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Saturday, December 27, 2008

FIDE Grand Prix Elista:Round results 4-12

Here are the results from rounds 4 and up:

Round 4 (December 17, 2008)

Radjabov, Teimour- Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar ½-½ 25 B08 Pirc Defence
Grischuk, Alexander - Inarkiev, Ernesto ½-½ 22 D17 Slav Defence
Bacrot, Etienne - Lékó, Peter 1-0 31 B19 Caro Kann
Wang Yue - Eljanov, Pavel 1-0 75 D38 QGD Ragozin
Kasimdzhanov, Rustam - Alekseev, Evgeny 0-1 34 E58 Nimzo Indian
Cheparinov, Ivan - Jakovenko, Dmitry ½-½ 51 E06 Catalan
Akopian, Vladimir - Gashimov, Vugar ½-½ 34 C42 Petroff's

Round 5 (December 18, 2008)

Jakovenko, Dmitry - Bacrot, Etienne ½-½ 38 C67 Ruy Lopez
Gashimov, Vugar - Grischuk, Alexander 1-0 64 B97 Sicilian Najdorf
Lékó, Peter - Radjabov, Teimour ½-½ 49 B76 Sicilian Modern Dragon
Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Kasimdzhanov, Rustam ½-½ 31 E21 Nimzo Indian 4.Nf3
Inarkiev, Ernesto - Cheparinov, Ivan 0-1 29 B90 Sicilian Najdorf Variation
Alekseev, Evgeny - Wang Yue ½-½ 68 B30 Sicilian Rossolimo
Eljanov, Pavel - Akopian, Vladimir ½-½ 25 D43 Anti-Meran Gambit

Round 6 (December 20, 2008)

Radjabov, Teimour - Jakovenko, Dmitry ½-½ 32 C42 Petroff's Defence

Grischuk, Alexander - Eljanov, Pavel 1-0 79 C67 Ruy Lopez

Bacrot, Etienne - Inarkiev, Ernesto ½-½ 38 C89 Ruy Lopez Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Lékó, Peter ½-½ 110 E12 Queens Indian
Kasimdzhanov, Rustam - Wang Yue ½-½ 37 D11 Slav Defence
Cheparinov, Ivan - Gashimov, Vugar ½-½ 68 C42 Petroff's Defence
Akopian, Vladimir - Alekseev, Evgeny 0-1 61 C95 Ruy Lopez

Round 7 (December 21, 2008)

Jakovenko, Dmitry - Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar ½-½ 57 D81 Gruenfeld Botvinnik

Gashimov, Vugar - Bacrot, Etienne ½-½ 31 B35 Sicilian Defence

Lékó, Peter - Kasimdzhanov, Rustam ½-½ 40 B90 Sicilian Najdorf
Wang Yue - Akopian, Vladimir ½-½ 46 D11 Slav Defence
Inarkiev, Ernesto- Radjabov, Teimour 1-0 62 B76 Sicilian Modern Dragon
Alekseev, Evgeny - Grischuk, Alexander 0-1 50 E60 King's Indian without Nc3

Eljanov, Pavel - Cheparinov, Ivan 1-0 125 D12 Slav Defence

Round 8 (December 22, 2008)

Radjabov, Teimour - Gashimov, Vugar ½-½ 24 E21 Nimzo Indian

Grischuk, Alexander - Wang Yue 1-0 37 D17 Slav Defence
Bacrot, Etienne - Eljanov, Pavel ½-½ 60 B33 Sicilian Sveshnikov

Lékó, Peter - Jakovenko, Dmitry ½-½ 49 C88 Ruy Lopez Closed
Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Inarkiev, Ernesto ½-½ 51 D10 Slav Defence
Kasimdzhanov, Rustam - Akopian, Vladimir 1-0 35 D45 Anti-Meran Variations
Cheparinov, Ivan - Alekseev, Evgeny 1-0 35 C95 Ruy Lopez Breyer

Round 9 (December 23, 2008)
Jakovenko, Dmitry - Kasimdzhanov, Rustam 1-0 34 B90 Sicilian Najdorf Variation

Gashimov, Vugar - Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar 1-0 32 B63 Sicilian Rauzer

Wang Yue - Cheparinov, Ivan 1-0 39 E95 King's Indian Classical

Inarkiev, Ernesto - Lékó, Peter ½-½ 34 C89 Ruy Lopez Marshall

Alekseev, Evgeny - Bacrot, Etienne ½-½ 25 E10 Blumenfeld Counter Gambit

Akopian, Vladimir - Grischuk, Alexander ½-½ 33 B90 Sicilian Najdorf Variation

Eljanov, Pavel - Radjabov, Teimour 0-1 40 E99 King's Indian Classical

Round 10 (December 25, 2008)
Jakovenko, Dmitry - Inarkiev, Ernesto 1-0 58 D11 Slav Defence
Radjabov, Teimour - Alekseev, Evgeny 1-0 54 A13 Reti Opening
Bacrot, Etienne - Wang Yue ½-½ 47 D10 Slav Defence
Lékó, Peter - Gashimov, Vugar 1-0 57 C42 Petroff's Defence
Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Eljanov, Pavel 1-0 41 D30 Queen's Gambit (without Nc3)
Kasimdzhanov, Rustam - Grischuk, Alexander ½-½ 32 D15 Slav Defence
Cheparinov, Ivan - Akopian, Vladimir 1-0 59 D18 Slav Defence

Round 11 (December 26, 2008)
Grischuk, Alexander - Cheparinov, Ivan ½-½ 66 D43 Anti-Meran Gambit

Gashimov, Vugar - Jakovenko, Dmitry ½-½ 55 B19 Caro Kann

Wang Yue - Radjabov, Teimour ½-½ 46 E92 King's Indian Classical

Inarkiev, Ernesto - Kasimdzhanov, Rustam 0-1 86 C92 Ruy Lopez Chigorin

Alekseev, Evgeny - Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar ½-½ 41 B31 Sicilian Rossolimo

Akopian, Vladimir - Bacrot, Etienne ½-½ 77 B31 Sicilian Rossolimo

Eljanov, Pavel - Lékó, Peter ½-½ 70 E15 Queens Indian

Round 12 (December 27, 2008)

Jakovenko, Dmitry - Eljanov, Pavel ½-½ 19 C88 Ruy Lopez Closed

Radjabov, Teimour - Akopian, Vladimir ½-½ 19 C45 Scotch Game

Bacrot, Etienne - Grischuk, Alexander ½-½ 14 D20 QGA

Lékó, Peter - Alekseev, Evgeny ½-½ 28 C67 Ruy Lopez Berlin

Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar - Wang Yue ½-½ 35 D10 Slav Defence

Kasimdzhanov, Rustam - Cheparinov, Ivan 1-0 46 E92 King's Indian Classical

Inarkiev, Ernesto - Gashimov, Vugar ½-½ 31 C42 Petroff's Defence

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