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Monday, January 4, 2010

2009/2010 Rilton Cup Chess Tournament:round 8 results and standings, round 9 pairings

Here are the results for the top boards for round 8 of the 2009/2010 Rilton Cup Chess tournament:

(the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):


Pairings/Results

Round 8 on 2010/01/04 at 12:00

Bo.
No.

Name
Pts.
Result
Pts.

Name
No.
1
1
GM
Wojtaszek Radoslaw

½ - ½

IM
Ponkratov Pavel
7
2
2
GM
McShane Luke
5
1 - 0

IM
Grandelius Nils
11
3
3
GM
Rozentalis Eduardas
5
1 - 0
5
GM
Ivanov Sergey
13
4
4
GM
Lysyj Igor
5
1 - 0
5
GM
Shimanov Aleksandr
12
5
14
GM
Miezis Normunds

½ - ½
5
GM
Ionov Sergey
10
6
18
IM
Lauber Arnd

0 - 1

GM
Popov Valerij
6
7
8
GM
Gleizerov Evgeny

1 - 0

GM
Karlsson Lars
19
8
15
GM
Cramling Pia

0 - 1

GM
Brynell Stellan
21
9
20
IM
Gavrilov Alexei

0 - 1

GM
Handke Florian
16
10
30
IM
Cramling Dan
4
½ - ½

IM
Gorovykh Eduard
29
11
33
WIM
Molchanova Tatjana
4
½ - ½
4
GM
Hammer Jon Ludvig
5
12
35

Jacobsen Bo
4
0 - 1
4
GM
Berczes David
17
13
56

Satonen Arto
4
0 - 1
4
IM
Semcesen Daniel
22
14
37
FM
Kauppila Osmo
4
½ - ½
4
IM
Berczes Csaba
32
15
23
GM
Åkesson Ralf

½ - ½
4

Niemi Mikko
45
16
57

Markevich Ilya

½ - ½

GM
Bellon Juan
24
17
36
FM
Andersen Mads

½ - ½

IM
Yuneev Alexey
26
18
42

Ängskog Kent

½ - ½

IM
Gagarin Vasily
27
19
28
IM
Richter Michael

1 - 0


de Verdier Michael
38

To see all of the results from round 8, click on the following link:
http://www.chess-results.com/tnr28758.aspx?art=2&rd=8&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000

These results mean the following standings exist in the tournament after 8 rounds of play:

Rank after Round 8

Rk.

Name
FED
Rtg
Club/City
Pts.
 TB1
 TB2
1
GM
Rozentalis Eduardas
LTU
2611

6,0
30,0
0,0
2
GM
Wojtaszek Radoslaw
POL
2637

6,0
28,0
0,0
3
IM
Ponkratov Pavel
RUS
2575

6,0
27,0
0,0
4
GM
McShane Luke
ENG
2615

6,0
27,0
0,0
5
GM
Lysyj Igor
RUS
2609

6,0
26,5
0,0
6
IM
Grandelius Nils
SWE
2540
Lunds ASK
5,5
25,5
0,0
7
GM
Ionov Sergey
RUS
2545

5,5
25,5
0,0
8
GM
Popov Valerij
RUS
2588

5,5
25,5
0,0
9
GM
Gleizerov Evgeny
RUS
2566

5,5
24,5
0,0
10
GM
Handke Florian
GER
2513

5,5
24,5
0,0
11
GM
Brynell Stellan
SWE
2472
Limhamns SK
5,5
23,0
0,0
12
GM
Shimanov Aleksandr
RUS
2535

5,0
28,0
0,0
13
GM
Ivanov Sergey
RUS
2530

5,0
26,5
0,0
14
GM
Miezis Normunds
LAT
2530

5,0
25,0
0,0
15
IM
Gorovykh Eduard
RUS
2410

5,0
22,0
0,0
16
IM
Semcesen Daniel
SWE
2460
Lunds ASK
5,0
22,0
0,0
17
GM
Berczes David
HUN
2512

5,0
20,5
0,0
18
IM
Richter Michael
GER
2412

4,5
24,0
0,0
19
GM
Cramling Pia
SWE
2525
Sollentuna SK
4,5
23,0
0,0

IM
Lauber Arnd
GER
2503

4,5
23,0
0,0
21
IM
Gavrilov Alexei
RUS
2481

4,5
22,0
0,0
22
GM
Karlsson Lars
SWE
2491
SK Rockaden
4,5
22,0
0,0
23
WIM
Molchanova Tatjana
RUS
2368

4,5
20,5
0,0
24
GM
Hammer Jon Ludvig
NOR
2588

4,5
20,5
0,0
25
IM
Berczes Csaba
HUN
2379

4,5
20,5
0,0
26
IM
Cramling Dan
SWE
2408
SK Passanten
4,5
20,0
0,0
27
FM
Kauppila Osmo
FIN
2279

4,5
18,0
0,0
28

Niemi Mikko
FIN
2219

4,5
17,0
0,0
29
IM
Yuneev Alexey
RUS
2428

4,0
21,5
0,0
30
GM
Åkesson Ralf
SWE
2454
Västerås SK
4,0
21,5
0,0
31
GM
Ulibin Mikhail
RUS
2548

4,0
21,0
0,0
32
GM
Bellon Juan
ESP
2435
Sollentuna SK
4,0
20,5
0,0
33

Jacobsen Bo
DEN
2306

4,0
20,0
0,0
34

Markevich Ilya
RUS
2162

4,0
19,0
0,0
35
IM
Gagarin Vasily
RUS
2422

4,0
18,0
0,0
36

Pohjala Henri
FIN
2153

4,0
17,5
0,0
37

Satonen Arto
FIN
2177

4,0
17,0
0,0
38
FM
Andersen Mads
DEN
2294

4,0
16,5
0,0
39
FM
Nithander Victor
SWE
2434
SS Manhem
4,0
16,0
0,0
40

Ängskog Kent
SWE
2229
Horndals SK
4,0
16,0
0,0
41

von Bahr Oskar
SWE
2316
Kungstornet
4,0
15,5
0,0
42

Bryntze Stefan
SWE
2073
SK Rockaden
4,0
14,0
0,0
43

Ask Josef
SWE
2183
Västerviks ASK
4,0
13,5
0,0

To see the entire crosstable after 8 rounds of play, click on the following link:
http://www.chess-results.com/tnr28758.aspx?art=1&rd=8&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000


Here are the pairings for the top boards for round 9 (the player on the left has the white pieces in the game):

Pairings/Results

Round 9 on 2010/01/05 at 12:00

Bo.
No.

Name
Pts.
Result
Pts.

Name
No.
1
1
GM
Wojtaszek Radoslaw
6

6
GM
McShane Luke
2
2
7
IM
Ponkratov Pavel
6

6
GM
Rozentalis Eduardas
3
3
6
GM
Popov Valerij


6
GM
Lysyj Igor
4
4
11
IM
Grandelius Nils



GM
Gleizerov Evgeny
8
5
10
GM
Ionov Sergey



GM
Handke Florian
16
6
12
GM
Shimanov Aleksandr
5


GM
Brynell Stellan
21
7
17
GM
Berczes David
5

5
GM
Ivanov Sergey
13
8
29
IM
Gorovykh Eduard
5

5
GM
Miezis Normunds
14
9
22
IM
Semcesen Daniel
5


IM
Lauber Arnd
18
10
5
GM
Hammer Jon Ludvig



IM
Cramling Dan
30
11
15
GM
Cramling Pia



IM
Gavrilov Alexei
20
12
19
GM
Karlsson Lars



FM
Kauppila Osmo
37
13
45

Niemi Mikko



IM
Richter Michael
28
14
32
IM
Berczes Csaba



WIM
Molchanova Tatjana
33
15
9
GM
Ulibin Mikhail
4

4

Jacobsen Bo
35
16
64

Bryntze Stefan
4

4
GM
Åkesson Ralf
23
17
24
GM
Bellon Juan
4

4
FM
Andersen Mads
36
18
25
FM
Nithander Victor
4

4

Ängskog Kent
42
19
26
IM
Yuneev Alexey
4

4

Ask Josef
53
20
27
IM
Gagarin Vasily
4

4

Satonen Arto
56
21
34

von Bahr Oskar
4

4

Pohjala Henri
59
22
38

de Verdier Michael


4

Markevich Ilya
57

To see the entire pairings list for round 9 click on the following link:

http://www.chess-results.com/tnr28758.aspx?art=2&rd=9&lan=1&m=-1&wi=1000

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