanghai, the prize fund was 200.000 €.

     

    Apart from the technical and format changes in both cycles, the main novelty respect to the past few years is that FIDE is again in charge of organizing the World Championship match. After having delegated this responsibility on a third party company for the past few editions, a top priority for the new leadership under Arkady Dvorkovich's direction was to regain the commercial rights over its flagship event. The approval of these regulations marks the completion of this plan.


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    FINAL RANKING

     

    1  Carlsen, Magnus 7,5

    2  Caruana, Fabiano 6

    3  Naiditsch, Arkadij 5

    4  Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 5

    5  Svidler, Peter 4,5

    6  Aronian, Levon 4,5

    7  Anand, Viswanathan 4,5

    8  Vallejo Pons, Francisco 4

    9  Keymer, Vincent 2

    10  Meier, Georg 2


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  • SHENZHEN 2019

     49 GP FIDE Zoug 2013  2755

    50 Shenzhen 2019 2754

    51 Bilbao 2014  2754

     

     

    FINAL RANKING

      

    1  Giri, Anish 6,5

    2  Harikrishna, Pentala 6

    3  Ding, Liren 5,5

    4  Rapport, Richard 5

    5  Jakovenko, Dmitry 3,5

    6  Yu, Yangyi 3,5


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  • EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1  Kashlinskaya, Alina 8

    2  Sebag, Marie 8

    3  Paehtz, Elisabeth 8

    4  Gaponenko, Inna 8

    5  Stefanova, Antoaneta 8

    6  Guichard, Pauline 7,5

    7  Fataliyeva, Ulviyya 7,5

    8  Ushenina, Anna 7,5

    9  Tsolakidou, Stavroula 7,5

    10  Dzagnidze, Nana 7,5


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    20 London Chess Classic 2017  2778

    21 Shamkir Chess 2019 2778

    22 Sinquefield Cup 2016 2778

     

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

     

     1  Carlsen, Magnus 7

    2  Karjakin, Sergey 5

    3  Ding, Liren 5

    4  Radjabov, Teimour 4,5

    5  Grischuk, Alexander 4,5

    6  Anand, Viswanathan 4,5

    7  Topalov, Veselin 4

    8  Navara, David 4

    9  Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 3,5

    10  Giri, Anish 3

     

     


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  • 20 Aeroflot 2015 2676

    21 Aeroflot 2019 2675

    22 Aeroflot 2010 2674

     

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

     1  Kulaots, Kaido 7 ( 2870 )

    2  Martirosyan, Haik M. 7 ( 2783 )

    3  Sasikiran, Krishnan 6,5 ( 2778 )

    4  Wang, Hao 6 ( 2725 )

    5  Wei, Yi 6 ( 2707 )

    6  Chigaev, Maksim 6 ( 2695 )

    7  Sarana, Alexey 6 ( 2693 )

    8  Inarkiev, Ernesto 6 ( 2689 )

    9  Anton Guijarro, David 6 ( 2681 )

    ...

     

     


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  • FINAL STANDINGS

     

     1  Gunina, Valentina 7

    2  Kosteniuk, Alexandra 6,5

    3  Krush, Irina 5,5

    4  Dzagnidze, Nana 5

    5  Harika, Dronavalli 4,5

    6  Abdumalik, Zhansaya 4,5

    7  Zatonskih, Anna 3,5

    8  Khotenashvili, Bela 3

    9  Sebag, Marie 3

    10  Paehtz, Elisabeth 2,5


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     3 Isle of Man 2017 2724

    4 Gibraltar 2019 2719

    5 Gibraltar 2016 2715

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1  Artemiev, Vladislav 8,5

    2  Karthikeyan, Murali 8

    3  Vitiugov, Nikita 7,5

    4  Howell, David W L 7,5

    5  Anton Guijarro, David 7,5

    6  Navara, David 7

    7  Grandelius, Nils 7

    8  Lalith Babu M R 7

    9  Le, Quang Liem 7

    10  Saric, Ivan 7


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  • GOLDEN LEAGUE

    2019

    Wijk Aan Zee, Gibraltar, Aeroflot, Shamkir, Shenzhen, Grenke, GP Moscow, NorwayChess...to be continued

     

    1 Carlsen, Magnus 40 ( Elo perf 2928 )

    2 Giri, Anish 17 ( 2837 )

    3 Ding, Liren 15 ( 2814 )

    4 Nepomniachtchi, Ian 15 ( 2799 )

    5 Artemiev Vladislav 10 ( 2941 )

    6 Kulaots, Kaido 10 ( 2870 )

    7 Caruana, Fabiano 10 ( 2830 )

    8 Grischuk, Alexander 9 ( 2814 )

    9 Anand, Viswanathan 9 ( 2761 )

    10 Yu, Yangyi 9 ( 2718 )

    11 Harikrishna, Pentala 7 ( 2831 )

    12 Karjakin, Sergey 7 ( 2819 )

    13 Martirosyan, Haik M. 7 ( 2783 )

    14 Aronian, Levon 7 ( 2753 )

    15 Karthikeyan Murali 7 ( 2747 )

    16 So, Wesley 6 ( 2790 )

    17 Vitiugov Nikita 5 ( 2779 )

    18 Sasikiran, Krishnan 5 ( 2778 )

    19 Naiditsch, Arkadij 5 ( 2770 )

    20 Rapport, Richard 5 ( 2758 )

    21 Svidler, Peter 5 ( 2726 )

    22 Wei, Yi 5 ( 2724 )

    23 Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 4 ( 2885 )

    24 Radjabov, Teimour 4 ( 2780 )

    25 Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 4 ( 2761 )

    26 Wang, Hao 4 ( 2725 )

    27 Howell David W L 4 ( 2705 )

    28 Nakamura, Hikaru 4 ( 2682 )

    29 Anton Guijarro David 3 ( 2696 )

    30 Jakovenko, Dmitry 3 ( 2654 )

    31 Dubov, Daniil 2 ( 2863 )

    32 Vidit, Santosh Gujrathi 2 ( 2784 )

    33 Grandelius Nils 2 ( 2771 )

    34 Chigaev, Maksim 2 ( 2695 )

    35 Lalith Babu M R 1 ( 2767 )

    36 Shankland, Samuel 1 ( 2755 )

    37 Navara, David 1 ( 2743 )

    38 Topalov, Veselin 1 ( 2743 )

    39 Sarana, Alexey 1 ( 2693 ) 

     

    RULES

    The ranking of the Golden League is based on the most prestigious tournaments of the year, closed and open.

    Only the number of points, then the Sonneborn-Berger used the classification of the Golden League after the last round of the tournament. 

    10 points are awarded to the winner, 7 in the second, 5 in the third, 4 in the fourth, 3 in the fifth... 

     For GP KO : 10 for V, 6 for F, 4 for 1/2 and 2 for 1/4 

     

    In case of equality between several players in a tournament, the points of the highest ranking is given to those players.


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    50 GP FIDE Thessalonique 2013  2753

    51 Wijk Aan Zee 2019 2753

    52 World Championship 2007  2752

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Carlsen, Magnus 9

    2 Giri, Anish 8,5

    3 Nepomniachtchi, Ian 7,5

    4 Anand, Viswanathan 7,5

    5 Ding, Liren 7,5

    6 Vidit, Santosh Gujrathi 7

    7 Rapport, Richard 6,5

    8 Shankland, Samuel 6,5

    9 Radjabov, Teimour 6,5

    10 Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 5,5

    11 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 5

    12 Fedoseev, Vladimir 5

    13 Van Foreest, Jorden 4,5

    14 Kramnik, Vladimir 4,5

     


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    FINAL

     


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  • WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    CONGRATULATIONS MAGNUS

    photos Niki Riga ( https://www.facebook.com/niki.riga2 )

     

     


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    31 Shamkir 2018 2768

    32 Shenzhen 2018 2766

    33 Candidates Khanty-Mansiïsk 2014 2766

     

    FINAL RANKING

    1  Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 5,5 (perf 2799)

    2  Giri, Anish 5,5 (2798)

    3  Ding, Liren 5,5 (2791)

    4  Yu, Yangyi 5 (2766)

    5  Vitiugov, Nikita 5 (2774)

    6  Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 3,5 (2662)

     


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    1 Qatar 2015 2739

    2 Isle of Man 2018 2737

    3 Isle of Man 2017 2724

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Naiditsch Arkadij 7 (2892)

    2 Wojtaszek Radoslaw 7 (2851)

    3 Wang Hao 6,5 (2820)

    4 Xiong Jeffery 6,5 (2811)

    5 Grischuk Alexander 6,5 (2777)

    6 Adhiban B. 6,5 (2755)

    7 Nakamura Hikaru 6,5 (2751)

    8 Kramnik Vladimir 6,5 (2747)

    9 Jones Gawain C B 6,5 (2731)

    ...

    ...

     


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  • 6 Bilbao (2010)  2789

    7 Sinquefield Cup (2018) 2788

    8 Bilbao (2011)  2788

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

     

    1 Aronian, Levon 5,5

    2 Caruana, Fabiano 5,5

    3 Carlsen, Magnus 5,5

    4 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 5

    5 Grischuk, Alexander 4,5

    6 Anand, Viswanathan 4,5

    7 Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 4,5

    8 So, Wesley 4

    9 Nakamura, Hikaru 3

    10 Karjakin, Sergey 3


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    19 Aeroflot-2010 2674

    20 Abu Dhabi Masters-2018 2669

    21 Millonaire-2015 2667

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1  Dubov, Daniil 7,5 (perf Elo 2867)

    2  Korobov, Anton 7,5 (2857)

    3  Salem, A.R. Saleh 7,5 (2826)

    4  Sargissian, Gabriel 7 (2775)

    5  Rapport, Richard 6,5 (2745)

    6  Wang, Hao 6,5 (2726)

    7  Cheparinov, Ivan 6,5 (2725)

    ...

     


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  • FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 8 ( Perf Elo 2921 )

    2 Carlsen, Magnus 6 ( 2792 )

    3 Svidler, Peter 6 ( 2773 )

    4 Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 6 ( 2768 )

    5 Navara, David 4 ( 2668 )

    6 Georgiadis, Nico 2 ( 2487 )


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    FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Nepomniachtchi, Ian 5

    2 Kovalev, Vladislav 4

    3 Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 4

    4 Giri, Anish 4

    5 Meier, Georg 3,5

    6 Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 3

    7 Kramnik, Vladimir 3

    8 Nisipeanu, Liviu-Dieter 1,5


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    FINAL STANDINGS 

     

    1 Caruana, Fabiano 5 (Perf 2881)

    2 Anand, Viswanathan 4,5 (2837)

    3 Nakamura, Hikaru 4,5 (2836)

    4 Carlsen, Magnus 4,5 (2827)

    5 Aronian, Levon 4 (2793)

    6 So, Wesley 4 (2792)

    7 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 3,5 (2745)

    8 Karjakin, Sergey 3 (2704)

    9 Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 3 (2703)


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  • 23 Aeroflot 2009 2665

    24 Sharjah Masters 2018 2665

    25 Gibraltar 2011 2665

     

    FINAL STANDINGS 

     

    1 Maghsoodloo Parham 8

    2 Wang Hao 7

    3 Safarli Eltaj 7

    4 Adhiban B. 6,5

    5 Artemiev Vladislav 6,5

    6 Inarkiev Ernesto 6,5

    7 Sethuraman S.P. 6,5

    8 Iturrizaga Bonelli Eduardo 6,5

    9 Eljanov Pavel 6,5

    10 Naiditsch Arkadij 6,5

    ...


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  • 29 Bilbao 2008  2769

    30 Shamkir 2018 2768

    31 Candidates Khanty-Mansiïsk  2014  2766

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1  Carlsen, Magnus 6

    2  Ding, Liren 5,5

    3  Karjakin, Sergey 5

    4  Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 4,5

    5  Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 4,5

    6  Giri, Anish 4,5

    7  Radjabov, Teimour 4,5

    8  Topalov, Veselin 4

    9  Mamedov, Rauf 4

    10  Navara, David 2,5


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  • 28 Dubai 2016 2659

    29 Dubai 2018 2656

    30 Reykjavik 2013 2655

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Flores Diego 7,5

    2 Iturrizaga Bonelli Eduardo 7

    3 Sethuraman S.P. 7

    4 Adly Ahmed 7

    5 Ganguly Surya Shekhar 6,5

    6 Jones Gawain C B 6,5

    7 Kryvoruchko Yuriy 6,5

    8 Kovalev Vladislav 6,5

    9 Safarli Eltaj 6,5

    10 Can Emre 6,5

    ... 


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  • GOLDEN LEAGUE

    2018

     

    Wijk Aan Zee, Gibraltar, Aeroflot, Candidates, Grenke, Dubaï, Sharjah Open, Shamkir, Norway, Dortmund, Biel, Abu Dhabi, Sinquefield, Isle of Man, Shenzen , World Championship !

     

    1 Carlsen, Magnus 50 ( 2840 )

    2 Caruana Fabiano 44 ( 2871 )

    3 Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 24 ( 2824 )

    4 Vachier-Lagrave Maxime 23 ( 2777 )

    5 Giri, Anish 21 ( 2804 )

    6 Aronian Levon 21 ( 2795 )

    7 Kovalev Vladislav 17 ( 2785 )

    8 Nakamura Hikaru 16 ( 2803 )

    9 Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 15 ( 2705 )

    10 Wang Hao 14 ( 2773 )

    11 Anand, Viswanathan 12 ( 2819 )

    12 Sethuraman S.P. 12 ( 2723 )

    13 Vitiugov Nikita 11 ( 2760 )

    14 Naiditsch Arkadij 10 ( 2892 )

    15 Nepomniachtchi, Ian 10 ( 2872 )

    16 Dubov, Daniil 10 ( 2867 )

    17 Maghsoodloo Parham 10 ( 2847 )

    18 Rapport Richard 10 ( 2754 )

    19 Flores Diego 10 ( 2714 )

    20 Ding Liren 9 ( 2818 )

    21 Grischuk Alexander 9 ( 2775 )

    22 Karjakin, Sergey 8 ( 2817 )

    23 Kramnik, Vladimir 8 ( 2757 )

    24 Korobov, Anton 7 ( 2857 )

    25 Iturrizaga Bonelli Eduardo 7 ( 2761 )

    26 Adhiban B. 6 ( 2732 )

    27 Salem, A.R. Saleh 5 ( 2826 )

    28 So, Wesley 5 ( 2785 )

    29 Svidler, Peter 5 ( 2773 )

    30 Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 5 ( 2767 )

    31 Gordievsky Dmitry 5 ( 2725 )

    32 Artemiev Vladislav 5 ( 2718 )

    33 Safarli Eltaj 5 ( 2697 )

    34 Xiong Jeffery 4 ( 2811 )

    35 Xu Xiangyu 4 ( 2780 )

    36 Sargissian, Gabriel 4 ( 2775 )

    37 Yu, Yangyi 4 ( 2766 )

    38 Adly Ahmed 4 ( 2686 )

    39 Radjabov, Teimour 3 ( 2770 )

    40 Petrosian Tigran L. 3 ( 2757 )

    41 Meier, Georg 3 ( 2732 )

    42 Adams Michael 3 ( 2731 )

    43 Kryvoruchko Yuriy 3 ( 2715 )

    44 Navara, David 3 ( 2668 )

    45 Bluebaum, Matthias 2 ( 2745 )

    46 Ganguly Surya Shekhar 2 ( 2709 )

    47 Inarkiev Ernesto 2 ( 2702 )

    48 Georgiadis, Nico 2 ( 2487 )

    49 Cheparinov, Ivan 1 ( 2725 )

    50 Lysyj Igor 1 ( 2719 )

    51 Le Quang Liem 1 ( 2713 )

    52 Jones Gawain C B 1 ( 2670 )

    53 Hou, Yifan 1 ( 2660 )

     

     

    RULES

    The ranking of the Golden League is based on the most prestigious tournaments of the year, closed and open.

    Only the number of points, then the Sonneborn-Berger used the classification of the Golden League after the last round of the tournament. 

    10 points are awarded to the winner, 7 in the second, 5 in the third, 4 in the fourth, 3 in the fifth... 

     

    In case of equality between several players in a tournament, the points of the highest ranking is given to those players.

     


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  • FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Caruana, Fabiano 6,5

    2 Carlsen, Magnus 5,5

    3 Aronian, Levon 5

    4 Vitiugov, Nikita 5

    5 Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime 5

    6 Bluebaum, Matthias 4,5

    7 Naiditsch, Arkadij 3,5

    8 Anand, Viswanathan 3,5

    9 Hou, Yifan 3,5

    10 Meier, Georg 3


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    8 Candidates London 2013 2787

    9 Candidates Berlin 2018 2786 

    10 London Chess Classic 2016 2786

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1  Caruana, Fabiano 9

    2  Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 8

    3  Karjakin, Sergey 8

    4  Ding, Liren 7,5

    5  Kramnik, Vladimir 6,5

    6  Grischuk, Alexander 6,5

    7  So, Wesley 6

    8  Aronian, Levon 4,5


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    26 Chigorin Memorial 2012 2662

    27 Aeroflot 2018 2661

    28 Dubai 2016 2659

     

    FINAL STANDINGS

    1 Kovalev Vladislav 7

    2 Sethuraman S.P. 6,5

    3 Gordievsky Dmitry 6,5

    4 Xu Xiangyu 6

    5 Petrosian Tigran L. 6

    6 Artemiev Vladislav 6

    7 Lysyj Igor 6

    8 Sargissian Gabriel 6

    9 Korobov Anton 6

    10 Mamedov Rauf 6

     


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