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Sunday, October 11, 2009

2009 European Club Cup: Men: Round 7 results and final standings

Here are the results from the last round of play (round 7) for the top teams at the 2009 European Club Cup of Chess for Men:

Board Pairings

Round 7 on 2009/10/10 at 15:00
Bo.
1
RUS  Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
Rtg
-
5
ISR  Ashdod Illit Chess Club
Rtg
3½:2½
1.1
GM
Alekseev Evgeny
2725
-
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily
2756
½ - ½
1.2
GM
Eljanov Pavel
2717
-
GM
Gashimov Vugar
2740
½ - ½
1.3
GM
Tomashevsky Evgeny
2688
-
GM
Sutovsky Emil
2676
½ - ½
1.4
GM
Bu Xiangzhi
2702
-
GM
Avrukh Boris
2668
1 - 0
1.5
GM
Ni Hua
2692
-
GM
Smirin Ilia
2648
½ - ½
1.6
GM
Roiz Michael
2658
-
GM
Golod Vitali
2602
½ - ½
Bo.
7
ARM  Mika Yerevan
Rtg
-
10
MKD  Alkaloid Skopje
Rtg
4 : 2
2.1
GM
Aronian Levon
2773
-
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
2721
0 - 1
2.2
GM
Akopian Vladimir
2698
-
GM
Kamsky Gata
2692
1 - 0
2.3
GM
Sargissian Gabriel
2678
-
GM
Volokitin Andrei
2681
½ - ½
2.4
GM
Pashikian Arman
2663
-
GM
Guseinov Gadir
2667
1 - 0
2.5
GM
Andriasian Zaven
2612
-
GM
Mamedov Rauf
2626
½ - ½
2.6
GM
Petrosian Tigran L
2602
-
GM
Nedev Trajko
2511
1 - 0
Bo.
8
RUS  SPbChFed Sankt-Peterburg
Rtg
-
6
RUS  Tomsk-400
Rtg
3 : 3
3.1
GM
Svidler Peter
2741
-
GM
Motylev Alexander
2710
1 - 0
3.2
GM
Vitiugov Nikita
2681
-
GM
Tiviakov Sergei
2670
½ - ½
3.3
GM
Sakaev Konstantin
2625
-
GM
Bologan Viktor
2688
½ - ½
3.4
GM
Zvjaginsev Vadim
2635
-
GM
Timofeev Artyom
2668
1 - 0
3.5
GM
Yemelin Vasily
2570
-
GM
Inarkiev Ernesto
2664
0 - 1
3.6
GM
Efimenko Zahar
2654
-
GM
Khismatullin Denis
2614
0 - 1
Bo.
16
AUT  Husek Wien
Rtg
-
2
RUS  Ural Svedrdlovskaya
Rtg
2 : 4
4.1
GM
Nakamura Hikaru
2735
-
GM
Grischuk Alexander
2733
½ - ½
4.2
GM
Georgiev Kiril
2663
-
GM
Shirov Alexei
2730
½ - ½
4.3
GM
Chernin Alexander
2605
-
GM
Malakhov Vladimir
2715
½ - ½
4.4
GM
Kovalev Andrei
2515
-
GM
Rublevsky Sergei
2703
½ - ½
4.5
FM
Maros Milan
2330
-
GM
Dreev Alexey
2659
0 - 1
4.6
FM
Cibulka Vladimir
2259
-
GM
Bareev Evgeny
2633
0 - 1
Bo.
3
RUS  ShSM-64 Moscow
Rtg
-
15
FRA  EVRY Grand Roque
Rtg
4½:1½
5.1
GM
Gelfand Boris
2756
-
GM
Feller Sebastien
2570
1 - 0
5.2
GM
Karjakin Sergey
2722
-
GM
Fedorchuk Sergey A
2643
½ - ½
5.3
GM
Caruana Fabiano
2662
-
GM
Hauchard Arnaud
2527
1 - 0
5.4
GM
Riazantsev Alexander
2646
-
GM
Chuchelov Vladimir
2598
½ - ½
5.5
GM
Najer Evgeniy
2681
-
GM
Relange Eloi
2473
1 - 0
5.6
GM
Grachev Boris
2684
-
GM
Chabanon Jean-Luc
2440
½ - ½
Bo.
4
GER  OSG Baden-Baden
Rtg
-
12
GER  Werder Bremen
Rtg
5½: ½
6.1
GM
Movsesian Sergei
2711
-
GM
Fressinet Laurent
2658
1 - 0
6.2
GM
Bacrot Etienne
2709
-
GM
Nyback Tomi
2615
½ - ½
6.3
GM
Vallejo Pons Francisco
2696
-
GM
Hracek Zbynek
2606
1 - 0
6.4
GM
Naiditsch Arkadij
2685
-
GM
Babula Vlastimil
2569
1 - 0
6.5
GM
Adams Michael
2682
-
IM
Meins Gerlef
2484
1 - 0
6.6
GM
Nisipeanu Liviu-Dieter
2664
-

Joachim Sven
2449
1 - 0
Bo.
25
MNE  Buducnost Podgorica
Rtg
-
9
UKR  PVK - Kievchess
Rtg
1 : 5
7.1
GM
Miladinovic Igor
2547
-
GM
Onischuk Alexander
2699
0 - 1
7.2
GM
Djukic Nikola
2503
-
GM
Miroshnichenko Evgenij
2690
½ - ½
7.3
IM
Kalezic Blazo
2459
-
GM
Areshchenko Alexander
2667
0 - 1
7.4
FM
Pajkovic Vladimir
2414
-
GM
Beliavsky Alexander G
2656
½ - ½
7.5
FM
Dabetic Radojica
2322
-
GM
Baklan Vladimir
2646
0 - 1
7.6
FM
Vucinic Pero
2240
-
GM
Vysochin Spartak
2550
0 - 1
Bo.
34
BEL  Borgerhout
Rtg
-
13
ISR  Beer Sheva Chess Club
Rtg
1½:4½
8.1
IM
Wemmers Xander
2378
-
GM
Huzman Alexander
2599
½ - ½
8.2

Vedder Henk
2364
-
GM
Rodshtein Maxim
2623
0 - 1
8.3
FM
De Haan Eric
2363
-
GM
Postny Evgeny
2651
0 - 1
8.4
FM
Vedder Richard
2349
-
GM
Greenfeld Alon
2541
0 - 1
8.5

Nieto Emanuel
2246
-

Nabaty Tamir
2514
1 - 0
8.6

Van Der Burch Arie
2210
-
IM
Khmelniker Ilya
2483
0 - 1
Bo.
18
SRB  Lasta Belgrade
Rtg
-
11
UKR  A DAN DZO & PGMB
Rtg
3 : 3
9.1
GM
Pavlovic Milos
2533
-
GM
Drozdovskij Yuri
2627
½ - ½
9.2
IM
Brenjo Slavisa
2495
-
GM
Kuzubov Yuriy
2636
1 - 0
9.3
IM
Arsovic Zoran
2468
-
IM
Zubov Alexander
2567
½ - ½
9.4
IM
Benkovic Petar
2463
-
GM
Kononenko Dmitry
2563
0 - 1
9.5
IM
Ostojic Nikola
2412
-
GM
Zubarev Alexander
2544
1 - 0
9.6

Lapcevic Milos
2390
-
GM
Zinchenko Yaroslav
2539
0 - 1
Bo.
28
LTU  CC Margiris Kaunas
Rtg
-
33
ISR  Porat Chess Club
Rtg
3½:2½
10.1
GM
Sulskis Sarunas
2568
-
IM
Porat Shi
2459
1 - 0
10.2
GM
Malisauskas Vidmantas
2483
-
IM
Porat Ido
2448
½ - ½
10.3
GM
Butnorius Algimantas
2433
-
IM
Jirka Jiri
2404
0 - 1
10.4
IM
Beinoras Mindaugas
2400
-
IM
Birnboim Nathan
2366
½ - ½
10.5

Laurusas Tomas
2180
-

Porat Maya
2192
½ - ½
10.6
FM
Solys Laimutis
2300
-
FM
Porat David
2222
1 - 0

These results meant the following standings existed after 7 rounds of play in the tournament:


Final Ranking after 7 Rounds

Rk.
SNo
FED

Team
Games
  +
  =
  -
 TB1
 TB2
 TB3
1
1
RUS
RUS
Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov
7
7
0
0
14
27,5
179,5
2
7
ARM
ARM
Mika Yerevan
7
6
0
1
12
24,5
195,5
3
2
RUS
RUS
Ural Svedrdlovskaya
7
5
1
1
11
28,5
161,5
4
8
RUS
RUS
SPbChFed Sankt-Peterburg
7
5
1
1
11
26,0
187,0
5
4
GER
GER
OSG Baden-Baden
7
5
0
2
10
33,0
146,5
6
9
UKR
UKR
PVK - Kievchess
7
5
0
2
10
29,0
152,0
7
13
ISR
ISR
Beer Sheva Chess Club
7
5
0
2
10
29,0
150,0
8
3
RUS
RUS
ShSM-64 Moscow
7
5
0
2
10
29,0
142,0
9
6
RUS
RUS
Tomsk-400
7
4
2
1
10
28,0
163,0
10
5
ISR
ISR
Ashdod Illit Chess Club
7
5
0
2
10
27,0
171,0
11
10
MKD
MKD
Alkaloid Skopje
7
5
0
2
10
25,5
170,5

Congratulations to the winning Economist-SGSEU-1 Saratov team for your victory.The team was composed of the following players:
On board one was GM EvgenyAlekseev  of the Republic of Russia, who entered the event with an elo of  2725 and had a performance elo for the tournament of  2623 (1 win, 4 draws and 2 losses).

On board two was GM Pavel Eljanov of the Ukraine who began the team competition with an elo of  2717 and who had a performance elo of  2648 (3 wins, 3 draws, 0 losses)

On board 3 was GM Evgeny Tomashevsky of the Republic of Russia. Evgeny began the event with an elo of
2688 and he had a performance elo of  2722 in the European Club Cup (1 win, 4 draws, and 0 losses).

On board 4 was  GM Bu Xiangzhi of China who started the event with an elo of  2702 and had a performance elo of 2719 in the European Club Cup (2 wins,4 draws, 0 losses).

On board 5 was GM Ni Hua of China. Ni began the tournament with an elo of  2692 and based on his performance of 3 wins, 3 draws and a loss his performance rating for the tournament was 2645.

On board 6 was  GM  Alexander Moiseenko of the Ukraine. Alexander started the tournament with an
elo of 2694 and had a performance elo of  2741 (4 wins, 2 draws, 0 losses).

Two other players performed for the winning team. GM Dmitry Andreikin of the Republic of Russia, began the event with an elo of  2659, and based upon his one win and one loss for the team had a performance elo of  0  for the tournament. GM Michael Roiz of Israel played  3 games for the team (2 wins, 1 draw).He started the tournament with an elo of 2658, and had a performance elo of  2649 in the 2009 European Club Cup.










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