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19 points separate Carlsen and Caruana, Topalov back at 2800

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014


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Closing ceremony of the World Youth Chess Championship in Durban

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

From 18th to 30th of September the World Youth Chess Championships were held in Durban. The championship was organized by the South African Chess Federation. On September 29th the FIDE President arrived to Durban for the closing ceremony. The ceremony was held in the International Congress Center with 940 young chess players from 87 countries. This is the first such tournament on the African continent.

Final Standings

Boys U8/ U10/ U12/ U14/ U16/ U18

Girls U8/ U10/ U12/ U14/ U16/ U18

The official tournament website


Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, FIDE President


Eldo Smart, President of Chess South Africa


With the representatives of the South Africa Chess Federation


Under 18 category winners – girls

1st place – Dinara Saduakassova KAZ
2nd place – Filiz Osmanodja GER
3rd place – Xiao Yiyi CHN


Under 18 category winners – boys

1st place – Olexandr Bortnyk UKR
2nd place – Suri Vaibhav IND
3rd place – Henriquez Villagra Cristobal CHI

The official tournament website

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Gull maintains the lead in TCEC – Season 7

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014
The new TCEC Season 7 graphic by Santiago M?ndez

The new TCEC Season 7 graphic by Santiago M?ndez

The Gull chess engine maintains the lead in Stage 1a of TCEC with 6,5/8 points, followed by Protector (5,5/9) and Chiron (5,5/8).

Gull scored four consecutive victories in a row, outplaying Chiron in the fourth round, Stockfish (you can see the full game below), Tornado and Toga in the next three. Cheng4 managed to hold the draw against the current leader in the eighth round after full 112 moves. Replay the game in the Archive mode.

Currently round 9 is live, follow the games with the engine view analysis

More on TCECOfficial website / Participants / Reports after Round 1 , Round 3 , Round 5, Round 7

Current standings:

1 Gull 3 3033 6.5/8
2 Protector 1.7 2914 5.5/9
3 Chiron 2 2955 5.5/8
4 Critter 1.6a 3030 5.5/8
5 Hannibal 1.5×5 2924 5.5/8
6 Stockfish 160914 3168 5.0/8
7 Cheng4 0.36c+ 2779 4.5/8

According to the TCEC rules only 7 engines will qualify!

8 Spike 1.4 2876 4.0/8
9 Gaviota 1 2691 3.5/8
10 Octochess 5374 2497 3.5/9
11 Arasan 17.3 2525 3.0/9
12 Tornado 5 2778 2.5/8
13 Toga II 010214 2699 2.0/8
14 Alfil 14.1 2447 1.5/9

Gull 3 (3033) – Stockfish 160914 (3168) [A35]
TCEC Season 7 – Stage 1a http://tcec.chessdom.com (5), 25.09.2014

1.c4 c5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.Nf3 g6 4.d4 cxd4 5.Nxd4 Bg7 6.Nb3 Nf6 7.e4 0–0 8.Be2 d6 9.Be3 Ne5 10.f4 Nc6 11.0–0 b6 12.Qc2 Ba6 13.a3

Mos_1228

13…Rc8 14.Rad1 Nd7 15.Nc1 Qe8 16.Kh1 Na5 17.b3 b5

Mos_1229

18.Bxa7 bxc4 19.b4 Nb3 20.a4 Bb7 21.Nb5 Nxc1 22.Rxc1 Nf6 23.Bf3 Qd7 24.Bd4 Bh6 25.Be3 Ng4 26.Bd2 Rfd8 27.Rcd1 Bg7 28.h3 Nf6 29.Nc3 Ne8 30.Be1 Ra8 31.a5 Rab8 32.Bh4 Nc7 33.Na4 Qe8 34.Qxc4 Qxa4 35.Qxc7 Rdc8 36.Qxe7 Bf8 37.Qf6 Qxb4 38.Be1 Qa3 39.Kh2 Ba8

Mos_1230

40.a6 Qxa6 41.Bc3

Mos_1231

41…Rxc3 42.Qxc3 Qa2 43.Qf6 Qa7 44.Ra1 Qd7 45.Rfb1 Re8 46.Ra6 Bxe4 47.Bxe4 Rxe4 48.Rb8 Re8 49.Raa8 Rxb8 50.Rxb8 Qc7 51.Rd8 h6 52.Kg3 d5 53.Rxd5 Be7 54.Qe5 Qc6 55.Rd3 Bf6 56.Rd6 Qc3+ 57.Qxc3 Bxc3 58.Kf3

Mos_1232

58…Kg7 59.g4 Bf6 60.Rc6 Bh4 61.Ke4 Bg3 62.Rc3 Bf2 63.Ke5 Be1 64.Rd3 Bb4 65.h4 Ba5 66.Kd6 Bb4+ 67.Kd7 h5 68.gxh5 gxh5 69.Rd5 Kg6 70.Rg5+

Mos_1233

70…Kf6 71.Rxh5 Bd2 72.Rg5 Bxf4 73.Rg2 Be3 74.h5 Bh6 75.Ke8 Ke6 76.Rf2 f5 77.Rg2 Kd5 78.Kf7 Be3 79.Re2 Kd4 80.Ra2 Kd3 81.Kg6

Mos_1234

81…f4 82.h6 f3 83.h7 Bd4 84.Kf5 Bh8 85.Kf4 f2 86.Rxf2

1–0

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Divya Deshmukh wins Gold in South Africa

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014


Nagpur’s Divya Deshmukh is World U-10 chess champion
Amit Sampat, TNN | Sep 30, 2014, 01.49 PM IST

NAGPUR: Nagpur’s 8 ?-year-old Divya Deshmukh won her first World crown when she emerged as champ in the under-10 girls’ section of the World Youth Chess Championship in Durban, South Africa, on Monday. The No. 13 seed put up a consistent show to earn 9 wins and 2 draws and finish the 11-round-even with 10 points.

Divya had earlier shot into the limelight when she won the Asian Schools Championship (rapid and standard) in 2012 and the U-10 Asian blitz event earlier this year. In 2013, Divya became the world’s youngest woman Fide Master.

In her only reaction to TOI via her mother, the Bhavan’s student, said, “I am very happy to win my first World championship gold medal for India.”

Daughter of gynaecologists Namrata and Jitendra Deshmukh, Divya’s first call after the triumph was to her elder sister Arya. Delighted with Divya’s triumph, Namrata said, “Divya is feeling great, it’s yet to sink in.”

The credit for Divya’s triumph goes to city’s Gurpreet Singh Maras, her second coach after Rahul Joshi. Though Gurpreet was unable to accompany Divya to Durban, he explained everything online to her.

“Her 5th round tie against top seed Assaubayeva Bibissara of Kazakhstan was the toughest. Playing with black bits, Divya held her higher ranked rival to a 46-move draw. After studying Bibissara’s previous games, I suggested some moves to Divya. On Bibissara’s Queens Pawn opening Divya played the Kings Indian defence and got a pawn up in the 22nd move but Bibissara managed well thereafter.”

The last round game against seed No. 9 Nurgali Nazerke was also tough but “Divya played it safe to emerge victorious”, added Maras. The game lasted 67 moves.

Divya and Bibissara tied with 10 points each but a better progressive tie-break score gave the Indian the title.

Divya, who has Elo rating of 1607 points, opened with a win over China’s Jiang Tiantian and then posted victories over Koksa Jelena, No 4 seed Zeng Sheena of USA and No. 5 seed WFM Asadi Motahare from Iran.

In the next rounds, Divya outclassed Rakshitta Ravi, No 7 seed Garifullina Leya of Russia, WCM Caglar Sila, Song Yuxin and No 12 seed Chinese Wen Yili. The final game against Kazakhstan’s Nurgali Nazerke lasted 67 moves.

Secretary of All India Chess Federation (AICF) V Hariharan praised Divya’s efforts. “She is improving every year,” he said.

Another Indian player too won a title with Kerala’s Nihal Sarin triumphing in the U-10 boys category. Overall in 12 categories, India also brought home 2 silvers and bronzes each.

Delhi’s GM Vaibhav Suri in U-18 and Chennai’s IM Aravindh Chithambaram in U-16 got silvers. The bronze medal winners include Mendonca Leon Luke in U-8 and WFM Vaishali Ramesh Babu in the U-14 girls’ section.

Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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GM Solodovnichenko wins 6th Vasteras Open 2014

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014



GM Solodovnichenko claims 6th Vasteras Open 2014

The 6th edition of V?ster?s Open was played on 26-28th September 2014 in V?xhuset, Viktor Larssons plats, in V?ster?s, a city in central Sweden.

The event was played in 8 rounds, 4 games with a rapid time control 15? + 5? and 4 games with the classic 90? + 30?. 259 players from 13 different countries took part in the event (Armenia, Belarus, Brazil, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, Germany, India, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Ukraine).

Ukrainian GM Yuri Solodovnichenko emerged a clear winner on 7,5/8 points and took the first prize of 12.000 SEK (nearly 1.300 €).

IM Aryan Tari (Norway) and IM Jonathan Westerberg (Sweden) shared second place on 7 points, but the 15-year-old talented Norwegian took the silver on superior tie-break score. You can see the full standings below.

Official website

Final standings (top finishers):

1 GM Solodovnichenko Yuri 7,5
2 IM Tari Aryan 7
3 IM Westerberg Jonathan 7
4 GM Hillarp Persson Tiger 6,5
5 IM Smith Axel 6,5
6 GM Semcesen Daniel 6,5
7 Olsson Krister 6,5
8 GM Kunin Vitaly 6
9 FM Andersson Tommy 6
10 GM Blomqvist Erik 6
11 GM Karlsson Lars 6
12 FM Hedman Erik 6
13 GM Berg Emanuel 6
14 FM Lindgren Philip 6
15 FM Borsuk Jurij 6
16 IM Moen Andreas 6
17 Persson Mats 6
18 Lindborg Petter 6
19 IM Ornstein Axel 6
20 Backman Andreas 6
21 GM ?kesson Ralf 5,5
22 Hansen Lars 5,5
23 FM Norberg Johan 5,5
24 GM Ernst Thomas 5,5
25 FM Kockum Anton Frisk 5,5
26 Wengholm Anders 5,5
27 FM Bergstr?m Peter 5,5
28 Adler Bo 5,5
29 Nordebrink Johan 5,5
30 Drugge Patrick 5,5
31 GM Johannessen Leif Erlend 5,5
32 FM Eriksson Anders 5,5
33 FM Henriksson Johan 5,5
34 Liss?ng Christopher 5,5
35 FM Livner Anders 5,5

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Five players share first place in Satka Autumn 2014

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Satka AutumnThe Annual Women’s Tournament Satka Autumn 2014 was organized by Chess Club “Vertical” on 20-30th September 2014 in Satka, a town on the western slope of the Southern Ural Mountains in Russia.

32 female players were vying in a 9-round Swiss format.

The last year’s winner IM Anastasia Bodnaruk (2434) outplayed the sole leader WGM Elmira Mirzoeva (2233) to share first place with 6,5/9 points.

Four more participants had the same score: IM Evgenija Ovod (2325), WFM Dina Belenkaya (2340), WGM Aleksandra Goryachkina (2430) and WGM Elmira Mirzoeva.

However, Bodnaruk took the trophy on superior tie-break. You can see the full standings below.

Official website/ Replay the games with analysis

Final standings:

1 IM Bodnaruk, Anastasia Санкт-Петербург 6.5 F 2434
2 IM Ovod, Evgenija Сланцы 6.5 F 2325
3 WFM Belenkaya, Dina Санкт-Петербург 6.5 F 2340
4 WGM Goryachkina Aleksandra Салехард 6.5 F 2430
5 WGM Mirzoeva, Elmira Москва 6.5 F 2233
6 Sukhareva, Evgeniya Волгодонск 5.5 F 2196
7 WIM Turebayeva, Alfiya Сатка 5.5 F 2102
8 WIM Baraeva, Irina Белореченск 5.5 F 2197
9 Trapeznikova, Darya Иркутск 5.5 F 2036
10 Alieva, Alexandra Самара 5.0 F 2085
11 WIM Schepetkova, Margarita Владимир 5.0 F 2245
12 Mukhina, Jana Сатка 5.0 F 1972
13 WIM Baraeva, Marina Белореченск 5.0 F 2089
14 WFM Matsenko, Elena Челябинск 5.0 F 2027
15 Alekseeva, Irina Курган 5.0 F 1997
16 Kostitsina, Liubov Ижевск 4.5 F 2047
17 Khafizova, Yana Челябинск 4.5 F 1958
18 Dolgaeva, Evgenia Каменск-Уральск 4.5 F 1873
19 Porozhnyak, Maya Краснодар 4.0 F 1848
20 Mamontova, Anastasia Миасс 4.0 F 1861
21 Nosacheva, Mariya Ижевск 4.0 F 1863
22 Kiseleva, Olga Сатка 4.0 F 1824
23 WFM Belova, Olga Казань 4.0 F 2080
24 Vyalykh, Anastasiya Сатка 4.0 F 1852
25 Buldakova, Irina Сатка 3.5 F 1756
26 Trushina, Marina Копейск 3.5 F 1795
27 Nasybullina, Dayana Сатка 3.5 F 1352
28 Muksimova, Oksana Сатка 3.0 F 1806
29 Litvinenko, Ekaterina Челябинск 3.0 F 1920
30 Filippova, Darya Усть-Катав 3.0 F 1662
31 Kalinina, Natalia Челябинск 2.5 F 1637
32 Sakharova, Veronika Челябинск 0.0 F 0 1018

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Vietnam next Golden boy

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014


Vietnam wins gold at World Youth Chess Championship 2014
Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014, Posted at: 14:08(GMT+7)

Nguyen Anh Khoi from Ho Chi Minh City bagged a gold medal in the U12 boys’ event at the World Youth Chess Championship 2014 held in Durban, South Africa.

After 11 matches, Anh Khoi, seeded fifth for his Elo rating of 2208, defeated his rivals with 8.5 points and higher sub-indexes to win the championship title.

Khoi also won the championship title for U8 boys at the same tournament in 2012.

Luu Ha Bich Ngoc (No. 31 seed) also from Ho Chi Minh City brought home a silver medal with 8.5 points in the U8 girls’ category.

The event was held from September 20-29 with the participation of approximately 1,000 chess masters from around the world. The players compete in 11 rounds based on the Swiss system for boy and girl competitions in six different age group categories of U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18.

Source: http://www.saigon-gpdaily.com.vn

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Kasparov blasted European & American leaders for their policies

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014


Garry Kasparov: Putin is ‘the most dangerous man’ in the world and a bigger threat to the U.S. than the Islamic State

By Bianna Golodryga
4 hours ago
Yahoo News

Arguably the world’s best chess player ever, Garry Kasparov is on a new mission. He hopes to convince the world that the biggest threat to global unrest is not the Islamic State, al-Qaida or North Korea. Instead it is Vladimir Putin, Russia’s president from 2000 to 2008 and then again from 2012 to today.

In an interview with Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga, Kasparov outlined his reasons for believing that Putin should be what keeps the world up at night. He chided President Barack Obama for being too late in addressing Putin’s aggression in Ukraine — ultimately annexing Crimea. And while he views the president’s speech at the United Nations— calling Russia’s invasion into Ukraine and ideology of “might makes right” backward —he still believes that actions speak louder than words. Kasparov has extremely harsh words for what he views as European indifference to Putin’s actions, and he compares the world’s complacency with the lead-up to World War II.

Kasparov calls the Islamic State militant group (also known as ISIL and ISIS) a diversion for the world to focus on. He finds it hypocritical that the U.S. and other Western allies have agreed to supply Syrian rebels opposed to IS, while refusing Ukraine’s similar request.

Regarding the current sanctions imposed on Russia, Kasparov believes that at some point they will hurt not only the Russian economy, but also Putin and his inner circle. However, for that to happen, he believes the sanctions will have to be in place through at least March 2015. He adds that Putin will use Russia’s vast supply of natural gas as leverage ahead of what he calls the “upcoming cold winter,” threatening to shut down supplies to Europe and other former Soviet republics and satellite nations. Kasparov fears that the threat will be enough to persuade an easing of sanctions. He also believes Putin is telling his inner circle of Russia’s richest and most powerful business leaders, who are facing the ramifications of stiff sanctions that the western governments “will blink. As before, they will capitulate. We’ll get what we need.” Kasparov believes that Putin is calling the world’s bluff. “He is playing poker while everyone else is playing chess.”

Kasparov, who once expressed interest in running in the 2008 presidential race and who has in recent years become an anti-Putin activist, avoided the question of whether or not he would seek public office. Instead his response was a sobering one: “We should forget about power in Russia changing hands throughout the election process. I’m afraid it will be not a very lawful process and it may eventually end up with the collapse of the country.”

His political views have affected his professional career and aspirations. Just last month Kasparov lost his bid for the presidency of the World Chess Federation, to Kirsan Ilyumzhinov…


Full article here.
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Ernesto Inarkiev wins Baku Open on tie-break

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Russian GM Ernesto Inarkiev took the winner’s trophy and top prize in Baku Open A after edging Romanian GM Constantin Lupulescu on tie-break. The two players finished on 7,0/9 points each, in the field of 70 participants from 20 countries, including 28 Grandmasters.

The International Chess Festival Baku Open 2014, dedicated to the Independence Day of Republic of Azerbaijan, was held on 22-30th September at the AF Hotel near the Caspian Sea.

The Festival was organized by the Azerbaijan Youth & Sport Ministry and Azerbaijan Chess Federation. The total prize fund was 50,000 USD.

Replay games with analysis

Open B gathered 163 players rated under 2250 FIDE. FM Aryan Gholami or Iran is sole winner with 8,0/9 points. Full standings below.

The chess festivities in Baku continue with the FIDE Grand Prix event on 2nd October.

Ernesto Inarkiev

Ernesto Inarkiev

Final standings (Open A):

1 GM Inarkiev Ernesto RUS 2672 – 7
2 GM Lupulescu Constantin ROU 2630 – 7
3 GM Berkes Ferenc HUN 2649 – 6.5
4 GM Onischuk Vladimir UKR 2593 – 6.5
5 GM Baryshpolets Andrey UKR 2540 – 6
6 GM Areshchenko Alexander UKR 2664 – 6
7 GM Efimenko Zahar UKR 2641 – 6
8 GM Krasenkow Michal POL 2636 – 6
9 GM Smirnov Pavel RUS 2611 – 6
10 GM Zhigalko Sergei BLR 2677 – 6
11 GM Kuzubov Yuriy UKR 2663 – 6
12 GM Kovalenko Igor LAT 2650 – 6
13 IM Donchenko Alexander GER 2501 – 5.5
14 GM Artemiev Vladislav RUS 2650 – 5.5
15 GM Iordachescu Viorel MDA 2603 – 5.5
16 GM Salem A.R. Saleh UAE 2594 – 5.5
17 GM Mamedov Nidjat AZE 2624 – 5.5
18 GM Volokitin Andrei UKR 2642 – 5.5
19 GM Shimanov Aleksandr RUS 2624 – 5.5
20 GM Darini Pouria IRI 2442 – 5
21 IM Mammadov Zaur AZE 2482 – 5
22 Maghsoodloo Parham IRI 2321 – 5
23 GM Rasulov Vugar AZE 2514 – 5
24 GM Wen Yang CHN 2598 – 5
25 GM Safarli Eltaj AZE 2655 – 5
26 IM Guliev Logman AZE 2377 – 5
27 GM Malakhatko Vadim BEL 2542 – 5
28 IM Iskandarov Misratdin AZE 2398 – 5
29 FM Kowsarinia Amir IRI 2331 – 5
30 IM Aghayev Nijat AZE 2401 – 5
31 IM Yilmazyerli Mert TUR 2454 – 4.5
32 Asgarizadeh Ahmad IRI 2335 – 4.5
33 Golubov Saveliy RUS 2347 – 4.5
34 IM Abdulov Orkhan AZE 2344 – 4.5
35 IM Pourramezanali Amirreza IRI 2429 – 4.5
36 Pirverdiyev Agil AZE 2209 – 4.5
37 FM Lorparizangeneh Shahin IRI 2277 – 4.5
38 GM Romanishin Oleg M UKR 2502 – 4.5
39 GM Baron Tal ISR 2513 – 4.5
40 IM Givon Asaf ISR 2431 – 4.5
41 WIM Abdulla Khayala AZE 2269 – 4.5
42 WIM Kazimova Narmin AZE 2233 – 4.5
43 IM Omar Noaman UAE 2355 – 4.5
44 GM Ghaem Maghami Ehsan IRI 2591 – 4.5
45 GM Guliyev Namig AZE 2546 – 4
46 WIM Mammadzada Gunay AZE 2316 – 4
47 Naghdiyev Niyazi AZE 2024 – 4
48 FM Zeynalov Farid AZE 2277 – 4
49 Shahaliyev Ismayil AZE 2206 – 4
50 Aliyev Rasim AZE 2230 – 4
51 GM Manik Mikulas SVK 2385 – 4
52 FM Nugumanov Bakhtiyar KAZ 2287 – 4
53 WCM Hojjatova Aydan AZE 2014 – 4
54 IM Rzayev Bahruz AZE 2416 – 3.5
55 FM Zanan Evgeny ISR 2303 – 3.5
56 Bayramov Vugar AZE 2254 – 3.5
57 FM Gadimbayli Abdulla AZE 2162 – 3.5
58 Asgarov Mushfig AZE 2260 – 3.5
59 Shabanov Nurlan AZE 2106 – 3.5
60 IM Aghasiyev Kamal AZE 2394 – 3
61 FM Aharon Ofir ISR 2341 – 3
62 WIM Andrenko Irina UKR 2199 – 3
63 IM Babayev Talib AZE 2342 – 3
64 WFM Khalafova Narmin AZE 2166 – 3
65 WFM Fataliyeva Ulviyya AZE 2117 – 2.5
66 Mammadova Narmin AZE 2124 – 2
67 Amrayeva Aytan AZE 2144 – 1.5
68 IM Atakisi Umut TUR 2343 – 1.5
69 FM Alakhverdiev Araz GEO 2277 – 1
70 FM Tologontegin Semetey KGZ 2382 – 0

Final standings (Open B):

1 FM Gholami Aryan IRI 2224 – 8
2 Allajov Ramil AZE 2143 – 7.5
3 Orujov Shujaat AZE 2227 – 7.5
4 Javadov Ramil AZE 2168 – 7
5 Beydullayeva Govhar AZE 1671 – 7
6 Bayramov Elvin AZE 2064 – 7
7 Abishli Oghuz AZE 1877 – 6.5
8 Ahmadov Fariz AZE 2200 – 6.5
9 WCM Balajayeva Khanim AZE 1856 – 6.5
10 Zeynalli Rashad AZE 2128 – 6.5
11 CM Asadli Vugar AZE 1976 – 6.5
12 Zeynalzade Vali AZE 1977 – 6.5
13 Asgari Morteza IRI 2245 – 6.5
14 Hasanova Turkan AZE 2085 – 6.5
15 Bayramov Zaur AZE 2020 – 6.5
16 Isgandarov Shahriyar AZE 1795 – 6.5
17 Rzayev Chingiz AZE 1986 – 6.5
18 Baladjaev Gara AZE 2068 – 6.5
19 Nabili Orkhan AZE 1866 – 6
20 Jafarli Babak AZE 0 – 6
21 Gojayev Kamal AZE 1649 – 6
22 Mamyrbay Assad KAZ 2063 – 6
23 Talishzada Orkhan AZE 2095 – 6
24 Khalesi Vahid IRI 2232 – 6
25 Khalilov Ismat AZE 1764 – 6
26 Aliyev Tazaddin AZE 1877 – 6
27 Ahmadzada Fuad AZE 1975 – 6
28 Abdullayev Asaf AZE 1973 – 6
29 Mehtiyev Elnur AZE 1958 – 6
30 Ahmadov Vusal AZE 1881 – 6
31 CM Muradli Mahammad AZE 1860 – 6
32 Karayev Kanan AZE 1925 – 5.5
33 Ismayilov Hamza AZE 1809 – 5.5
34 Feyzullayev Tofig AZE 1835 – 5.5
35 Rafili Said AZE 1628 – 5.5
36 Soyunlu Narmin AZE 1893 – 5.5
37 Orujov Azar AZE 2028 – 5.5
38 Mammadov Bahruz AZE 0 – 5.5
39 Abdrashev Arlen KAZ 1878 – 5.5
40 WFM Ismayilova Parvana AZE 2074 – 5.5
41 CM Bunyatov Rustam AZE 2017 – 5.5
42 Ahmadzada Ahmad AZE 1777 – 5.5
43 Manafov Rafail AZE 1567 – 5.5
44 Bashirli Nail AZE 1992 – 5.5
45 Mustafin Andrey AZE 1917 – 5.5
46 Karimov Farid AZE 1720 – 5.5
47 Guliyev Elvin AZE 0 – 5
48 Allahverdiyev Elchin AZE 2074 – 5
49 Bayramov Qurban AZE 1725 – 5
50 Humbatov Samir AZE 1964 – 5
51 Mehraliyev Sahil AZE 1582 – 5
52 Sadubayev Airat KAZ 1879 – 5
53 Eynullayev Atilla AZE 1494 – 5
54 Akhundov Teymuraz AZE 1528 – 5
55 Katanova Aynur AZE 1529 – 5
56 Baghishov Anar AZE 0 – 5
57 Ibrahimli Murad AZE 1900 – 5
58 Huseynov Niyaz AZE 1792 – 5
59 Karimzada Narmin AZE 1717 – 5
60 Asgarova Turan AZE 1983 – 5
61 Mustafayev Farid AZE 1787 – 5
62 Farajzade Oruj AZE 1770 – 5
63 Asgarov Vugar AZE 1884 – 5
64 FM Afshari Mohammadreza IRI 2075 – 5
65 Azizov Kamal AZE 1583 – 5
66 CM Aslanov Farid AZE 1723 – 5
67 Baghirov Ramis AZE 1913 – 5
68 Mammadov Alamdar AZE 1816 – 5
69 Manafov Vugar AZE 1833 – 5
70 Kali Yelimzhan KAZ 1602 – 5
71 Salamov Matin AZE 1478 – 5
72 Ebrahimzadeh Mohammadnaghi IRI 1867 – 5
73 Faridi Faham IRI 2005 – 5
74 Mammadova Aysel AZE 1946 – 5
75 Tolibayev Timur KAZ 1894 – 5
76 Guluzade Shahsuvar AZE 1696 – 5
77 Sadiqli Aslan AZE 1726 – 4.5
78 Shahlarov Faig AZE 0 – 4.5
79 Hemmatjou Arash IRI 2050 – 4.5
80 Aliyev Gunduz AZE 0 – 4.5
81 Eyvazov Rasim AZE 0 – 4.5
82 Hagverdiyev Gahraman AZE 1629 – 4.5
83 Nejadshirazi Mohammad Reza IRI 1986 – 4.5
84 Kazimov Emin AZE 1570 – 4.5
85 Firidunlu Lala AZE 1791 – 4.5
86 Karimov Joshgun AZE 1739 – 4.5
87 Hasanov Ali AZE 1763 – 4.5
88 Rzali Sabina AZE 1481 – 4.5
89 Eynullayev Altay AZE 1748 – 4.5
90 Muradov Telman AZE 1543 – 4
91 Farhadli Farhad AZE 0 – 4
92 Zhanazarov Iskander RUS 1719 – 4
93 Shukurov Fazil AZE 0 – 4
94 Aslanov Umid AZE 1551 – 4
95 Heydarova Aytaj AZE 1605 – 4
96 Aliyev Teyyub AZE 0 – 4
97 CM Aliyev Sanan AZE 1662 – 4
98 Mamedov Mustafa AZE 1912 – 4
99 Abbasov Mehdi AZE 1574 – 4
100 Abbasova Aynur AZE 1465 – 4
101 Aliyev Emil AZE 0 – 4
102 Ilyasli Aghazahir AZE 0 – 4
103 Mammadzada Tural AZE 0 – 4
104 Ismayilov Oruj AZE 1528 – 4
105 Alakbarov Aydin AZE 1557 – 4
106 Afandiyev Orkhan AZE 0 – 4
107 Jafarli Adiraj AZE 0 – 4
108 Habibullah Guldoost AFG 1704 – 4
109 Babazada Khazar AZE 1585 – 4
110 Feyziyev Mirmusa AZE 1582 – 4
111 WCM Ismayil Malak AZE 1588 – 4
112 Garayev Ali AZE 0 – 4
113 Ismayilzada Ismayil AZE 1569 – 4
114 Mehdiyev Rashad AZE 0 – 4
115 Huseynov Faig AZE 1629 – 4
116 Hasanov Mirmusa AZE 1787 – 4
117 Aliyev Rahim AZE 1585 – 4
118 Sideifzada Rashad AZE 1765 – 4
119 Dyakonov Vladimir AZE 1583 – 4
120 Kononenko Konstantin AZE 1708 – 4
121 Hajiyeva Laman AZE 1597 – 4
122 Allahverdiyeva Ayan AZE 1728 – 3.5
123 Azizova Shahla AZE 1541 – 3.5
124 Mehdiyev Heydar AZE 1554 – 3.5
125 Huseynzada Aydan AZE 0 – 3.5
126 Azizbayli Atabay AZE 0 – 3.5
127 Karimov Vusal AZE 1658 – 3.5
128 Hajiyev Huseyn AZE 0 – 3.5
129 Huseynov Ali AZE 0 – 3.5
130 Hummatov Hummat AZE 1662 – 3.5
131 Aliyev Atabay AZE 1723 – 3.5
132 Babayev Ravis AZE 1952 – 3
133 Khalilbayov Samir AZE 0 – 3
134 Khalilbayov Sabirbay AZE 0 – 3
135 Aliyev Ramil AZE 0 – 3
136 Mehraliyev Rovshan AZE 0 – 3
137 Alakbarov Emin AZE 1561 – 3
138 Alizada Fidan AZE 1413 – 3
139 Kangarli Azad AZE 0 – 3
140 Aliyev Rasul AZE 1628 – 3
141 Hajiyev Shahin AZE 0 – 3
142 Hashimzada Akif AZE 1694 – 3
143 Ismayilov Nadir AZE 0 – 3
144 Babrak Osman.D AFG 1803 – 3
145 Mammedov Vusal AZE 1739 – 3
146 Zamanov Vidadi AZE 1519 – 2.5
147 Javadzade Rufan AZE 0 – 2.5
148 Karimov Rabit ? AZE 0 – 2.5
149 Mansurov Vagif AZE 0 – 2.5
150 Ismayilova Zahra AZE 0 – 2.5
151 Bayramov Aladdin AZE 1673 – 2.5
152 Rzayev Hasan-Agha AZE 1639 – 2.5
153 Bairamovi Tarieli AZE 1786 – 2
154 Asadov Jabrayil AZE 1724 – 2
155 WCM Baghirova Khatun AZE 1862 – 2
156 Kazimli Vusal AZE 0 – 2
157 Yahyazade Vurghun AZE 0 – 1.5
158 Aliyev Isa AZE 0 – 1.5
159 Safaraliyev Husamaddin AZE 1466 – 1.5
160 Hasanov Yuksal AZE 1392 – 1.5
161 Amraliyev Rufat AZE 0 – 1.5
162 Hasanzade Cavansir TUR 0 – 1
163 Garayeva Ulviyya AZE 0 – 1

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Laznicka – Rapport match LIVE!

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Two of the most exciting Central European chess players GM Laznicka and GM Rapport are meeting for a match called Novoborska Sachova Corrida. The games will take place at Ajeto restaurant in Nov? Bor.

A total of six games will be played. Rounds start daily at 16:00 CET

More live chess: Baku Grand Prix and final rounds of TCEC stage 1a

Official website: Corrida 2014

Predict the match: Laznicka – Rapport is featured on Chessbet

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