Kavala Open Chess Tournament 2011

Dragan Solak and Mateusz Bartel share the first place

The 20th Kavala Open Chess Tournament took place from 30th July to 6th August in Kavala, Greece. One of the strongest events of the Greek Chess Summer is organized by the Kavala Chess Club, East Macedonia and Thrace Chess Union and Greek Chess Federation.

A total of 263 players were signed to compete in one of the three Groups. The main Open A had 109 players from 18 countries, with 28 Grandmasters and 13 International Masters in the field.

Serbian Grandmaster Dragan Solak and Poland’s reigning chess champion Mateusz Bartel shared the first place with 7 points each. Solak is declared winner on better tiebreak score.

Turkey league 2

Dragan Solak

Mateusz Bartel

Mateusz Bartel

Final standings:

1-2. GM Solak Dragan SRB 2598 and GM Bartel Mateusz POL 2611 – 7.0

3-9. GM Mastrovasilis Dimitrios GRE 2604, GM Svetushkin Dmitry MDA 2576, GM Gupta Abhijeet IND 2627, GM Maiorov Nikita BLR 2535, GM Nikolov Momchil BUL 2589, GM Mamedov Nidjat AZE 2575 and IM Atalik Ekaterina TUR 2436 – 6.5

10-18. GM Kolev Atanas BUL 2590, GM Sandipan Chanda IND 2656, GM Gopal G N IND 2576, GM Socko Bartosz POL 2631, GM Margvelashvili Giorgi GEO 2525, GM Zubarev Alexander UKR 2597, GM Atalik Suat TUR 2619, GM Halkias Stelios GRE 2600 and GM Burmakin Vladimir RUS 2579 – 6.0 etc

Saint Louis – Chess City of the Year

Mayor Slay to accept award at U.S. Open Chess Championship in Orlando

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ST. LOUIS, August 4, 2011 – The United States Chess Federation (USCF), the governing body of chess in the U.S., will present the award for “Chess City of the Year” to St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay on Saturday, August 6.

This marks the second time St. Louis has won this prestigious award, which recognizes the U.S. city that has done the most to promote and further the game of chess, both locally and nationally. St. Louis also won the award in 2009.

“We wouldn’t have gotten this award without the hard work, commitment, and innovation of the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis,” said Mayor Slay. “The skills one uses playing chess – patience, foresight, and problem-solving – are skills I want to see in our citizens. I’m confident that St. Louis will continue to attract and produce chess champions through the great work of the Chess Club.”

St. Louis has become the home of U.S. Championship chess, crowning the U.S. Champion and U.S. Women’s Champion each of the past three years and the U.S. Junior Champion for the past two years. These tournaments, the most prestigious in the nation, all were held at the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis (CCSCSL), which also has an agreement in place with the USCF to bring the U.S. Championships back to St. Louis next year. The CCSCSL was named “Chess Club of the Year” by the USCF in 2010.

In addition to the promotion of national tournaments, the USCF recognized the CCSCSL’s commitment to implementing chess programming in area schools and community centers.

Alex Vergilesov, the scholastics coordinator at the CCSCSL, said more than 40 schools and organizations have already signed up to implement scholastic programming for the coming school year with many more expressing interest.

“The response to our scholastic programming has been overwhelming,” Vergilesov said. “It’s great to see administrators, parents and teachers recognizing the multitude of benefits that chess has to offer.”

CCSCSL founder Rex Sinquefield also will be honored in Orlando as the recipient of the Gold Koltanowski award, which is given to the person who does the most to further chess in the U.S. each year. This is the third straight year Sinquefield received the award, winning it in 2009 and 2010 as well.

The emergence of St. Louis as a major player in the chess scene attracted the interest of the World Chess Hall of Fame, which is relocating to St. Louis from Miami and will open its doors to the public on September 9, directly across the street from the CCSCSL on Maryland Avenue in the Central West End.

For more information, visit www.uschess.org or www.saintlouischessclub.org.

About The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis

The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization that is committed to making chess an important part of our community. In addition to providing a forum for the community to play tournaments and casual games, the club also offers chess improvement classes, beginner lessons and special lectures.

Recognizing the cognitive and behavioral benefits of chess, the Chess Club and Scholastic Center is committed to supporting those chess programs that already exist in area schools while encouraging the development of new in-school and after-school programs. For more information, visit www.saintlouischessclub.org.

GM Ehsan Ghaemmaghami dominates another tournament

10th Avicenna International Open on 24-31st July in Hamadan, Iran

The 10th Avicenna International Open Tournament, organized by the Hamadan Chess Association on behalf of I.R.Iran Chess Federation, was held from 24th to 31st July in Hamadan, western Iran.

257 players took participation in the 11-round Swiss event. Nine-times national champion GM Ehsan Ghaem Maghami, the top seeded player in the field, dominated the tournament and claimed the trophy with a total of 10 points, full point ahead of the second placed IM Logman Guliev. Complete standings bellow.

Prizes (US Dollars): 1st 2500$, 2nd 2000$, 3rd 1800$, 4th 1500$, 5th 1200$, 6th 800$, 7th-10th 400$.

Avicenna 1st - GM Ehsan Ghaemmaghami

First place for GM Ehsan Ghaemmaghami

Avicenna 2nd - IM  Logman Guliev

IM Logman Guliev is second

Avicenna 3rd - IM Ulvi Bajarani

IM Ulvi Bajarani of Azerbaijan finished third

Abū ʿAlī al-Ḥusayn ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn Sīnā, (c. 980, Afshana near Bukhara– 1037, Hamadan, Iran), commonly known as Ibn Sīnā or by his Latinized name Avicenna, was a Persian polymath.

Ibn Sīnā studied medicine under a physician named Koushyar. He wrote almost 450 treatises on a wide range of subjects, of which around 240 have survived. In particular, 150 of his surviving treatises concentrate on philosophy and 40 of them concentrate on medicine.

He was also an astronomer, chemist, geologist, Hafiz, Islamic psychologist, Islamic scholar, Islamic theologian, logician, mathematician, Maktab teacher, physicist, poet, and scientist. He is regarded as the most famous and influential polymath of the Islamic Golden Age.

News and photos by Reza Mahdipour

Avicenna Banner of Event

Banner of the event

Avicenna Tournament Hall 1

The playing hall

Avicenna Tournament Hall 2

Final standings:

1. GM Ghaem Maghami Ehsan IRI 2588 – 10

2. IM Guliev Logman AZE 2458 – 9

3. IM Bajarani Ulvi AZE 2424 – 8.5

4. Nasri Amin IRI 2281 – 8.5

5. IM Alavi Sayed Javad IRI 2436 – 8.5

6. Javanbakht Nima IRI 2292 – 8.5

7. GM Gaprindashvili Valeriane GEO 2404 – 8.5

8. Faghirnavaz Ali IRI 2317 – 8.5

9. IM Darini Pouria IRI 2462 – 8

10. Sedaghati Mehrdad IRI 2228 – 8

11. WGM Pourkashiyan Atousa IRI 2331 – 8

12. Behmardi K Rustam IRI 2264 – 8

13. Abdulov Orkhan Javanshir Oglu AZE 2377 – 8

14. IM Sharbaf Mohsen IRI 2402 – 8

15. Aliyev Elnur Fakhraddin Oglu AZE 2219 – 8

16. IM Chighladze Iveri GEO 2401 – 8

17. Asgari Morteza IRI 2252 – 8

18. FM Ahmadinia E IRI 2435 – 7.5

19. Ghaziolsharif Kaveh IRI 2097 – 7.5

20. WIM Hejazipour Mitra IRI 2233 – 7.5

21. Mousavi Seyed Khalil IRI 2143 – 7.5

22. Shamsi Roohalah IRI 2064 – 7.5

23. Doostkam P IRI 2210 – 7.5

24. Sevdimaliyev Urfan Adil Oglu AZE 2026 – 7.5

25. Khademi Mohammad Miran IRI 2334 – 7.5

26. Aghaei Alireza IRI 2183 – 7.5

27. FM Kowsarinia Amir IRI 2234 – 7.5

28. FM Tabatabaei M Amin IRI 1896 – 7.5

29. Sheykhhasani Bardia IRI 1963 – 7.5

30. Saba Earaj IRI 2029 – 7.5

31. Babaee Hosein IRI 1952 – 7.5

32. Lamei Hadi IRI 2017 – 7

33. Asgarizadeh Ahmad IRI 2189 – 7

34. Godarz Kasra IRI 1976 – 7

35. Shah Moradi Mohammad IRI 1987 – 7

36. Yarahmadi Ali IRI 1876 – 7

37. Roohparvar A Reza IRI 2043 – 7

38. Meskin jolodar Hasan IRI 0 – 7

39. Mohammadi Arvin IRI 1825 – 7

40. Javidfard Amirsalar IRI 2031 – 7

41. Valadi Mohammadreza IRI 1976 – 7

42. Khojasteh M IRI 2054 – 7

43. Mousavi Sayed Milad IRI 2115 – 7

44. Feyli Sina IRI 2109 – 7

45. Pooreraghian Mohammadreza IRI 1997 – 7

46. Khalaji Hanieh IRI 1958 – 7

47. Asgharzadeh M Reza IRI 1941 – 7

48. FM Gholami Aryan IRI 1909 – 7

49. Eskandary Mahmood IRI 2165 – 7

50. Valookolaei Saeid IRI 1974 – 7

51. Vahdati Tayeb IRI 0 – 7

52. Asgarizadeh Minoo IRI 2054 – 6.5

53. Shahabi Milad IRI 1969 – 6.5

54. Khodashenas Mersad IRI 2018 – 6.5

55. Momeni E IRI 2211 – 6.5

56. Moradi Amirmasoud IRI 2016 – 6.5

57. Soleimanifar Reza IRI 0 – 6.5

58. Bashiri Aryan IRI 1807 – 6.5

59. Shakiba Behrooz IRI 1981 – 6.5

60. Bashiri Arman IRI 0 – 6.5

61. Mehrabi Morteza IRI 1981 – 6.5

62. Samiri Amirhossein IRI 1919 – 6.5

63. Derakhshani Borna IRI 1664 – 6.5

64. Samsam Farhad IRI 2013 – 6.5

65. Khabiri Kaveh IRI 1911 – 6.5

66. FM Lorparizangeneh Shahin IRI 2161 – 6.5

67. Shahmoradi Arash IRI 0 – 6.5

68. Tehran Doost Farzad IRI 1752 – 6.5

69. Alibabaei Siavash IRI 0 – 6.5

70. Sedaghat Khah Hamid Reza IRI 1954 – 6.5

71. Hasanabadi M.Reza IRI 0 – 6.5

72. Akbar Pour Khodaverdi IRI 0 – 6.5

73. Derakhshani Dorsa IRI 1936 – 6.5

74. Maghsoudi Sedigh Ali IRI 1737 – 6.5

75. Soodman S Mohsen IRI 1854 – 6.5

76. Javadi Jalal IRI 0 – 6.5

77. Mammadov Mehdi Namiq Oglu AZE 1879 – 6.5

78. Zoalfian Mohammad IRI 0 – 6.5

79. Korjani Mohamad R IRI 1797 – 6.5

80. Aziznezhad Mahmoud IRI 1874 – 6.5

81. Alee Ali IRI 0 – 6.5

82. Aranifar Babak IRI 1867 – 6.5

83. Rahimi Rezvan IRI 1794 – 6.5

84. Mojaverian H IRI 2122 – 6

85. Ryahi Naser IRI 2265 – 6

86. Garakhanbeyli Ramiz AZE 2015 – 6

87. Khaleghi Sadjad IRI 1886 – 6

88. Salimi Mohammad Mehdi IRI 1858 – 6

89. Borji Hossein IRI 0 – 6

90. Mansoori H.Ali IRI 0 – 6

91. Farrokhseresht Farin IRI 0 – 6

92. Firouzi Miad IRI 1696 – 6

93. Tahbaz Arash IRI 1787 – 6

94. Sepahvand Behnam IRI 0 – 6

95. Nameei Koushan IRI 1958 – 6

96. Mohebi Ali IRI 1877 – 6

97. Agha Beyg Pour Yahya IRI 0 – 6

98. Salavati Parsa IRI 1808 – 6

99. Ahmadi Siavash IRI 0 – 6

100. Rostami Roohollah IRI 0 – 6

101. Amiri Ghadi Gholam IRI 0 – 6

102. Ghaffarian Amir Hossein IRI 1737 – 6

103. Moosavi Zahra IRI 0 – 6

104. Seyfikar Sima IRI 1598 – 6

105. Amini Zadeh Mahdi IRI 0 – 6

106. Daryabari Seyed Mohammadreza IRI 0 – 6

107. Asadi Sadegh IRI 2018 – 5.5

108. Rostami Taha IRI 1973 – 5.5

109. Karami Mohammad IRI 1848 – 5.5

110. Ahmadov Vusal Karimkhan Oglu AZE 1934 – 5.5

111. Mohammadisafyarkhan Amir IRI 2001 – 5.5

112. Taraz Shahrokh IRI 1918 – 5.5

113. Azimi Ali IRI 0 – 5.5

114. Maleki Mojtaba IRI 1866 – 5.5

115. Vojdani Siavosh IRI 1727 – 5.5

116. Moradi Kimia IRI 1814 – 5.5

117. Taghipoor Habib IRI 1807 – 5.5

118. Darvishi M. Reza IRI 0 – 5.5

119. Noorali Hamidollah IRI 0 – 5.5

120. Javani Shahin IRI 0 – 5.5

121. Darvishi Ebrahim IRI 0 – 5.5

122. Karimi Saber IRI 0 – 5.5

123. Seyfikar Hadiseh IRI 1701 – 5.5

124. Ahmadi Hesardareh Reza IRI 0 – 5.5

125. Delavari Amirali IRI 0 – 5.5

126. Valizadegan Ebrahim IRI 0 – 5.5

127. Naderzadeh Pouya IRI 0 – 5.5

128. Rostami Nejad Sirous IRI 1715 – 5.5

129. Dolat Abadi Gholamabbas IRI 0 – 5.5

130. Mansuri Salami Rahim IRI 0 – 5.5

131. Nasimi Mohammad Mehdi IRI 1612 – 5.5

132. Korevand Sina IRI 0 – 5.5

133. Bashiri Maghsoud IRI 0 – 5.5

134. Akhgari Reza IRI 0 – 5

135. Vahdati Dara IRI 0 – 5

136. Rezaeisafa Erfan IRI 1996 – 5

137. Mirzaei Negar IRI 1558 – 5

138. Noroozi Jamshid IRI 1563 – 5

139. Davoodi Milad IRI 0 – 5

140. Dalili Farhad IRI 0 – 5

141. Khoshbin Amir IRI 1822 – 5

142. Babaniya Benyamin IRI 1653 – 5

143. Nourimoghaddam Shahrokh IRI 1841 – 5

144. Rastegar Alireza IRI 0 – 5

145. Hamidinoor Alireza IRI 1905 – 5

146. Azarion Alireza IRI 0 – 5

147. Tehran Doost A.Asghar IRI 0 – 5

148. Hodasefat Arman IRI 1915 – 5

149. Bashiri Javad IRI 0 – 5

150. Karimi Amir Hossein IRI 1724 – 5

151. Ghahremani Farhad IRI 0 – 5

152. Mansoori Masoud IRI 0 – 5

153. Hatam Pour Farid IRI 0 – 5

154. Banisaeed Fatemeh IRI 1705 – 5

155. Asgharpourmasoleh Tara IRI 0 – 5

156. Ivaki Ali IRI 0 – 5

157. Kazerooni Shahriar IRI 0 – 5

158. Zareiee Ali IRI 0 – 5

159. Kazemiyan Eski Abolfazl IRI 0 – 5

160. Karimpoor Shahab IRI 1696 – 5

161. Najafi Kiarash IRI 0 – 5

162. Noroozi Amir Mohammad IRI 0 – 5

163. Mohseni Nasab Sadegh IRI 0 – 5

164. Kouchaki Penchah Jaber IRI 0 – 5

165. Khaleghi Maral IRI 0 – 5

166. Mortazavi Sayed Kamoloddin IRI 0 – 4.5

167. Pajoumtajani Farbod IRI 1955 – 4.5

168. Younesi Ahmad IRI 0 – 4.5

169. Fallahi Ali IRI 0 – 4.5

170. Noori Mohammadreza IRI 0 – 4.5

171. Bayat Ali IRI 0 – 4.5

172. Ghaffariankhorram Aida IRI 1650 – 4.5

173. Azizkhani Nima IRI 0 – 4.5

174. Azizi Eyvaz IRI 0 – 4.5

175. Ghahremani Farid IRI 0 – 4.5

176. Ebrahimi Atoosa IRI 0 – 4.5

177. Tehrandoost Mahmood IRI 0 – 4.5

178. Rahmatian Shayan IRI 1755 – 4.5

179. Toranji M S IRI 0 – 4.5

180. Abbasi Larki Hosein IRI 0 – 4.5

181. Khoshoee Mahyar IRI 0 – 4.5

182. Rasooli Reza IRI 0 – 4.5

183. Haidari Hasti IRI 0 – 4.5

184. Chegini Milad IRI 2067 – 4

185. Khaghani Alireza IRI 0 – 4

186. Ajand Arash IRI 0 – 4

187. Forughi Hamid IRI 0 – 4

188. Ahmadi Hesardareh Ali IRI 0 – 4

189. Heydari Amir Salar IRI 0 – 4

190. Hasani Hossein IRI 0 – 4

191. Hamidi Navid Zahra IRI 0 – 4

192. Mohebbi Amir Hossein IRI 0 – 4

193. Bashiri Atousa IRI 0 – 4

194. Hamidikoosha Ali IRI 0 – 4

195. Baneshi Mahan IRI 0 – 4

196. Mir Moeni S Mehdi IRI 0 – 4

197. Babolhavaeji Armin IRI 0 – 4

198. Rezaee Armia IRI 0 – 4

199. Khaghani Majid IRI 0 – 4

200. Naderi Far Mahzad IRI 0 – 4

201. Salehi Hossein IRI 0 – 4

202. Gholipour Seyahrodi Samer IRI 0 – 3.5

203. Hajiyev Shahin Qabil Oglu AZE 2143 – 3.5

204. Roshani Ali IRI 0 – 3.5

205. Babaee Manesh Rozhin IRI 0 – 3.5

206. Khademi Fateme IRI 0 – 3.5

207. Pour Ahmadi Niaki M.Reza IRI 0 – 3.5

208. Darabi Zadeh Parviz IRI 0 – 3.5

209. Salari Salma IRI 1704 – 3.5

210. Mir Abdoli Amir IRI 0 – 3.5

211. Kalvandi Nashmil IRI 0 – 3.5

212. Zomorrodian Eilia IRI 0 – 3.5

213. Ajand Ramin IRI 0 – 3.5

214. Makiani A. Hossein IRI 0 – 3.5

215. Saee Hamedani khashayar IRI 0 – 3.5

216. Tahmasebi Pegah IRI 1432 – 3.5

217. Hasani Pakravesh Ali Akbar IRI 0 – 3.5

218. Soltani Nader IRI 0 – 3

219. Hosseini Amir Arsalan IRI 0 – 3

220. Mard Far Faeshad IRI 0 – 3

221. Rezaee Salman IRI 0 – 3

222. Behniya Kiyavash IRI 0 – 3

223. Maasumi Jalal Hanie IRI 0 – 3

224. Mohazzab Pegah IRI 0 – 3

225. Giti Peymaye Hamedani Mahtab IRI 0 – 3

226. Samavatian Ashkan IRI 0 – 3

227. Abbasi Hossein IRI 1932 – 2.5

228. Amani Koorosh IRI 0 – 2.5

229. Ardalani A Reza IRI 0 – 2.5

230. Hamidi Pasand Aydin IRI 0 – 2.5

231. Kalvandi Mohamad Ali IRI 0 – 2.5

232. Sadeghi Shoar Melika IRI 0 – 2.5

233. Yazdan Mohammadhossein IRI 1805 – 2

234. Dinarvand J IRI 1896 – 2

235. Arabi Marjan IRI 0 – 2

236. Rezaee Paria IRI 0 – 2

237. Saidi Sadegh IRI 0 – 2

238. Baghiat Mandana IRI 0 – 1.5

239. Shabani Bahar M.Ehsan IRI 0 – 1

240. Yousefi Kiarash IRI 0 – 1

Head coach of the Russian national team resigned

Evgeny Bareev cites the bad result at the World Team Championship (updated)

Bareev

On 1st August the Chairman of the Board of the Russian Chess Federation Ilya Levitov RCF received a resignation letter from the head coach of the Russian national team GM Evgeny Bareev.

The resignation is associated with the unsuccessful performance at the World Team Chess Championship in China, where the Russian team did not reach the winners podium and finished on the 4th place.

The Russian Chess Federation is grateful to Evgeny Bareev for his work as a head coach. At the Chess Olympiad in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia finished second behind Ukraine, winning the medal for the first time since 2004.

Analysis of the causes of the unsuccessful competition at the World Championship will be held in conjunction with the Board of RCF Trainers’ Council, members of the Supervisory Board of the RCF and the chess community. Appointment of a new head coach will be discussed at the next Trainers’ Council.

The Russian press devoted a huge attention to the “Ningbo failure”. Alexander Kentler wondered why the management team has given so much time for the outside and journalistic activities on a daily basis. Namely, Bareev published a daily diary in the Sovsport, while Ilya Levitov wrote for Sport Express.

Exactly the same issue was highlighted by Azerbaijan captain GM Vladimir Tukmakov, in connection with the activities of his player GM Gadir Guseinov. But Tukmakov also had much bigger problems in the squad.

After the Championship, Sovsport interviewed Mark Glukhovsky, chief editor of the respectable “64 – Chess Review” magazine. He immediately stated that – “The main responsibility for such a bad result should be with the head coach Bareev… The team – this is not just the sum of individual ratings. There is some team chemistry: the interaction between the players, their ability to regroup at the right moment, to feel that the fellow in not doing so good, to provide comfort and encouragement. And for all this the head coach is responsible.”

The 12th world champion Anatoly Karpov criticized the performance of the Russian team, using the words – “It’s a real shame!”.

He also said that the spirit in the team must be much better and called for establishing a different, more ambitious mindset.

GM Sergei Smagin, Vice-President of the Moscow Chess Federation, said that Bareev’s resignation was to be expected. He added that Bareev is responsible and serious person who understands that the fourth place in the World Championship is simply a disaster.

In an interview for RIA Novosti Smagin explained all the small nuances that are needed to form a good chess team coach. He said that finding a replacement will be very difficult, first because there are not many top notch coaches, and second because nobody can guess whether any of them is ready to make sacrifices and change the personal lifestyle in order to fulfill the demanding duties all year round.

Update: Newspaper “Izvestia” quotes the sources from the RCF saying that in unofficial communication former World Champion Alexander Khalifman and GM Konstantin Sakaev and main candidates to take the hot seat after Bareev’s resignation.

Anand opens the World Junior Chess Championship 2011

Opening ceremony with the World Chess Champion, round 1 starts today

The SDAT–RAMCO 50th World Junior and 29th Junior Girls Chess Championships 2011 was oficially opened at Vani Mahal, Chennai.

A mixture of a small choreography on Lord Krishna, Spanish salsa, Japanese ballet dance, Kerala specialty Mohini Attam, poi kaal kuthirai (horse dance) and Aadu puli aatam (goat and tiger game) completed the amazing short term preparation and work of the Velammal School children.

Honorable Shri D Jayakumar, Speaker, Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly and the World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand inaugurated the event making the first move 1.e3 e5 on the board.

World Champion Viswanathan Anand, in his chief guest address said, “I won my world junior title after four attempts, but experience always helps in handling tougher situations. The Tamil Nadu Government has been a constant supporter to chess in the state and this time it has gone up one step up”.

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World Junior Chess Championship 2011

The TN Assembly Speaker, Shri D Jayakumar praised the great performance of Anand in the top echelons of chess. He also reminded that Anand was a one time winner of this prestigious World Junior Chess event, just as the one that starts today, and that after this achievevement he has stayed among top players for two decades.

Shri M Vijayakumar, IAS, Member Secretary, Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu spoke briefly, mentioning that the Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu strives to give the right climate to raise champions, and added that TN is poised to take off in more chess events, as well as in all the sports in the next few years.

Today is the first round of the World Junior Chess Championship 2011. The games begin at 10:30 CET.

More about the WJCC: World Junior Chess Championship 2011 / Participants boys / Participants girls / Official website

Special thanks to R R Vasudevan and Peter Long, reporting for Chessdom.com directly from India.

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Pairings R1 juniors

1 FM Rajesh V A V 2292 - GM Matlakov Maxim 2632

2 GM Sjugirov Sanan 2629 - FM Rojas Alarcon Julian Antonio 2291

3 Aaron Deepak 2288 - GM Salgado Lopez Ivan 2626

4 GM Shimanov Aleksandr 2586 - Tomazini Zan 2288

5 Kozganbayev Erken 2284 - GM Nabaty Tamir 2584

6 GM Ter-Sahakyan Samvel 2558 - FM Botta Gabriele 2261

7 Ashwath R 2259 - GM Hovhannisyan Robert 2556

8 GM Robson Ray 2554 - Hemant Sharma (del) 2247

9 FM Das Sayantan 2246 - GM Swiercz Dariusz 2553

10 GM Adhiban B 2542 - Pradeep Kumar R A 2245

11 Turqueza Mari Joseph 2235 - GM Grandelius Nils 2542

12 GM Sethuraman S P 2529 - Narayanan S L 2233

13 Kulkarni Rakesh 2231 - GM Rasulov Vugar Ural Oglu 2522

14 GM Martinovic Sasa 2521 - FM Gagare Shardul 2223

15 Aravindh Chithambaram Vr 2212 - IM Huschenbeth Niclas 2521

16 GM Durarbeyli Vasif 2515 - Dusthageer Ibrahim M 2212

17 Kathmale Sameer 2211 - GM Cori Jorge 2514

18 IM Piorun Kacper 2514 - Gusain Himal 2208

19 Shreyans K Shah 2203 - GM Pap Gyula 2513

20 IM Krejci Jan 2503 - Abhishek Kelkar 2197

21 Lokesh P 2194 - IM Grover Sahaj 2496

22 IM Lalith Babu M R 2495 - Gahan M G 2188

23 Navalgund Niranjan 2188 - GM Salem A R Saleh 2493

24 IM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi 2492 - Surendran N 2187

25 Yashas D 2184 - IM Goganov Aleksey 2489

26 IM Shyam Sundar M 2478 - Soares Erikson Roberto Maurici 2181

27 Vasli Aref 2181 - IM Roganovic Milos 2476

28 IM Rombaldoni Axel 2459 - Lim Zhuo Ren 2155

29 Sidhant Mohapatra 2155 - IM Urkedal Frode 2448

30 FM Kovalev Vladislav 2439 - CM Prince Bajaj 2146

31 Jefic Srdjan 2143 - Stany G A 2435

32 IM Vaibhav Suri 2430 - Patil Pratik 2141

33 Karma Pandya 2136 - IM Anwesh Upadhyaya 2429

34 IM Ramnath Bhuvanesh R 2422 - Mithil Ajgaonkar 2130

35 Mastalerz Xavier 2129 - FM Petrisor Adrian-Marian 2408

36 IM Shyam Nikil P 2398 - Debashish Dutta 2127

37 Kourkoulos-Arditis Stamatis 2123 - FM Petenyi Tamas 2398

38 IM Debashis Das 2396 - Karthikeyan Murali 2122

39 Abhilash Reddy M L 2109 - FM Getz Nicolai 2385

40 Swayams Mishra 2378 - Manigandan S S 2109

41 Herman Jean 2105 - Udeshi Aditya 2378

42 IM Priyadharshan K 2376 - Zulfic Fedja 2098

43 Lokesh N 2090 - FM Krysa Leandro 2374

44 IM Firat Burak 2373 - Hercules Benjamin Vincent 2089

45 Barbier Sigiswald 2088 - IM Narayanan Srinath 2371

46 FM Ly Moulthun 2369 - Chaithanyaa K G 2088

47 Ghaledar Faraz 2088 - IM Nitin S 2365

48 FM Valsecchi Alessio 2354 - Gireman Ja 2084

49 Santos Hugo Lima 2078 - FM Soors Stef 2353

50 FM Ikeda Junta 2349 - Akash Pc Iyer 2069

51 Sekar B 2061 - Janev Tihomir 2349

52 FM Barbosa Evandro Amorim 2343 - Visakh Nr 2042

53 Jaswant G 2036 - Artemenko Oleg 2341

54 FM Kuchynka Lukas 2339 - K Praneeth Surya 2036

55 Prasannaa S 2032 - Bitan Banerjee 2331

56 Krishna C R G 2330 - Krishna Prasad K C 2027

57 Arun J 2018 - FM Thavandiran Shiyam 2320

58 FM Sochacki Wojtek 2316 - Yohan J 2017

59 Bukhalaf Khalil 2004 - FM Girish A Koushik 2309

60 Kunal M 2298 - Benitez Lozano Javier 1994

61 Correia Max Do Carmo 1970 - Shreyansh Daklia 2298

62 FM Sapozhnikov Roman 2295 - Bryan-Vissi Mark 1815

63 Elijah Emojong - bye

Pairings R1 girls

1 WGM Paikidze Nazi 2416 - Gevorgyan Maria 2068

2 Edes Zsofia 2067 - WGM Savina Anastasia 2398

3 WGM Cori T Deysi 2376 - Pratyusha Bodda 2064

4 Michelle Catherina P 2052 - WGM Girya Olga 2371

5 WGM Padmini Rout 2348 - Brunello Roberta 2036

6 WIM Guo Emma 2029 - CM Kulkarni Bhakti 2317

7 WIM Mammadova Gulnar Marfat Qizi 2294 - WFM Ivana Maria Furtado 2012

8 Martinez Ayelen 2011 - WIM Bulmaga Irina 2293

9 WIM Kazimova Narmin Nizami Qizi 2292 - Savetha C H 1992

10 A Akshaya 1966 - WIM Eric Jovana 2282

11 WIM Olsarova Karolina 2282 - Krumova Ani 1961

12 Sithalatchumi A 1939 - WIM Ozturk Kubra 2258

13 WFM Kulon Klaudia 2227 - Bala Kannamma P 1931

14 Shristi J Shetty 1927 - WIM Nakhbayeva Guliskhan 2222

15 WIM Agrest Inna 2220 - Shweta Gole 1922

16 Sahari J 1911 - WIM Hoang Thi Nhu Y 2204

17 Dogodkina Julia 2193 - WFM Mahalakshmi M 1901

18 Lasya G 1898 - WFM Hannes Diana 2188

19 WFM Semenova Elena 2175 - Degrande Marigje 1890

20 Shetye Siddhali 1890 - WFM Terao Juliana Sayumi 2168

21 WFM Lkhamsuren Uuganbayar 2163 - WCM Mejia Salinas Lluvia Angelica 1889

22 Hema Priya N 1885 - WIM Vo Thi Kim Phung 2141

23 Chandika Divyasree 2123 - Frayna Janelle Mae 1875

24 Arunima Kalra 1867 - WFM Saranya J 2121

25 Tokhirjanova Hulkar 2119 - Madhurima Shekhar 1854

26 Sathya Priya S V 1842 - WFM Bharathi R 2117

27 Deur Saric Zrinka 2116 - Anjana Krishna S 1830

28 Supriya Joshi 1829 - WFM Fataliyeva Ulviyya Hasil Qizi 2107

29 Forestier Carole 2101 - Salini R 1795

30 Hansen Erle Andrea Marki 1770 - Nandhidhaa Pv 2101

31 Imeeva Aisa 2094 - WCM Savant Riya 1743

32 Nivedhitha J G 1743 - WFM Pon Nkrithika 2075

33 WIM Heredia Serrano Carla 2072 - Narenthran Savithri 1693

34 WCM Tejaswini Sagar 1690 - WFM Romero Echeverria Abigail 2071

35 WIM Tsatsalashvili Keti 2318 - not paired

Vladimir Kramnik Writing History in Dortmund

Kramnik convincingly wins the event and claims his 10th Dortmund trophy

Despite the loss in the final round, ex World Champion Vladimir Kramnik convincingly won the 39th Dortmund Chess Meeting, point and a half clear of the second placed Le Quang Liem. An impressive achievement as this is Kramnik’s 10th Dortmund trophy. He first won the event back in 1995 as a 20-years-old.

Dortmund stage is so dear to Kramnik’s heart that he even skipped the World Team Chess Championship where his country Russia narrowly lost the medal in the last round. Seeing that Kramnik is in fantastic form, Russia’s already former captain Evgeny Bareev must be blaming the calendar clash for the team’s bad luck. Bareev resigned from the post Monday, more information coming soon.

Sparkassen Chess-Meeting used the widely accepted six-player double round robin tournament system. Le Quang Liem of Vietnam qualified as the winner of the world’s strongest open tournament Aeroflot 2011 and succeeded in taking second place behind Kramnik. The hosting country was represented by GM Georg Meier.

Dortmund 2011 Vladimir Kramnik

Vladimir Kramnik (all photos courtesy of Georgios Souleidis)

Dortmund 2011 Stage

The playing hall

Final standings:

1.Kramnik Vladimir (RUS 2781) – 7.0

2. Le Quang Liem (VIE 2715) – 5½

3-4. Ponomariov Ruslan (UKR 2764) and Giri Anish (NED 2701) – 5.0

5. Nakamura Hikaru (USA 2770) – 4½

6. Meier Georg (GER 2656) – 3.0

IM Robin van Kampen (NED 2519) won the Helmut-Kohls-Turnier with 6.5 points from 9 games. The Dortmund B-Group was a 10-players round robin event.

Official website

Dortmund 2011 Kramnik-Nakamura

Vladimir Kramnik – Hikaru Nakamura

Dortmund 2011 Le Quang Liem

Le Quang Liem

Dortmund 2011 Anish Giri

Anish Giri

Dortmund 2011 Georg Meier

Georg Meier

Dortmund 2011 Ponomariov-Le Quang

Ponomariov-Le Quang Liem

Dortmund 2011 Robin van Kampen

Robin van Kampen

5th Torneo Internacional A.D. San Juan

GM Eduardo Iturrizaga grabs the trophy on superior tiebreak

The 5th Torneo Internacional A.D. San Juan was held from 25th to 31st July at the Hotel Blanca de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain. 108 players from 18 countries, including 18 Grandmasters, competed in the 9-round Swiss event. First place was 3.000 € worth.

Cuban Grandmaster Omar Almeida Quintana (2548) started superbly, with 4.5 points from five rounds, but then he suddenly froze and lost next three games to sink down in the standings.

In an extremely exciting last round, Grandmasters Eduardo Iturrizaga and Sergey Fedorchuk won their games to catch Julio Granda Zuniga and Branko Damljanovic on the shared first place. Eduardo Iturrizaga is declared champion on best tiebreak score.

Armenian wonder Vahe Baghdasaryan narrowly missed another IM norm but he nevertheless added 35 elo points to his card.

Iturrizaga Eduardo

Eduardo Iturrizaga

Donostia Granda

Julio Granda Zuniga

Branko Damljanovic

Branko Damljanovic

Tournament website

Final standings:

1. GM Iturrizaga Eduardo VEN 2603 – 7

2. GM Granda Zuniga Julio E PER 2616 – 7

3. GM Fedorchuk Sergey A UKR 2618 – 7

4. GM Damljanovic Branko SRB 2611 – 7

5. GM Chatalbashev Boris BUL 2596 – 6.5

6. GM Ortiz Suarez Isan Reynaldo CUB 2556 – 6.5

7. Baghdasaryan Vahe ARM 2289 – 6.5

8. IM Ninov Nikolai BUL 2518 – 6.5

9. GM Paunovic Dragan SRB 2503 – 6.5

10. GM Vazquez Igarza Renier ESP 2561 – 6.5

11. IM Riff Jean-Noel FRA 2493 – 6

12. GM Gonzalez Vidal Yuri CUB 2503 – 6

13. GM Simonian Hrair ARM 2461 – 6

14. IM Venkatesh M R IND 2480 – 6

15. IM Das Arghyadip IND 2471 – 6

16. IM Berbatov Kiprian BUL 2472 – 6

17. IM Tania Sachdev IND 2419 – 6

18. IM Hansen Torbjorn Ringdal NOR 2468 – 6

19. GM Delchev Aleksander BUL 2622 – 5.5

20. IM Castellanos Rodriguez Renier ESP 2497 – 5.5

21. GM Aroshidze Levan GEO 2539 – 5.5

22. GM Khamrakulov Ibragim S ESP 2496 – 5.5

23. GM Solodovnichenko Yuri UKR 2615 – 5.5

24. GM Oleksienko Mikhailo UKR 2564 – 5.5

25. FM Moen Andreas NOR 2333 – 5.5

26. GM Almeida Quintana Omar CUB 2548 – 5.5

27. IM Klenburg Mikhail UKR 2412 – 5.5

28. IM Reinaldo Castineira Roi ESP 2492 – 5.5

29. IM Antoli Royo Joaquin Miguel ESP 2434 – 5.5

30. Cerrajeria Ruiz Jesus Maria ESP 2130 – 5.5

31. Krug Cortegoso Rodolfo Martin ESP 2127 – 5.5

32. Saenz Narciso Miguel Angel ESP 2239 – 5.5

33. IM Moreno Ruiz Javier ESP 2545 – 5

34. Valles Moreno Ivan ESP 2387 – 5

35. WGM Vega Gutierrez Sabrina ESP 2285 – 5

36. Ugalde Ezcurra Jose Miguel ESP 2176 – 5

37. IM Mullon Jean-Baptiste FRA 2400 – 5

38. Villegas Pierre MNC 2255 – 5

39. Burguete Archel Eduardo ESP 2195 – 5

40. Moro Murciego Alejandro ESP 1830 – 5

41. Esparza Martinez Javier Ignaci ESP 1986 – 5

42. Karasik Evgeni ISR 2249 – 5

43. Garcia Blanco Omar ESP 2210 – 5

44. IM Huerga Leache Mikel ESP 2453 – 5

45. FM Chueca Forcen Alberto ESP 2323 – 5

46. FM Sande Edreira Jose Antonio ESP 2348 – 4.5

47. Gurevich Daniel USA 2134 – 4.5

48. WIM Vega Gutierrez Belinda ESP 2227 – 4.5

49. WGM Djingarova Emilia BUL 2337 – 4.5

50. Navarro Alonso Jorge ESP 2189 – 4.5

51. Agudo Tena Angel ESP 1917 – 4.5

52. Ortega Lopez Mikel ESP 1758 – 4.5

53. Arrese-Igor Sanchez Cesareo ESP 2126 – 4.5

54. Sanchez Salazar Kiko ESP 1907 – 4.5

55. Vinal Gutierrez Pedro ESP 2074 – 4.5

56. Perez Celis Alba ESP 1804 – 4.5

57. Saifi Mourad ESP 0 – 4.5

58. Alonso Gonzalez Miguel ESP 1732 – 4.5

59. Urriza Iricibar Pablo ESP 1963 – 4.5

60. Montoya Irigoyen Inigo ESP 2047 – 4

61. Porat Maya ISR 2274 – 4

62. Arnedo Ruiz Alberto ESP 2029 – 4

63. Tetimov Ivan BUL 2009 – 4

64. Hernandez Barricarte Miguel A ESP 0 – 4

65. Idiazabal Troyas Aritz ESP 1972 – 4

66. Vilanova Olmedo Ignaci ESP 1762 – 4

67. Zaratiegui Cardesa Jose ESP 1822 – 4

68. Jimenez Penafiel Gustavo ESP 1783 – 4

69. Bayo Milagro Alvaro ESP 1661 – 4

70. Moral Barragan Diego ESP 1745 – 4

71. Ruiz Escobar Rafael ESP 1978 – 4

72. Vyvyan Philippe FRA 1724 – 4

73. Raimundo Medina Fermin ESP 1693 – 4

74. IM Garza Marco Sergio ESP 2403 – 3.5

75. Cemborain Oricain Alfonso ESP 2037 – 3.5

76. Maza Broto Pablo ESP 2096 – 3.5

77. Munoz Ovelar Miguel Angel ESP 1914 – 3.5

78. De Vega Fernandez Francisco J ESP 0 – 3.5

79. Martikorena Endara Patxi ESP 1608 – 3.5

80. Urkia Mendinueta Alberto ESP 1654 – 3.5

81. Cantabrana Garona Alejandro ESP 1812 – 3.5

82. Oyaga Valencia Jesus Maria ESP 1777 – 3.5

83. Mancha Otano Aritz ESP 1990 – 3

84. Guardado Minchinela Inaki ESP 0 – 3

85. Sancinena Arpide Juan ESP 0 – 3

86. Razkin Igoa Cesar ESP 1735 – 3

87. Blanco De La Rosa Diego ESP 1779 – 3

88. Elia Aldave Inigo ESP 1703 – 3

89. Ochoa Aldaz Mikel ESP 1445 – 3

90. Alonso Gutierrez Miguel Angel ESP 1502 – 3

91. Lerendegui Lasa Odei ESP 1411 – 3

92. Porat Rami ISR 1691 – 3

93. Serrano Gijon M A ESP 0 – 3

94. Adrian Abad Miguel ESP 1588 – 2.5

95. Ros Iturgaiz Ibai ESP 1640 – 2.5

96. Perez Marchal Javier ESP 1835 – 2

97. Lizarraga Rivas Daniel ESP 0 – 2

98. Ojosnegros Martin Angel ESP 1400 – 2

99. Urbiola Martinez Jesus ESP 1552 – 2

100. Castro Herrero Alfonso ESP 1690 – 2

101. Tunon Gonzalo Eduardo ESP 0 – 1

102. CM Arjun Bharat IND 1960 – 1

103. Lopez Morata Diego ESP 0 – 1

104. GM Kunin Vitaly GER 2562 – 0.5

105. Iagar Razvan-Gabriel ROU 2162 – 0.5

106. Shahidul Haq Mohammed BAN 0 – 0.5

107. Lopez Medina Manuel ESP 0 – 0

IM Nikolay Noritsyn wins the Quebec open 2011

GM Arenciba Rodriguez silver, GM Anton Kovalyov bronze

IM Nikolay Noritsyn

IM Nikolay Noritsyn

IM Nikolay Noritsyn won the 2011 edition of the strong Quebec Open. In the presence of 8 GMs and 19 titled players, IM Noritsyn grabbed the first position without losing a single game. He finished with a total of 7,0/9, half a point ahead of the Cuban GM Walter Arencibia Rodriguez and a full point ahead of 2009 Quebec Chess Champion GM Anton Kovalyov.

The Canadian top seeded player GM Bator Sambuev finished fourth, while the favorites for this year’s edition GM Rozentalis and GM Bojkov ended up fifth and sixth.

Scroll down for photos and standings, full information can be found on the official website.

1 IM NORITSYN Nikolay CAN 7

2 GM ARENCIBIA RODRIGUEZ Walter CUB 6.5

3 GM KOVALYOV Anton ARG 6

4 GM SAMBUEV Bator CAN 6

5 GM ROZENTALIS Eduardas LTU 6

6 GM BOJKOV Dejan BUL 5.5

7 GM LE ROUX Jean-Pierre FRA 5.5

8 FM CHENG Bindi CAN 5.5

9 KLEINMAN Michael CAN 5.5

10 GM CORNETTE Matthieu FRA 5

11 IM MACAK Stefan SVK 5

12 IM GERZHOY Leonid CAN 4.5

13 MARTCHENKO Alexander CAN 4.5

14 ZHAO Parker USA 4.5

15 IM KLEIMAN Jake USA 4.5

16 FM LEVEILLE Francois CAN 4.5

17 VOLOACA Mihnea CAN 4.5

18 FM JIANG Louie CAN 4

19 KRAIOUCHKINE Nikita CAN 4

20 FM BARBEAU Sylvain CAN 4

21 IM MESZAROS Michal SVK 4

22 BERUBE Antoine CAN 4

23 BOLDUC Steve CAN 4

24 CALUGAR Arthur CAN 3.5

25 DROLET Stephane CAN 3.5

26 FM VOSKANYAN Vahagn CAN 3.5

27 FM KHASSANOV Marat CAN 3

28 TESSIER-DESROSIERS Olivier CAN 2.5

29 CAIRE Francois CAN 2

30 GM ROUSSEL-ROOZMON Thomas CAN 1

31 ROY Myriam CAN 0.5

Bojkov

GM Dejan Bojkov

Le Roux

GM Le Roux

Rozentalis

GM Rozentalis

Cornette

GM Matthieu Cornette

Canada 1

Canada 2

Politiken Cup 2011

Copenhagen Chess Festival live games with analysis

Politiken Cup 2011 is taking place 30.07-07.08, 2011, in Lo-Skolen, Denmark. Top seeded players are GM Peter Heine Nielsen, GM Xiangzhi Bu, GM Hua Ni, GM Daniel Fridman, GM Jan Gustafsson, GM Igor Kurnosov, GM Igor Khenkin, GM Boris Savchenko, GM Robert Hess, GM Jon Ludvig Hammer, GM Michal Krasenkow, GM Emanuel Berg, GM Hans Tikkanen, GM Sune Berg Hansen, GM Julian Radulski, GM Robert Ruck, GM Richárd Rapport, GM Henrik Danielsen, GM Viktorija Cmilyte, WGM Anna Zatonskih, IM Marc Tyler Arnold, GM Leif Erland Johannessen, etc.

All Politiken Cup information – Official website

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37th Open Internacional d’Escacs Vila de Sitges

GM Stefan Djuric winner on superior tiebreaks

Vila de Sitges

The 37th Open Internacional d’Escacs Vila de Sitges was held from 22nd to 30th July at the Saló Teatre del Casino Prado in Sitges, Spain. The tournament was played in two rating groups and is part of the Catalan Chess Circuit.

The prize fund was € 6,325 with € 1,200 dedicated to the winner. Many players from the Obert Internacional Sant Marti 2011
continued the tour in Sitges.

85 players competed in the Group A. In the exciting finish five players shared the first place with 7 points each. Stefan Djuric from Serbia, who defeated two fellow Grandmasters in the last two rounds, was declared winner on best tiebreak score.

Cuban IM Bacallao Alonso Yusnel could not repeat the success from Obert Internacional Sant Marti 2011 as GM Alexei Barsov denied him the GM norm in the final yards.

Group B had 66 participants. Campos Cayuelas Adria (2091 ESP) and Olive Oller Guim (1965 ESP) are joint winners with 7 points each. Campos Cayuelas sported a better tiebreak result.

The tournament was organized by Club d’Escacs Casino Prado Suburenc de Sitges and chief arbiter was IA Josep Salvans Riba.

Tournament website

Final standings:

1. GM Djuric Stefan SRB 2445 7

2. IM Munoz Pantoja Miguel PER 2482 7

3. GM Barsov Alexei UZB 2534 7

4. IM Asis Gargatagli Hipolit ESP 2431 7

5. FM Delgado Ramos Hector CUB 2488 7

6. IM Bacallao Alonso Yusnel CUB 2532 6.5

7. GM Karlsson Lars SWE 2482 6.5

8. IM Cruz Filemon PER 2406 6.5

9. GM Oratovsky Michael ISR 2521 6.5

10. FM Getz Nicolai NOR 2385 6

11. IM Cruz Cristhian PER 2470 6

12. IM Pulvett Daniel VEN 2303 6

13. IM Fernandez Aguado Enrique ESP 2355 6

14. Phadke Sohan IND 2252 6

15. Thakur Akash IND 2327 6

16. GM Cabrera Alexis ESP 2530 5.5

17. GM Gonzalez Garcia Jose MEX 2522 5.5

18. IM Lacasa Diaz Jose Antonio ESP 2392 5.5

19. GM Moskalenko Viktor UKR 2591 5.5

20. IM Perez Mitjans Orelvis ESP 2452 5.5

21. FM Alarcon Casellas Rolando CUB 2453 5.5

22. IM Cruz Jonathan PER 2406 5.5

23. GM Movsziszian Karen ARM 2493 5.5

24. IM Alexandrova Olga ESP 2393 5.5

25. IM Rojas Keim Luis CHI 2438 5.5

26. IM Lorenzo De La Riva Lazaro ESP 2391 5

27. IM Beltran Rueda Santiago ESP 2376 5

28. FM Jimenez Fraga Pedro Alejandro CUB 2464 5

29. MK Khaidorov Viacheslav ESP 2244 5

30. WIM Papadopoulou Vera GRE 2210 5

31. FM Hjelmaas Lars NOR 2286 5

32. IM Vidarte Morales Arturo ESP 2359 5

33. Buch Prades Joan ESP 1965 5

34. Ludvigsen Frode NOR 2134 5

35. MK Capellades Subirana Marc ESP 2260 4.5

36. Deshpande Aniruddha IND 2228 4.5

37. Arvola Benjamin NOR 2207 4.5

38. Layola Barrionuevo Oriol ESP 2112 4.5

39. FM Trujillo Villega Pablo Adrian VEN 2173 4.5

40. Castaner Halster Xavier ESP 2131 4.5

41. Alberto Manuel ANG 2218 4.5

42. MK Buxade Roca Guillermo ESP 2180 4.5

43. Garcia-Castany Musellas Gal La ESP 1980 4.5

44. Valencia Jimenez Jose ESP 2032 4.5

45. Luque Castells Jordi ESP 2066 4.5

46. Amrutha Mokal IND 2042 4

47. MK Menac Comas Joan Ramon ESP 2143 4

48. Dalo Hermes VEN 2049 4

49. MK Dominguez Rueda Juan ESP 2150 4

50. Kaeding Rainer GER 2167 4

51. Do Santos Julio Joao Manuel ANG 2104 4

52. Anuprita Patil IND 2048 4

53. Lluverol Torrents Salvador ESP 2025 4

54. Mila Tejera Jordi ESP 2061 4

55. MK Regue Farran Enric ESP 2038 4

56. MK Avila Jimenez Javier ESP 2257 3.5

57. FM Hernandez Ivan PER 2360 3.5

58. FM Lasinskas Povilas LTU 2148 3.5

59. Duran Vallverdu Juan ESP 1992 3.5

60. Sarto Ramos Angel ESP 2030 3.5

61. Luke Brezmes Cristofer ESP 2074 3.5

62. NM Ridameya Tatche Jose Miguel ESP 2072 3.5

63. De Rijk Nils NED 2047 3

64. Bru Rullo Llatzer ESP 1971 3

65. Layola Barrionuevo Javier ESP 2115 3

66. MK Coll Enriquez Lluis ESP 2190 3

67. Eguia Cambero Ignacio ESP 1959 3

68. Vigo Allepuz David ESP 2073 3

69. Aalbersberg Kroon Pedro ESP 1917 3

70. Guix Torres David ESP 2019 3

71. Llaverias Sanmarti Lliberto ESP 2041 3

72. Rodriguez Blazquez Marcelo ESP 1859 3

73. Costa Vincenzo ESP 1916 2.5

74. Velez Romero Juan Luis ESP 1939 2.5

75. Montell Zabay Alberto ESP 2061 2

76. Lloveras Espin Josep ESP 1971 2

77. Serra Vilaro Agustin ESP 1883 2

78. Cucurull Llobet Bartolome ESP 1971 2

79. FM Rios Cristhian Camilo COL 2424 1

80. Seto Salvia Carles ESP 0 1

81. MK Castells Briones Miquel ESP 2002 1

82. Quero Ortega Juan ESP 1873 1

83. IM Estrada Nieto Julian MEX 2297 0

84. Heng Jim FRA 2047 0

85. Goris Ton NED 2005 0