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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

2010 World Team Chess Championship:Round 8 rating statistics and round 9 pairings

Here are the rating statistics for the 2010 World Team Chess Championships after 8 rounds of play:source:http://wtcc2009.tsf.org.tr/component/option,com_turnuva/task,show/dosya,32/Itemid,32/lang,turkish/

Date : 2010/01/05 To 2010/01/13




No.

Name
FED
Fide-No.
IRtg
W
n
We
W-We
K
Rtg+/-
Ra
Rp
1
GM
Akopian, Vladimir
ARM
13300032
2678
5,0
8
4,30
0,70
10
7
2648
2743
2
GM
Aronian, Levon
ARM
13300474
2781
5,0
8
5,12
-0,12
10
-1
2674
2769
3
GM
Sargissian, Gabriel
ARM
13300881
2680
3,0
6
3,54
-0,54
10
-5
2613
2613
4
GM
Pashikian, Arman
ARM
13301578
2647
2,5
5
2,52
-0,02
10
0
2642
2642
5
GM
Petrosian, Tigran L
ARM
13301616
2627
2,0
5
2,63
-0,63
10
-6
2608
2536
6
GM
Kotanjian, Tigran
ARM
13301250
2537
0,0
0


10

0

7
GM
Kotronias, Vasilios
GRE
5900212
2599
2,0
7
2,57
-0,57
10
-6
2697
2539
8
GM
Papaioannou, Ioannis
GRE
4201345
2625
3,5
6
2,80
0,70
10
7
2650
2707
9
GM
Banikas, Hristos
GRE
4202031
2608
4,5
8
3,61
0,89
10
9
2645
2688
10
GM
Halkias, Stelios
GRE
4201809
2566
3,0
6
2,41
0,59
10
6
2640
2640
11
GM
Mastrovasilis, Dimitrios
GRE
4202694
2571
1,5
2
1,11
0,39
10
4
2527

12
GM
Mastrovasilis, Athanasios
GRE
4201990
2510
1,0
3
0,88
0,12
10
1
2663
2538
13
GM
Gashimov, Vugar
AZE
13400630
2759
2,5
7
4,38
-1,88
10
-19
2662
2560
14
GM
Radjabov, Teimour
AZE
13400924
2733
5,0
7
4,28
0,72
10
7
2650
2808
15
GM
Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar
AZE
13401319
2741
7,5
8
5,55
1,95
10
20
2590
3034
16
GM
Guseinov, Gadir
AZE
13401378
2614
1,0
3
1,64
-0,64
10
-6
2578
2453
17
GM
Mamedov, Nidjat
AZE
13400819
2610
1,5
2
1,53
-0,03
10
0
2400

18
GM
Mamedov, Rauf
AZE
13401653
2640
2,5
5
2,82
-0,32
10
-3
2594
2594
19
GM
Vescovi, Giovanni
BRA
2100789
2660
1,0
7
3,39
-2,39
10
-24
2671
2362
20
GM
Leitao, Rafael
BRA
2101246
2620
4,0
7
3,38
0,62
10
6
2632
2682
21
GM
Fier, Alexandr
BRA
2107139
2601
3,5
8
3,94
-0,44
10
-4
2604
2561
22
GM
Milos, Gilberto
BRA
2100029
2618
2,0
6
2,71
-0,71
10
-7
2653
2528
23
GM
Diamant, Andre
BRA
2108356
2497
0,5
3
1,20
-0,70
10
-7
2572
2299
24
GM
Lima, Darcy
BRA
2100045
2481
1,0
1
0,46
0,54
10
5
2513

25
GM
Adly, Ahmed
EGY
10601619
2591
4,5
7
3,01
1,49
10
15
2642
2744
26
GM
Amin, Bassem
EGY
10601457
2544
4,0
8
2,87
1,13
10
11
2649
2649
27
IM
Ezat, Mohamed
EGY
10600906
2471
0,0
4
0,97
-0,97
10
-10
2675
1875
28
IM
Abdel Razik, Khaled
EGY
10601104
2468
1,0
5
1,77
-0,77
10
-8
2577
2337
29
IM
Abdelnabbi, Imed
EGY
10600035
2448
1,0
4
1,48
-0,48
10
-5
2549
2356
30
IM
Sarwat, Walaa
EGY
10600256
2386
0,5
4
0,95
-0,45
10
-5
2596
2274
31
GM
Morozevich, Alexander
RUS
4116992
2732
2,0
6
3,74
-1,74
10
-17
2641
2516
32
GM
Grischuk, Alexander
RUS
4126025
2736
4,0
6
3,41
0,59
10
6
2684
2809
33
GM
Malakhov, Vladimir
RUS
4120787
2716
4,5
6
3,88
0,62
10
6
2605
2798
34
GM
Tomashevsky, Evgeny
RUS
4147235
2705
2,5
4
2,59
-0,09
10
-1
2592
2687
35
GM
Vitiugov, Nikita
RUS
4152956
2692
4,5
5
3,59
0,91
10
9
2521
2887
36
GM
Gelfand, Boris
ISR
2805677
2761
2,5
6
3,53
-1,03
10
-10
2695
2638
37
GM
Sutovsky, Emil
ISR
2802007
2657
4,0
6
3,72
0,28
10
3
2565
2690
38
GM
Roiz, Michael
ISR
2804158
2657
2,5
5
2,56
-0,06
10
-1
2648
2648
39
GM
Postny, Evgeny
ISR
2804344
2648
2,5
5
3,17
-0,67
10
-7
2547
2547
40
GM
Smirin, Ilia
ISR
2801990
2668
2,5
5
2,99
-0,49
10
-5
2596
2596
41
GM
Rodshtein, Maxim
ISR
2806851
2622
2,0
5
2,70
-0,70
10
-7
2593
2521
42
GM
Nakamura, Hikaru
USA
2016192
2708
5,5
7
3,91
1,59
10
16
2664
2894
43
GM
Onischuk, Alexander
USA
14101025
2670
6,0
8
4,42
1,58
10
16
2631
2824
44
GM
Shulman, Yuri
USA
13500520
2624
2,0
6
3,07
-1,07
10
-11
2614
2489
45
GM
Akobian, Varuzhan
USA
13300580
2628
4,0
7
4,04
-0,04
10
0
2572
2622
46
GM
Hess, Robert L
USA
2022036
2572
1,0
2
1,02
-0,02
10
0
2564

47
GM
Robson, Ray
USA
2023970
2570
1,0
2
1,06
-0,06
10
-1
2548

48
GM
Haznedaroglu, Kivanc
TUR
6300634
2498
1,5
5
1,39
0,11
10
1
2668
2519
49
IM
Erdogdu, Mert
TUR
6301495
2513
0,5
6
1,62
-1,12
10
-11
2693
2292
50
IM
Yilmaz, Mustafa
TUR
6302718
2478
1,5
6
1,60
-0,10
15
-2
2657
2464
51
IM
Can, Emre
TUR
6302181
2442
3,0
6
1,60
1,40
10
14
2627
2627
52
IM
Esen, Baris
TUR
6302114
2513
1,5
6
2,24
-0,74
10
-7
2606
2413
53
FM
Firat, Burak
TUR
6305881
2413
2,0
3
1,07
0,93
15
14
2523
2648
54
GM
Harikrishna, P
IND
5007003
2672
3,0
7
3,73
-0,73
10
-7
2646
2596
55
GM
Sasikiran, Krishnan
IND
5004985
2653
5,0
8
3,73
1,27
10
13
2679
2774
56
GM
Ganguly, Surya Shekhar
IND
5002150
2654
4,0
6
3,02
0,98
10
10
2651
2776
57
GM
Geetha, Narayanan Gopal
IND
5015693
2584
2,0
4
1,86
0,14
10
1
2611
2611
58
GM
Arun Prasad, S
IND
5011167
2567
2,5
5
2,25
0,25
10
3
2604
2604
59
IM
Adhiban, B
IND
5018471
2511
1,0
2
1,30
-0,30
10
-3
2400

60
GM
Jakovenko, Dmitry
RUS
4122356
2730
3,5
5
3,37
0,13
10
1
2595
2744

Here are the team pairings for the all important last-round of play:

Round 9 on 2010/01/13 at 12:00


No.
SNo.
Team
Res.
Team
SNo.
1
5
EGYPT
-
ARMENIA
10
2
6
ISRAEL
-
RUSSIA
4
3
7
BRAZIL
-
INDIA
3
4
8
GREECE
-
TURKIYE
2
5
9
UNITED STATES
-
AZERBAIJAN
1

Best wishes to all the teams and thanks for some great games of chess!

Here are the tie-breaks being used in this event:

If any teams finish with equal game points, the tie shall be resolved as follows:

a.   by board points in total.


b.  if a tie again results, the scores obtained by the tying teams against each other will decide;

c.  if a tie again results, then Berger system will be used.

d.  if a tie again results, it shall be decided by board count (Berlin System) as follows:


·        a win on Board 1 - 4 points

·        a win on Board 2 - 3 points

·        a win on Board3 - 2 points

·        a win on Board 4 - 1 point


In case of drawn games these points are shared.

If the board-count results in no victory for either side then the board points of Board 4 are cancelled and so on upwards until the tie is broken.


e. if a tie still results between teams in contention for medals, these teams shall play a match against each other at a fast time-rate (15 minutes per player for the entire game);

f.    if this match is indecisive, then lots shall be drawn.
source:http://wtcc2009.tsf.org.tr/content/view/2/3/lang,turkish/

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