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Friday, March 12, 2010

11th European Individual Chess Championships:Round 7 results and standings

The seventh round of the 11th European Individual Chess Championship was played today.Here are the results from the top boards:

Women's Championship
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(the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):

Pairings/Results

Round 7 on 2010/03/12 at 15:30

Bo.No.NameFEDRtgPts. ResultPts. NameFEDRtgNo.
141ARMWGMGalojan Lilit ARM23805 ½ - ½ GMSocko Monika POL2465POL17
21BULGMStefanova Antoaneta BUL25555 ½ - ½5 IMCmilyte Viktorija LTU2485LTU13
32RUSIMKosintseva Nadezhda RUS2554 0 - 1 IMDembo Yelena GRE2457GRE19
43SLOIMMuzychuk Anna SLO2533 ½ - ½ IMSkripchenko Almira FRA2456FRA21
54RUSGMKosintseva Tatiana RUS2524 ½ - ½ IMMuzychuk Mariya UKR2444UKR25
65SWEGMCramling Pia SWE2523 1 - 0 IMKovalevskaya Ekaterina RUS2438RUS26
728GEOIMKhurtsidze Nino GEO2434 ½ - ½ WGMZhukova Natalia UKR2492UKR9
814GEOGMDzagnidze Nana GEO2479 0 - 1 GMArakhamia-Grant Ketevan SCO2447SCO24
918POLIMRajlich Iweta POL2459 ½ - ½ WGMSavina Anastasia RUS2391RUS35
106FRAGMSebag Marie FRA25064 1 - 0 WGMNebolsina Vera RUS2310RUS68
118GEOIMJavakhishvili Lela GEO25004 1 - 04 GMPeng Zhaoqin NED2401NED33
1211HUNGMHoang Thanh Trang HUN24874 1 - 04 WIMSchut Lisa NED2224NED111
1342RUSIMMatveeva Svetlana RUS23734 ½ - ½4 IMGaponenko Inna UKR2472UKR15
1443RUSWIMMolchanova Tatjana RUS23694 ½ - ½4 IMUshenina Anna UKR2452UKR22
1552GEOIMGvetadze Sopio GEO23424 0 - 14 IMMoser Eva AUT2437AUT27
1662SRBWGMManakova Maria SRB23154 0 - 14 IMRomanko Marina RUS2409RUS31
17126BLRWFMZiaziulkina Nastassia BLR21884 ½ - ½4 WGMZawadzka Jolanta POL2404POL32
1810ARMIMDanielian Elina ARM2491 1 - 04 IMSedina Elena ITA2334ITA56

To see all of the results from this round of play click on the following link:
http://chess-results.com/tnr29568.aspx?art=2&rd=7&lan=1&turdet=YES&flag=30&m=-1&wi=1000

Here is a partial crosstable after 7 rounds of the Women's Championship:to see the entire crosstable for the Women's Championship go to the following website: http://chess-results.com/tnr29568.aspx?art=1&rd=7&lan=1&turdet=YES&flag=30&m=-1&wi=1000
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1.            Monika Socko 6 points,
2-7th.     Stefanova,Arakhamia-Grant,Cmilyte,Galojan,Cramling and Dembo 5.5 points
8th-10th. T.Kosintseva,A. Muychuk,Sebag,M. Muzychuk,Zhukova,Kurtsidze,Rajilich,Romanko,Moser,
               Skripchenko,Hoang Thanh Trang,Javakhishvili, and Savina 5 points.


Men's Championship
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Here are the results from  the top boards for round 7 of the Men's Championship
(the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):


















Round 7 on 2010/03/12 at 15:30

Bo.No.NameFEDRtgPts. ResultPts. NameFEDRtgNo.
110GEOGMJobava Baadur GEO2695 ½ - ½5 GMRiazantsev Alexander RUS2660RUS29
258SRBGMVuckovic Bojan SRB26305 ½ - ½ GMEfimenko Zahar UKR2640UKR48
31HUNGMAlmasi Zoltan HUN27205 ½ - ½5 GMNepomniachtchi Ian RUS2656RUS35
43SVKGMMovsesian Sergei SVK2709 ½ - ½5 GMMamedov Rauf AZE2639AZE49
561BULGMDelchev Aleksander BUL2625 ½ - ½ GMVallejo Pons Francisco ESP2708ESP5
646RUSGMZvjaginsev Vadim RUS2643 ½ - ½ GMMotylev Alexander RUS2705RUS6
77ENGGMAdams Michael ENG2704 ½ - ½ GMMacieja Bartlomiej POL2625POL62
88RUSGMTomashevsky Evgeny RUS2701 ½ - ½ GMTregubov Pavel V RUS2625RUS63
912ARMGMAkopian Vladimir ARM2688 1 - 0 GMSjugirov Sanan RUS2602RUS93
1051BIHGMSokolov Ivan BIH2638 1 - 0 GMCaruana Fabiano ITA2680ITA15
1178CZEGMHracek Zbynek CZE2615 ½ - ½ GMKurnosov Igor RUS2674RUS17
1271MDAGMIordachescu Viorel MDA2621 ½ - ½ GMFressinet Laurent FRA2670FRA19
1320BULGMGeorgiev Kiril BUL2669 ½ - ½ GMBerg Emanuel SWE2594SWE97
1424RUSGMInarkiev Ernesto RUS2667 1 - 0 GMLupulescu Constantin ROU2598ROU96
1528ROUGMNisipeanu Liviu-Dieter ROU2661 ½ - ½ GMStocek Jiri CZE2591CZE101
1634RUSGMKhismatullin Denis RUS2657 1 - 0 IMSkoberne Jure SLO2509SLO175
17115NEDGMReinderman Dimitri NED2576 ½ - ½ GMTimofeev Artyom RUS2655RUS36




These  are the standings after 7 rounds of play in the Men's Championship:

1st and 2nd: Jobava and Efimenko: 6 points,
3rd-11th:     Nepomniachtchi,Riazantsev,Inarkiev,Mamedov,Sokolov,Akopian,Khismatullin,Vukovic and        
                   Almasi, all have 5.5 points.

You can see the entire crosstable by clicking on the following link:

http://chess-results.com/tnr29567.aspx?art=1&rd=7&lan=1&turdet=YES&flag=30&m=-1&wi=1000

Pairings for round 8 can be viewed at the following links:

Women: http://chess-results.com/tnr29568.aspx?art=2&rd=8&lan=1&turdet=YES&flag=30&m=-1&wi=1000

Men: http://chess-results.com/tnr29567.aspx?art=2&rd=8&lan=1&turdet=YES&flag=30&m=-1&wi=1000

Best wishes to all the players for round 8!

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