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Saturday, January 9, 2010

2010 World Team Chess Championships:Round 5 results and standings, round 6 pairings

Here are the results from round 5 of the 2010 World Team Chess Championships which are being played in Bursa, Turkey, from January 3rd-14th  2010. This round of play took place today (Saturday):


Round 5 on 2010/01/09 at 15:00


5.1
3
INDIA

2 - 2
10
ARMENIA

1
GM
Sasikiran Krishnan
2653
1 : 0
GM
Aronian Levon
2781
2
GM
Harikrishna P
2672
0 : 1
GM
Akopian Vladimir
2678
3
GM
Ganguly Surya Shekhar
2654
½ : ½
GM
Sargissian Gabriel
2680
4
GM
Geetha Narayanan Gopal
2584
½ : ½
GM
Petrosian Tigran L
2627
5.2
4
RUSSIA

3½ - ½
2
TURKIYE

1
GM
Jakovenko Dmitry
2730
½ : ½
GM
Haznedaroglu Kivanc
2498
2
GM
Morozevich Alexander
2732
1 : 0
IM
Erdogdu Mert
2513
3
GM
Tomashevsky Evgeny
2705
1 : 0
IM
Yilmaz Mustafa
2478
4
GM
Vitiugov Nikita
2692
1 : 0
IM
Esen Baris
2513
5.3
5
EGYPT

1 - 3
1
AZERBAIJAN

1
GM
Adly Ahmed
2591
1 : 0
GM
Gashimov Vugar
2759
2
GM
Amin Bassem
2544
0 : 1
GM
Radjabov Teimour
2733
3
IM
Ezat Mohamed
2471
0 : 1
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
2741
4
IM
Sarwat Walaa
2386
0 : 1
GM
Mamedov Nidjat
2610
5.4
6
ISRAEL

1½ - 2½
9
UNITED STATES

1
GM
Gelfand Boris
2761
0 : 1
GM
Nakamura Hikaru
2708
2
GM
Smirin Ilia
2668
0 : 1
GM
Onischuk Alexander
2670
3
GM
Sutovsky Emil
2657
1 : 0
GM
Hess Robert L
2572
4
GM
Postny Evgeny
2648
½ : ½
IM
Robson Ray
2570
5.5
7
BRAZIL

1 - 3
8
GREECE

1
GM
Vescovi Giovanni
2660
½ : ½
GM
Kotronias Vasilios
2599
2
GM
Leitao Rafael
2620
½ : ½
GM
Papaioannou Ioannis
2625
3
GM
Fier Alexandr
2601
0 : 1
GM
Banikas Hristos
2608
4
GM
Milos Gilberto
2618
0 : 1
GM
Halkias Stelios
2566




 These results mean the following standings exist after 5 rounds of play:

Rank after round 5


Rank
Team
Gam.
+
=
-
MP
Pts.
1
RUSSIA
5
4
0
1
8
13
2
UNITED STATES
5
4
0
1
8
12½
3
ARMENIA
5
3
1
1
7
12
4
INDIA
5
3
1
1
7
11
5
AZERBAIJAN
5
3
0
2
6
11½
6
ISRAEL
5
3
0
2
6
11
7
GREECE
5
2
0
3
4
10
8
BRAZIL
5
1
0
4
2
8
9
EGYPT
5
1
0
4
2
7
10
TURKIYE
5
0
0
5
0
4




Here are the pairings for round 6:

Round 6 on 2010/01/10 at 15:00


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

Best wishes to all the players for round 6. Three more rounds of play exist before the tournament comes to a close.

Here is a list which shows the number of points scored for each of the players competing in this event based upon their board position:

Board 1


Rank

Name
Rtg
Team
%
Pts.
Games
1
GM
Nakamura Hikaru
2708
UNITED STATES
87,5

4
2
GM
Grischuk Alexander
2736
RUSSIA
83,3

3
3
GM
Sasikiran Krishnan
2653
INDIA
70,0

5
4
GM
Adly Ahmed
2591
EGYPT
60,0
3
5
5
GM
Aronian Levon
2781
ARMENIA
60,0
3
5
6
GM
Gelfand Boris
2761
ISRAEL
37,5

4
7
GM
Gashimov Vugar
2759
AZERBAIJAN
30,0

5
8
GM
Kotronias Vasilios
2599
GREECE
25,0
1
4
9
GM
Vescovi Giovanni
2660
BRAZIL
20,0
1
5
10
GM
Haznedaroglu Kivanc
2498
TURKIYE
16,7
½
3
Board 2


Rank

Name
Rtg
Team
%
Pts.
Games
1
GM
Onischuk Alexander
2670
UNITED STATES
90,0

5
2
GM
Akopian Vladimir
2678
ARMENIA
70,0

5
3
GM
Jakovenko Dmitry
2730
RUSSIA
66,7
2
3
4
GM
Radjabov Teimour
2733
AZERBAIJAN
62,5

4
5
GM
Leitao Rafael
2620
BRAZIL
60,0
3
5
6
GM
Papaioannou Ioannis
2625
GREECE
50,0
2
4
7
GM
Roiz Michael
2657
ISRAEL
50,0

3
8
GM
Amin Bassem
2544
EGYPT
40,0
2
5
9
GM
Harikrishna P
2672
INDIA
37,5

4
10
IM
Erdogdu Mert
2513
TURKIYE
12,5
½
4
Board 3


Rank

Name
Rtg
Team
%
Pts.
Games
1
GM
Banikas Hristos
2608
GREECE
70,0

5
2
GM
Ganguly Surya Shekhar
2654
INDIA
62,5

4
3
GM
Sargissian Gabriel
2680
ARMENIA
62,5

4
4
GM
Fier Alexandr
2601
BRAZIL
40,0
2
5
5
GM
Morozevich Alexander
2732
RUSSIA
40,0
2
5
6
GM
Smirin Ilia
2668
ISRAEL
37,5

4
7
GM
Guseinov Gadir
2614
AZERBAIJAN
25,0
½
2
8
GM
Shulman Yuri
2624
UNITED STATES
16,7
½
3
9
IM
Yilmaz Mustafa
2478
TURKIYE
12,5
½
4
10
IM
Ezat Mohamed
2471
EGYPT
0,0
0
3
Board 4


Rank

Name
Rtg
Team
%
Pts.
Games
1
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
2741
AZERBAIJAN
100,0
5
5
2
GM
Sutovsky Emil
2657
ISRAEL
87,5

4
3
GM
Akobian Varuzhan
2628
UNITED STATES
50,0
2
4
4
GM
Halkias Stelios
2566
GREECE
50,0

3
5
GM
Pashikian Arman
2647
ARMENIA
50,0

3
6
GM
Tomashevsky Evgeny
2705
RUSSIA
50,0

3
7
GM
Milos Gilberto
2618
BRAZIL
37,5

4
8
IM
Abdel Razik Khaled
2468
EGYPT
33,3
1
3
9
IM
Can Emre
2442
TURKIYE
33,3
1
3
10
GM
Geetha Narayanan Gopal
2584
INDIA
33,3
1
3
Board 5


Rank

Name
Rtg
Team
%
Pts.
Games
1
GM
Malakhov Vladimir
2716
RUSSIA
83,3

3
2
GM
Mastrovasilis Dimitrios
2571
GREECE
75,0

2
3
GM
Arun Prasad S
2567
INDIA
66,7
2
3
4
GM
Postny Evgeny
2648
ISRAEL
66,7
2
3
5
GM
Petrosian Tigran L
2627
ARMENIA
50,0

3
6
IM
Abdelnabbi Imed
2448
EGYPT
50,0
1
2
7
GM
Hess Robert L
2572
UNITED STATES
50,0
1
2
8
GM
Diamant Andre
2497
BRAZIL
50,0
½
1
9
GM
Mamedov Rauf
2640
AZERBAIJAN
25,0
½
2
10
IM
Esen Baris
2513
TURKIYE
12,5
½
4
Board 6


Rank

Name
Rtg
Team
%
Pts.
Games
1
GM
Vitiugov Nikita
2692
RUSSIA
83,3

3
2
GM
Mamedov Nidjat
2610
AZERBAIJAN
75,0

2
3
FM
Firat Burak
2413
TURKIYE
50,0
1
2
4
IM
Robson Ray
2570
UNITED STATES
50,0
1
2
5
GM
Rodshtein Maxim
2622
ISRAEL
50,0
1
2
6
IM
Adhiban B
2511
INDIA
50,0
½
1
7
GM
Mastrovasilis Athanasios
2510
GREECE
25,0
½
2
8
IM
Sarwat Walaa
2386
EGYPT
0,0
0
2

Source:http://wtcc2009.tsf.org.tr/component/option,com_turnuva/task,show/dosya,31/Itemid,31/lang,turkish/

You can see the rating performances of every player in the event by going to the following website: http://wtcc2009.tsf.org.tr/component/option,com_turnuva/task,show/dosya,32/Itemid,32/lang,turkish/

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