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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Rilton Cup 2009-2010 Chess Tournament:round 9 results and final standings

Here are the results from the ninth and final round of the Rilton Cup Chess tournament (the player on the left had 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
½ - ½
6
GM
McShane Luke
2
2
7
IM
Ponkratov Pavel
6
½ - ½
6
GM
Rozentalis Eduardas
3
3
6
GM
Popov Valerij

½ - ½
6
GM
Lysyj Igor
4
4
11
IM
Grandelius Nils

½ - ½

GM
Gleizerov Evgeny
8
5
10
GM
Ionov Sergey

½ - ½

GM
Handke Florian
16
6
12
GM
Shimanov Aleksandr
5
1 - 0

GM
Brynell Stellan
21
7
17
GM
Berczes David
5
0 - 1
5
GM
Ivanov Sergey
13
8
29
IM
Gorovykh Eduard
5
1 - 0
5
GM
Miezis Normunds
14
9
22
IM
Semcesen Daniel
5
½ - ½

IM
Lauber Arnd
18
10
5
GM
Hammer Jon Ludvig

1 - 0

IM
Cramling Dan
30
11
15
GM
Cramling Pia

0 - 1

IM
Gavrilov Alexei
20
12
19
GM
Karlsson Lars

0 - 1

FM
Kauppila Osmo
37
13
45

Niemi Mikko

0 - 1

IM
Richter Michael
28
14
32
IM
Berczes Csaba

½ - ½

WIM
Molchanova Tatjana
33
15
9
GM
Ulibin Mikhail
4
1 - 0
4

Jacobsen Bo
35
16
64

Bryntze Stefan
4
0 - 1
4
GM
Åkesson Ralf
23
17
24
GM
Bellon Juan
4
½ - ½
4
FM
Andersen Mads
36
18
25
FM
Nithander Victor
4
1 - 0
4

Ängskog Kent
42
19
26
IM
Yuneev Alexey
4
½ - ½
4

Ask Josef
53
20
27
IM
Gagarin Vasily
4
1 - 0
4

Satonen Arto
56
21
34

von Bahr Oskar
4
½ - ½
4

Pohjala Henri
59
22
38

de Verdier Michael

½ - ½
4

Markevich Ilya
57
23
46
FM
Lögdahl Harald

½ - ½


Glimbrant Torbjörn
39
24
40

Jakobsen Kovachev Daniel

1 - 0


Lokander Martin
68
25
66

Vaarala Eric

½ - ½
3

Kopasov Alexander
44
26
31
IM
Lindberg Bengt
3
1 - 0
3
WGM
Koskela Niina
51
27
49

Wiander Michael
3
1 - 0
3

Evertsson Lennart
58
28
63

Hobber Anders
3
½ - ½
3

Kiuttu Roope
50
29
47

Rosenkilde Alexander

0 - 1

WIM
Gromova Iulia
43
30
60
WIM
Vovk Oksana

½ - ½


Nguyen Michael
52
31
54

Mårdell Jimmy

0 - 1

WIM
Agrest Inna
55
32
62

Ådahl Mattias

0 - 1
2

Janse Love
61
33
65

Grochowalski Pawel

1 - 0


Nordlander Sven
67
34
48

Svensson Leif
2
1


bye

35
41

Johansson Gunnar
2
0


not paired


These results mean the final standings for the tournament are as follows:Congratulations to GM Eduardas Rozentalis for winning the tournament on a tie-break!

Final Ranking crosstable after 9 Rounds

Rk.

Name
Rtg
FED
1.Rd
2.Rd
3.Rd
4.Rd
5.Rd
6.Rd
7.Rd
8.Rd
9.Rd
Pts.
 TB1
 TB2
1
GM
Rozentalis Eduardas
2611
LTU
42w1
16s1
12w1
4s½
20w1
6s½
2w0
7w1
3s½
6,5
36,5
0,0
2
GM
Wojtaszek Radoslaw
2637
POL
24w1
21s½
32w1
7s½
29w1
5s½
1s1
3w½
4w½
6,5
34,5
0,0
3
IM
Ponkratov Pavel
2575
RUS
48w1
22s0
45s1
17w1
21w1
11s½
6w1
2s½
1w½
6,5
33,5
0,0
4
GM
McShane Luke
2615
ENG
38s1
6w½
26s1
1w½
7s½
31w1
9s½
8w1
2s½
6,5
33,5
0,0
5
GM
Lysyj Igor
2609
RUS
37s½
40w1
30s½
16w1
12s1
2w½
7s½
6w1
10s½
6,5
33,0
0,0
6
GM
Shimanov Aleksandr
2535
RUS
58w1
4s½
35w1
22s1
14w1
1w½
3s0
5s0
15w1
6,0
34,0
0,0
7
GM
Ivanov Sergey
2530
RUS
65s1
25w1
14s½
2w½
4w½
23s1
5w½
1s0
26s1
6,0
32,5
0,0
8
IM
Grandelius Nils
2540
SWE
54w1
14s0
52w1
24s½
33w1
41w1
10s1
4s0
11w½
6,0
31,5
0,0
9
GM
Ionov Sergey
2545
RUS
46w1
32s½
31w½
33s½
45w1
14s1
4w½
20s½
12w½
6,0
31,5
0,0
10
GM
Popov Valerij
2588
RUS
67s1
30w½
15s1
14w0
42w1
20s1
8w0
21s1
5w½
6,0
31,5
0,0
11
GM
Gleizerov Evgeny
2566
RUS
40s½
37w1
17s½
13w1
31s½
3w½
15s½
30w1
8s½
6,0
30,5
0,0
12
GM
Handke Florian
2513
GER
49s1
61w1
1s0
34w1
5w0
32s½
14w1
16s1
9s½
6,0
30,5
0,0
13
IM
Gorovykh Eduard
2410
RUS
57w½
56s1
29w½
11s0
53w1
21s½
22w1
33s½
20w1
6,0
28,0
0,0

Here are the final point totals and rankings for all the women participants in this tournament:


24
WIM
Molchanova Tatjana
2368
RUS
2s0
59w1
61s1
8w½
15s½
30w½
17s½
18w½
25s½
5,0 points

29
GM
Cramling Pia
2525
SWE
36s1
27w½
13s½
25w1
2s0
17w½
31s1
15w0
16w0
4,5 points



53
WIM
Agrest Inna
2180
SWE
16w0
48s1
41w0
54s1
13s0
46w½
37s0
50w0
64s1
3,5
 points

54
WIM
Gromova Iulia
2222
RUS
8s0
66w1
43s0
53w0
62s½
64w½
47s0
57w½
65s1
3,5
 points




59
WGM
Koskela Niina
2189
FIN
22w0
24s0
68w1
46s0
55w1
35s0
56w1
28w0
45s0
3,0
 points

62
WIM
Vovk Oksana
2145
DEN
32w0
46s0
48w½
55s½
54w½
50s0
60w0
68s1
58w½
3,0
 points

Sourcehttp://www.chess-results.com/tnr28758.aspx?lan=1

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