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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

FIDE Grand Prix tournament in Jermuk:Round 4 results and crosstable, round 5 pairings

Here are the results from round 4 of the FIDE Grand Prix chess event in Jermuk, Armenia
(the player having the white pieces is on the left):

Round 4 on 2009/08/12 at 15:00
14GMLeko Peter27561 - 0GMKarjakin Sergey27179
10GMBacrot Etienne2721½ - ½GMEljanov Pavel27168
11GMJakovenko Dmitry2760½ - ½GMGelfand Boris27557
12GMAkopian Vladimir2712½ - ½GMKasimdzhanov Rustam26726
13GMAronian Levon27681 - 0GMKamsky Gata27175
1GMInarkiev Ernesto2675½ - ½GMCheparinov Ivan26784
2GMIvanchuk Vassily27031 - 0GMAlekseev Evgeny27143

As a consequence of these game results here are the standings after 4 rounds of play:

Rank after round 4
113GMAronian Levon2768ARM3
14GMLeko Peter2756HUN3
32GMIvanchuk Vassily2703UKR
4GMCheparinov Ivan2678BUL
56GMKasimdzhanov Rustam2672UZB2
7GMGelfand Boris2755ISR2
8GMEljanov Pavel2716UKR2
10GMBacrot Etienne2721FRA2
11GMJakovenko Dmitry2760RUS2
12GMAkopian Vladimir2712ARM2
113GMAlekseev Evgeny2714RUS
9GMKarjakin Sergey2717UKR
131GMInarkiev Ernesto2675RUS1
5GMKamsky Gata2717USA1

Gata Kamsky has 2 losses in 4 games, which shows how tough this competition is.

Here are the pairings for round 5 of the event: the player on the left has the white pieces in this round of play.

Round 5 on 2009/08/13 at 15:00
3GMAlekseev Evgeny2714-GMLeko Peter275614
4GMCheparinov Ivan2678-GMIvanchuk Vassily27032
5GMKamsky Gata2717-GMInarkiev Ernesto26751
6GMKasimdzhanov Rustam2672-GMAronian Levon276813
7GMGelfand Boris2755-GMAkopian Vladimir271212
8GMEljanov Pavel2716-GMJakovenko Dmitry276011
9GMKarjakin Sergey2717-GMBacrot Etienne272110

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