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Sunday, October 11, 2009

2009 European Club Cup: Men: Round 5 results and standings

Here are the results from round 5 of the 2009 European Club Cup for Men (for the top teams):

Board Pairings

Round 5 on 2009/10/08 at 15:00
Bo.
7
ARM  Mika Yerevan
Rtg
-
1
RUS  Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
Rtg
2½:3½
1.1
GM
Aronian Levon
2773
-
GM
Alekseev Evgeny
2725
1 - 0
1.2
GM
Akopian Vladimir
2698
-
GM
Eljanov Pavel
2717
0 - 1
1.3
GM
Sargissian Gabriel
2678
-
GM
Tomashevsky Evgeny
2688
½ - ½
1.4
GM
Pashikian Arman
2663
-
GM
Bu Xiangzhi
2702
½ - ½
1.5
GM
Andriasian Zaven
2612
-
GM
Ni Hua
2692
0 - 1
1.6
GM
Petrosian Tigran L
2602
-
GM
Moiseenko Alexander
2694
½ - ½
Bo.
10
MKD  Alkaloid Skopje
Rtg
-
11
UKR  A DAN DZO & PGMB
Rtg
4 : 2
2.1
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
2721
-
GM
Azarov Sergei
2625
½ - ½
2.2
GM
Kamsky Gata
2692
-
GM
Drozdovskij Yuri
2627
1 - 0
2.3
GM
Volokitin Andrei
2681
-
GM
Kuzubov Yuriy
2636
1 - 0
2.4
GM
Guseinov Gadir
2667
-
IM
Zubov Alexander
2567
½ - ½
2.5
GM
Mamedov Rauf
2626
-
GM
Zubarev Alexander
2544
1 - 0
2.6
GM
Stanojoski Zvonko
2492
-
GM
Zinchenko Yaroslav
2539
0 - 1
Bo.
14
CZE  1. Novoborsky SK
Rtg
-
2
RUS  Ural Svedrdlovskaya
Rtg
1 : 5
3.1
GM
Laznicka Viktor
2634
-
GM
Grischuk Alexander
2733
0 - 1
3.2
GM
Stocek Jiri
2582
-
GM
Shirov Alexei
2730
0 - 1
3.3
GM
Cvek Robert
2518
-
GM
Malakhov Vladimir
2715
0 - 1
3.4
IM
Simacek Pavel
2499
-
GM
Rublevsky Sergei
2703
½ - ½
3.5
GM
Vokac Marek
2479
-
GM
Dreev Alexey
2659
0 - 1
3.6
IM
Klima Lukas
2430
-
GM
Bareev Evgeny
2633
½ - ½
Bo.
3
RUS  ShSM-64 Moscow
Rtg
-
8
RUS  SPbChFed Sankt-Peterburg
Rtg
2½:3½
4.1
GM
Gelfand Boris
2756
-
GM
Svidler Peter
2741
½ - ½
4.2
GM
Karjakin Sergey
2722
-
GM
Vitiugov Nikita
2681
½ - ½
4.3
GM
Riazantsev Alexander
2646
-
GM
Sakaev Konstantin
2625
½ - ½
4.4
GM
Najer Evgeniy
2681
-
GM
Zvjaginsev Vadim
2635
½ - ½
4.5
GM
Nepomniachtchi Ian
2632
-
GM
Yemelin Vasily
2570
0 - 1
4.6
GM
Grachev Boris
2684
-
GM
Efimenko Zahar
2654
½ - ½
Bo.
23
LTU  Vilnius Chess & Bridge Club
Rtg
-
4
GER  OSG Baden-Baden
Rtg
0 : 6
5.1
GM
Kveinys Aloyzas
2531
-
GM
Movsesian Sergei
2711
0 - 1
5.2
IM
Zagorskis Darius
2509
-
GM
Bacrot Etienne
2709
0 - 1
5.3
IM
Grabliauskas Virginijus
2426
-
GM
Vallejo Pons Francisco
2696
0 - 1
5.4
IM
Bandza Algirdas
2380
-
GM
Naiditsch Arkadij
2685
0 - 1
5.5

Novikov Vitalij
2328
-
GM
Adams Michael
2682
0 - 1
5.6
IM
Dambrauskas Virginijus
2346
-
GM
Nisipeanu Liviu-Dieter
2664
0 - 1
Bo.
5
ISR  Ashdod Illit Chess Club
Rtg
-
13
ISR  Beer Sheva Chess Club
Rtg
3½:2½
6.1
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily
2756
-
GM
Huzman Alexander
2599
1 - 0
6.2
GM
Gashimov Vugar
2740
-
GM
Rodshtein Maxim
2623
1 - 0
6.3
GM
Sutovsky Emil
2676
-
GM
Postny Evgeny
2651
0 - 1
6.4
GM
Avrukh Boris
2668
-
GM
Greenfeld Alon
2541
½ - ½
6.5
GM
Smirin Ilia
2648
-

Nabaty Tamir
2514
½ - ½
6.6
GM
Kogan Artur
2522
-
IM
Khmelniker Ilya
2483
½ - ½
Bo.
6
RUS  Tomsk-400
Rtg
-
15
FRA  EVRY Grand Roque
Rtg
5½: ½
7.1
GM
Motylev Alexander
2710
-
GM
Feller Sebastien
2570
1 - 0
7.2
GM
Tiviakov Sergei
2670
-
GM
Fedorchuk Sergey A
2643
½ - ½
7.3
GM
Bologan Viktor
2688
-
GM
Hauchard Arnaud
2527
1 - 0
7.4
GM
Timofeev Artyom
2668
-
GM
Chuchelov Vladimir
2598
1 - 0
7.5
GM
Khismatullin Denis
2614
-
GM
Chabanon Jean-Luc
2440
1 - 0
7.6
GM
Amonatov Farrukh
2643
-
IM
Bergez Luc
2369
1 - 0
Bo.
27
GER  Sfr Berlin 1903
Rtg
-
9
UKR  PVK - Kievchess
Rtg
1 : 5
8.1
IM
Schneider Ilja
2500
-
GM
Onischuk Alexander
2699
1 - 0
8.2
GM
Polzin Rainer
2491
-
GM
Miroshnichenko Evgenij
2690
0 - 1
8.3
FM
Lundin Jan
2387
-
GM
Areshchenko Alexander
2667
0 - 1
8.4
FM
Rudolf Henrik
2353
-
GM
Beliavsky Alexander G
2656
0 - 1
8.5
FM
Wendt Jan-Dietrich
2352
-
GM
Baklan Vladimir
2646
0 - 1
8.6

Bruchmann Stephan
2284
-
GM
Vysochin Spartak
2550
0 - 1

These were the standings after 5 rounds of play for the top teams:

Rank after Round 5

Rk.SNoFED TeamGames  +   =   -  TB1  TB2  TB3 
110MKDMKDAlkaloid Skopje55001021,087,5
21RUSRUSEconomist-SGSEU-1 Saratov55001020,588,5
32RUSRUSUral Svedrdlovskaya5410922,085,0
44GERGEROSG Baden-Baden5401825,067,5
59UKRUKRPVK - Kievchess5401822,569,5
66RUSRUSTomsk-4005401822,084,5
75ISRISRAshdod Illit Chess Club5401820,082,0
88RUSRUSSPbChFed Sankt-Peterburg5401819,592,5
97ARMARMMika Yerevan5401817,0105,5

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