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Saturday, February 13, 2010

2010 Aeroflot Open Chess Tournament:Round 5 results and standings,round 6 pairings

The fifth round of the 2010 Aeroflot Open Chess Championship was played today in Moscow. Here are the results for the top boards in the top section: A1 (the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):


TableWhiteFlagsScoreFed.RatingBlackFlagsScoreFed.RatingResult
1GM Le, Quang Liem3.5VIE2647GM Nguyen, Ngoc Truong Son3.5VIE2616½-½
2GM Sasikiran, Krishnan3.0IND2653GM Cheparinov, Ivan3.0BUL2660½-½
3GM Bareev, Evgeny3.0RUS2643GM Nepomniachtchi, Ian3.0RUS2658½-½
4GM Grachev, Boris3.0RUS2653GM Sjugirov, Sananj3.0RUS26101-0
5GM Pashikian, Arman2.5ARM2647GM Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime2.5FRA27301-0
6GM Bacrot, Etienne2.5FRA2713GM Zvjaginsev, Vadim2.5RUS2642½-½
7GM Van Wely, Loek2.5NED2641GM Motylev, Alexander2.5RUS2697½-½
8GM Savchenko, Boris2.5RUS2638GM Volokitin, Andrei2.5UKR26921-0
9GM Zhou, Jianchao2.5CHN2632GM Naiditsch, Arkadij2.5GER2687½-½
10GM Rodshtein, Maxim2.5ISR2622GM Bu, Xiangzhi2.5CHN2673½-½
11GM Najer, Evgeniy2.5RUS2665GM Khairullin, Ildar2.5RUS2605½-½
12GM Vescovi, Giovanni2.5BRA2660GM Mamedov, Rauf2.5AZE2640½-½
13GM Melkumyan, Hrant2.5ARM2583GM So, Wesleyj2.5PHI26560-1
14GM Timofeev, Artyom2.5RUS2652GM Kobalia, Mikhail2.5RUS26371-0
15GM Khalifman, Alexander2.5RUS2616GM Dreev, Alexey2.5RUS2650½-½
16GM Korobov, Anton2.5UKR2648GM Romanov, Evgeny2.5RUS2599½-½

These results mean the following standings exist in the A1 section after 5 rounds of play:


RankNameFlagsScoreFed.M/FRatingTPRW-We12345
1GM Grachev, Boris4.0RUSM26532825+1.031½½11
2GM Le, Quang Liem4.0VIEM26472886+1.50111½½
3GM Nguyen, Ngoc Truong Son4.0VIEM26162839+1.39½111½
4GM Cheparinov, Ivan3.5BULM26602775+0.771½1½½
5GM Nepomniachtchi, Ian3.5RUSM26582737+0.530111½
6GM So, Wesleyj3.5PHIM26562744+0.57½1011
7GM Sasikiran, Krishnan3.5INDM26532742+0.59½1½1½
8GM Timofeev, Artyom3.5RUSM26522737+0.571½101
9GM Pashikian, Arman3.5ARMM26472779+0.871½½½1
10GM Bareev, Evgeny3.5RUSM26432727+0.56½1½1½
11GM Savchenko, Boris3.5RUSM26382793+1.05101½1
12GM Bacrot, Etienne3.0FRAM27132699-0.09101½½
13GM Motylev, Alexander3.0RUSM26972703+0.041½½½½
14GM Kamsky, Gata3.0USAM26932660-0.22½01½1
15GM Naiditsch, Arkadij3.0GERM26872655-0.20½011½
16GM Sargissian, Gabriel3.0ARMM26802650-0.19½½½½1
17GM Moiseenko, Alexander3.0UKRM26772664-0.08½½½½1
18GM Bu, Xiangzhi3.0CHNM26732696+0.15110½½
19GM Najer, Evgeniy3.0RUSM26652690+0.181½½½½
20GM Vescovi, Giovanni3.0BRAM26602684+0.161½½½½
21GM Dreev, Alexey3.0RUSM26502650+0.01½011½
22GM Korobov, Anton3.0UKRM26482655+0.06½011½
23GM Zvjaginsev, Vadim3.0RUSM26422662+0.15½1½½½
24GM Van Wely, Loek3.0NEDM26412642+0.01½1½½½
25GM Mamedov, Rauf3.0AZEM26402688+0.331½½½½
26GM Zhou, Jianchao3.0CHNM26322709+0.53½1½½½
27GM Volkov, Sergey3.0RUSM26232616-0.040½½11
28GM Rodshtein, Maxim3.0ISRM26222719+0.671½½½½
29GM Khalifman, Alexander3.0RUSM26162704+0.621½½½½
30GM McShane, Luke J3.0ENGM26162648+0.24½10½1
31GM Sjugirov, Sananj3.0RUSM26102742+0.92½1½10
32GM Khairullin, Ildar3.0RUSM26052735+0.90½½1½½
33GM Romanov, Evgeny3.0RUSM25992731+0.93½1½½½
34GM Belov, Vladimir3.0RUSM25952691+0.670½1½1
35GM Bocharov, Dmitry3.0RUSM25942707+0.79½01½1


Here are the pairings for the  top boards for the 6th round of play in the A1 section (the player on the left has the white pieces in the game):



TableWhiteFlagsScoreFed.RatingBlackFlagsScoreFed.RatingResult
1GM Grachev, Boris4.0RUS2653GM Le, Quang Liem4.0VIE2647
2GM Nepomniachtchi, Ian3.5RUS2658GM Nguyen, Ngoc Truong Son4.0VIE2616
3GM Cheparinov, Ivan3.5BUL2660GM Timofeev, Artyom3.5RUS2652
4GM So, Wesleyj3.5PHI2656GM Pashikian, Arman3.5ARM2647
5GM Savchenko, Boris3.5RUS2638GM Sasikiran, Krishnan3.5IND2653
6GM Bacrot, Etienne3.0FRA2713GM Bareev, Evgeny3.5RUS2643
7GM Motylev, Alexander3.0RUS2697GM Khalifman, Alexander3.0RUS2616
8GM Kamsky, Gata3.0USA2693GM Van Wely, Loek3.0NED2641
9GM Mamedov, Rauf3.0AZE2640GM Naiditsch, Arkadij3.0GER2687
10GM Sargissian, Gabriel3.0ARM2680GM Zhou, Jianchao3.0CHN2632
11GM Volkov, Sergey3.0RUS2623GM Moiseenko, Alexander3.0UKR2677
12GM Bu, Xiangzhi3.0CHN2673GM McShane, Luke J3.0ENG2616
13GM Rodshtein, Maxim3.0ISR2622GM Najer, Evgeniy3.0RUS2665
14GM Romanov, Evgeny3.0RUS2599GM Vescovi, Giovanni3.0BRA2660
15GM Dreev, Alexey3.0RUS2650GM Khairullin, Ildar3.0RUS2605
16GM Sjugirov, Sananj3.0RUS2610GM Korobov, Anton3.0UKR2648


Best wishes to all the players for round 6!

To see all of the results for the A1 section and the other sections of the tournament click on the following link:
http://www.aeroflotchess.com/results/index.htm

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