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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

2010 Cappelle la Grande Open Chess tournament:round 6 crosstable

The 26th Cappelle-la Grande Open Chess tournament is currently   taking place in Cappelle la Grande,France. This tournament began on February13th and  will end with the  last round being played on February 20th  2010. Here is a partial standings list after 7 rounds of play:



PlNomEloCat.FedRd1Rd2Rd3Rd4Rd5Rd6PtsTr.Perf.
1gGUREVICH Mikhail2597SenMTUR+270N+146B=8N+123B+38B+41N5,5162905
2gGEETHA NARAYANAN GOPAL2584SenMIND+67N+158B=9N+19B=10N+42B517,52762
3gKAZHGALEYEV Murtas2643SenMKAZ+65N=24B=45N+139B+11B+40N5172749
4gDROZDOVSKIJ Yuri2625SenMUKR=44N+240B+24N=39B+64N+38B516,52734
5gRADULSKI Julian2577SenMBUL+236B=77N+33B=46N+58B+82N516,52680
6fDRAGUN Kamil2300MinMPOL-9N+107B+435N+57B+50N+39B516,52626
7gZHEREBUKH Yaroslav2527CadMUKR+59N+48B-38N+70B+286N+52B5162654
8gJOJUA Davit2535SenMGEO+294B+99N=1B=18N+242B=14N4,518,52635
9gRIVAS PASTOR Manuel2531SenMESP+6B+69N=2B=16B+245N=43B4,518,52627
10gAMIN Bassem2544SenMEGY+71N+160B=19N+56B=2B=15N4,5182701
11gBHAT Vinay S.2540SenMUSA+101N+80B+130N=12B-3N+155B4,517,52661
12gDZIUBA Marcin2587SenMPOL+147B+88N+137B=11N=40B=31N4,5172680
13gABERGEL Thal2538SenMFRA+79N+262B=124N=15B+66N=21B4,5172672
14gGAJEWSKI Grzegorz2568SenMPOL+66N+122B=123N+34B=42N=8B4,5172672
15gMAMEDOV Nidjat2610SenMAZE+78B=62N+127B=13N+46B=10B4,5172664
16gKRYVORUCHKO Yuriy2602SenMUKR+92B=127N+83B=9N+84B=17N4,5172648
17gHEBDEN Mark L2532SenMENG+108N+149B=39N=21B+59N=16B4,5172648
18gBALOGH Csaba2619SenMHUN=47N+44B+248N=8B=28N+122B4,5172645
19mGRANDELIUS Nils2515CadMSWE+109B+140N=10B-2N+250B+128N4,5172572
20gBOGNER Sebastian2494JunMGER=76B+423N+55B=25N=53B+124B4,516,52680
21gEDOUARD Romain2608JunMFRA+422B=75N+144B=17N+145B=13N4,516,52657
22mLE ROUX Jean-Pierre2497SenMFRA+135N=23B=41N+79B=43N+133B4,516,52643
23gNEGI Parimarjan2621CadMIND+105B=22N=60B+78N=51B+127N4,516,52633
24mTOMCZAK Jacek2500JunMPOL+239B=3N-4B+257N+254B+142N4,516,52543
25gLEMOS Damian2556SenMARG+70N=430B+47N=20B=122N+125B4,5162603
26gZAKHARTSOV Viacheslav V.2562SenMRUS+134B=46N+136B=73N+236B=30N4,5162576
27gOLSZEWSKI Michal2562SenMPOL=427N+89B=125N+91B=32N+156B4,5162573
28gVERA GONZALEZ-QUEVED Reynaldo2499SenMCUB+244B=55N=126B+134N=18B+174N4,515,52623
29mSPRENGER Jan Michael Dr.2508SenMGER=94N+68B=121N=49B+161N+131B4,515,52541
30mRIFF Jean-Noel2515SenMFRA+93N=237B+253N=54B+241N=26B4,515,52519
31gAPICELLA Manuel2518SenMFRA=432N=49B+276N+71B+246N=12B4,515,52517
32gBRYNELL Stellan2471SenMSWE=261B+426N+143B=121N=27B+126N4,5152669
33mHEBERT Jean2418SenMCAN=429N+424B-5N+167B+263N+129B4,5152506
34gVOVK Andrey2512JunMUKR+254B=121B+247N-14N+425B+141N4,514,52566
35gLEON HOYOS Manuel2516SenMMEX+425B+238N-40B+159N=142B+157N4,514,52517
36gARUTINIAN David2566SenMGEO-69B=148N+433B+287N+138B+172N4,514,52485
37gBURMAKIN Vladimir2590SenMRUS+152N-130B=131N+256B+422N+132B4,5142544

To see entire standings list go to this website: :http://cappelle-chess.fr/fr2/userpages/cappelle2010Grille6.htm?PHPSESSID=828fbe5bac2ca3aa46db793a1a69009f

The top-rated player in this tournament is GM Ivan Sokolov. He is in 121st place after 7 rounds, with a score of 3.5 points. The official tournament website (in French) is at:http://cappelle-chess.fr/fr2/default.php?page=1 .

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