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TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
Poikovsky Tournament

Sergey Karjakin7/11(+4 -1 =6)[games]
Viktor Antonovich Bologan7/11(+4 -1 =6)[games]
Dmitry Jakovenko6.5/11(+4 -2 =5)[games]
Nikita Vitiugov6.5/11(+3 -1 =7)[games]
Alexander Riazantsev6/11(+2 -1 =8)[games]
Alexander Onischuk5.5/11(+1 -1 =9)[games]
Ivan Sokolov5/11(+3 -4 =4)[games]
Baadur Aleksandrovich Jobava5/11(+1 -2 =8)[games]
Emil Davidovich Sutovsky5/11(+2 -3 =6)[games]
Arkadij Naiditsch4.5/11(+1 -3 =7)[games]
Alexander Motylev4/11(+0 -3 =8)[games]
Sergei Vladimirovich Rublevsky4/11(+0 -3 =8)[games]

 page 2 of 3; games 26-50 of 66  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
26. Vitiugov vs Karjakin 1-0692010Poikovsky TournamentE55 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Gligoric System, Bronstein Variation
27. Jobava vs Rublevsky  ½-½152010Poikovsky TournamentD27 Queen's Gambit Accepted, Classical
28. Sutovsky vs Motylev  ½-½212010Poikovsky TournamentC67 Ruy Lopez
29. Naiditsch vs Onischuk  ½-½562010Poikovsky TournamentC84 Ruy Lopez, Closed
30. I Sokolov vs Jakovenko 1-0422010Poikovsky TournamentE46 Nimzo-Indian
31. Onischuk vs Bologan  ½-½542010Poikovsky TournamentE32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
32. A Riazantsev vs I Sokolov 1-0332010Poikovsky TournamentD10 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
33. Jakovenko vs Vitiugov  1-0432010Poikovsky TournamentD45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
34. Rublevsky vs Naiditsch  ½-½732010Poikovsky TournamentC45 Scotch Game
35. Motylev vs Karjakin ½-½172010Poikovsky TournamentC67 Ruy Lopez
36. Sutovsky vs Jobava ½-½592010Poikovsky TournamentB65 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack, 7...Be7 Defense, 9...Nxd4
37. Vitiugov vs A Riazantsev  ½-½542010Poikovsky TournamentE34 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa Variation
38. Karjakin vs Jakovenko ½-½442010Poikovsky TournamentC67 Ruy Lopez
39. I Sokolov vs Onischuk  ½-½292010Poikovsky TournamentD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
40. Naiditsch vs Sutovsky 1-0352010Poikovsky TournamentB90 Sicilian, Najdorf
41. Jobava vs Motylev  1-0582010Poikovsky TournamentC42 Petrov Defense
42. Bologan vs Rublevsky ½-½432010Poikovsky TournamentB46 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
43. Motylev vs Jakovenko 0-1252010Poikovsky TournamentB30 Sicilian
44. Rublevsky vs I Sokolov 0-1332010Poikovsky TournamentC45 Scotch Game
45. Sutovsky vs Bologan  ½-½432010Poikovsky TournamentB18 Caro-Kann, Classical
46. A Riazantsev vs Karjakin 0-1492010Poikovsky TournamentE15 Queen's Indian
47. Jobava vs Naiditsch  ½-½242010Poikovsky TournamentE24 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch
48. Onischuk vs Vitiugov  ½-½682010Poikovsky TournamentD38 Queen's Gambit Declined, Ragozin Variation
49. Bologan vs Jobava 1-0422010Poikovsky TournamentB12 Caro-Kann Defense
50. I Sokolov vs Sutovsky 0-1532010Poikovsky TournamentD86 Grunfeld, Exchange
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Jun-09-10  zluria: Scratch that - Motylev lost. I take it back, Motylev is a drawing pawn.
Jun-09-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  PhilFeeley: Does anybody have any idea what went on in today's Bologan-Rublevsky game? It seems they were headed for a sure draw but a couple of odd moves at the end meant Rublevsky could have snatched a win out of it. They were beyond time control (I think); moves 42 and 43 were the odd ones. Any suggestions? Bad transmission?

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nc6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Nxc6 bxc6 7. Bd3 d5 8. O-O Nf6 9. Qe2 Be7 10. Na4 O-O 11. c4 Bb7 12. Bf4 dxe4 13. Bxe4 Nxe4 14. Qxe4 Qa5 15. c5 Rad8 16. Rac1 Qb5 17. Rc4 a5 18. Nc3 Qa6 19. Ra4 Bxc5 20. Bc7 Bb4 21. Bxd8 Rxd8 22. a3 Bf8 23. Rd1 c5 24. Qc2 Rb8 25. Rg4 Bc6 26. Rg3 Qb7 27. Rd2 g6 28. Qd1 Be7 29. Rgd3 Bg5 30. Rc2 c4 31. Rd4 Bf6 32. Rxc4 Bxg2 33. Qg4 Qb3 34. Kxg2 Qxc2 35. Qf4 Qb3 36. Rc7 Kg7 37. Ne4 Qxb2 38. Ng5 Kg8 39. Ne4 Kg7 40. Ng5 Kg8 41. Nxf7 Rf8 42. Qg4 Qd4 43. Qf4 Rb8 ˝-˝

Jun-09-10  smaragdus: Jobava punished Petrov, good day for chess.
Jun-09-10  messachess: Karjakin has had only three whites in 7 games, but he has to, obviously, win with black if he wants to break into the top 5 some day. The question is how serious is he about it.
Jun-09-10  AuN1: <<messachess: Karjakin has had only three whites in 7 games, but he has to, obviously, win with black if he wants to break into the top 5 some day. The question is how serious is he about it.>>

are you kidding me? what did you expect karjakin to do in the round 6 game when his opponent went for a draw, as white, on the 14th move?

Jun-10-10  messachess: <AuN1> I didn't play over the game. The point is (and I'm a Karjakin fan) that he needs to get very serious to get to the top, and there are many that think he has the potential. That means one thing and one thing only: winning.
Jun-10-10  messachess: ...and not losing--being nearly impossible to beat. That's the top.
Jun-10-10  Troller: Rianzantsev-Karjakin after 18.Bxd5:


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According to online Stockfish, 18..Bxd5 is the only viable move, giving Black some advantage.

Jun-10-10  Don Cossacks: Jakovenko beat Motylev who suffered his second straight loss:(
Jun-10-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: in Onischuk-Vitiugov game, a case of blunder to blunder!

32.Rd3??
Onischuk should have taken the unsupported rook on d3, he may be thinking of a swindle instead he replied with 32...Rb7??

watta game!

Jun-10-10  Troller: <wordfunph> I think there has been some relay errors, those suggested moves are not possible from the score given now.

Black won 3-0 today, two games drawn. Three players have a plus score; Jakovenko may have trouble winning stuff like Tal Memorial or Corus, but in this tournament he shows he is not just the ordinary super-GM.

Jun-10-10  frogbert: karjakin touches top 10 in the live list after today's update. i think that's a first for him. :o)
Jun-11-10  Troller: Jakovenko has the White pieces against Riazantsev today, but got nothing from the opening, may even be slightly worse.

Rublevsky is in deep trouble vs. Vitiugov, probably he missed the following tactics:


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After 15.Rxa7 Nxa7 Black would be somewhat worse, but White played <15.Ne5!> with a likely winning position. Now, 3 moves later, still some tactics are looming, so nothing is certain, but Vitiugov has plenty time and should be able to find a win.

Jun-11-10  Troller: Bologan has an extra pawn and better position against Jobava, a likely win for him. Sokolov got in some prep as White against Sutovsky's Grünfeld, but so far Black is OK.

Karjakin-Onischuk looks pretty drawish - and meanwhile Jako-Riazantsev has been drawn, so it seems the tournament leaders are still within reach of the Grupetto.

Jun-11-10  Don Cossacks: Bologan punished Jobava's Caro-Kann.Good day for chess.
Jun-11-10  Troller: <Don Cossacks: Bologan punished Jobava's Caro-Kann.Good day for chess.> Not if you like to play the C-K...A funny way of handling the Advance Variation by Jobava, he never bothered with playing c6-c5; instead he ended up with this:


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Black's knights and rooks are obviously close to their optimal squares here.

Jun-11-10  frogbert: those coordinated pieces in that c-k remind me of one of the more hilarious french positions i've seen:


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black's previous move was nc7-a8 in response to bxh6! obviously it didn't do much to stop qg5 with mate to follow. needless to say, this game was not played at a very high level. :o)

Jun-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: <Troller: <wordfunph> I think there has been some relay errors, those suggested moves are not possible from the score given now.>

thanks! indeed transmission error..

Jun-11-10  AuN1: karjakin's victory over riazantzev in round 8 was superlative. just as good as grischuk over gashimov at the world team championships.
Jun-13-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  kurtrichards: The last round produced full point for Karjakin and Bologan against their respective opponents and both earned 7 points over all to tie for first but Karjakin emerges as the Poikovsky Karpov 2010 Tournament champion on a superior tie break. Congratulations Sergey Karjakin and to all participants!

http://www.chess.co.uk/twic/live

Jun-13-10  chislanoua: Bravo, Viorel-Victor Bologan! 3 points in the last three games is a wonderful achievement!
Jun-13-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  wordfunph: congrats Sergey and Viktor!
Jun-13-10  Don Cossacks: Bravo Sergey!You added another feather in your cap.Karjakin would be Russia's brightest hope for WC title in the near future.BTW,Russia will smoke the field in the upcoming Olympiad,mark my words.
Jun-15-10  Chessforeva: 3D games: http://chessforeva.appspot.com/C0_p...
Jun-17-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  kingfu: This is a quite amazing tourney when the bottom three guys, who average about 2700 rating, have one win in eleven games.

Oh BTW, the French is one win and three draws!

How come Korchnoi was not invited?

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