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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Corus Chess Tournament:Group A:Round 9 results

Here are the results from the "A" group from round 9 of the Corus Chess Tournament:

Round 9 (January 27, 2009)
Karjakin, Sergey- Movsesian, Sergei1-068B80Sicilian Scheveningen
Dominguez Perez, Leinier- Stellwagen, Daniƫl1-051C19French Winawer
Van Wely, Loek- Ivanchuk, Vassily½-½36A29English Four Knights
Smeets, Jan- Wang Yue½-½28B33Sicilian Sveshnikov
Adams, Michael- Carlsen, Magnus½-½28B70Sicilian Dragon
Kamsky, Gata- Aronian, Levon0-180C67Ruy Lopez Berlin
Morozevich, Alexander- Radjabov, Teimour½-½24E60King's Indian without Nc3

Standings after 9 rounds of play:


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1D. Stellwagen ½½½0½½½0
½3.5
2M. Carlsen½ ½½½½½½ ½½4.5
3L. Aronian½½ ½½½1 ½½15.5
4V. Ivanchuk½½½ 1½ 01004
5S. Karjakin1½½0 1½½½15.5
6L. van Wely½½½½ ½0½½1 4.5
7G. Kamsky½½0 ½½1½½0 4
8M. Adams½½ ½ ½½½1½04.5
9L. Dominguez1 ½½½ 1½½½½5.5
10A. Morozevich 010½0 10½03
11J. Smeets 1½½½½½0 ½ ½4.5
12Y. Wang ½0½½½0½1½ 4
13T. Radjabov
½½1½01½½½ 5
14S. Movsesian½½010 1½1½ 5

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