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🏆 6th European Individual Championship (2005)

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Player: Dmitry Bocharov

 page 1 of 1; 12 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. D Bocharov vs C Maier  ½-½4320056th European Individual ChampionshipE67 King's Indian, Fianchetto
2. M Lanzani vs D Bocharov  0-13320056th European Individual ChampionshipB48 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
3. D Bocharov vs Nisipeanu 0-14820056th European Individual ChampionshipE32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
4. S Loeffler vs D Bocharov  ½-½5120056th European Individual ChampionshipA04 Reti Opening
5. D Bocharov vs S Maze  0-13120056th European Individual ChampionshipD21 Queen's Gambit Accepted
6. T Abergel vs D Bocharov 0-14220056th European Individual ChampionshipB31 Sicilian, Rossolimo Variation
7. D Bocharov vs B Kovacevic  1-04220056th European Individual ChampionshipE00 Queen's Pawn Game
8. M Bartel vs D Bocharov  0-17320056th European Individual ChampionshipB30 Sicilian
9. D Bocharov vs Bologan  1-05920056th European Individual ChampionshipD41 Queen's Gambit Declined, Semi-Tarrasch
10. Eljanov vs D Bocharov  1-02720056th European Individual ChampionshipE11 Bogo-Indian Defense
11. Van Wely vs D Bocharov  ½-½4020056th European Individual ChampionshipE34 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, Noa Variation
12. D Bocharov vs A Graf  1-06320056th European Individual ChampionshipA41 Queen's Pawn Game (with ...d6)
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Kibitzer's Corner
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Jul-02-05  Maroczy: According to the site there are tie breaks today for places in the world championship matches. These are scheduled for 1:30 local time so 7:30a for us on the east coast. However, the live transmission has been eratic.
Jul-02-05  niemzo: <Ezzy> I think the one who was outclassed was Beliavsky.
Jul-02-05  azaris: Ivanchuk won his first round games and is now locked in struggle with Aronian.
Jul-02-05  azaris: The first tiebreak game for the bronze medal between Karjakin and Aronian has ended in a draw. Sergei has White for the other game.
Jul-02-05  arifattar: How is Radjabov doing?
Jul-02-05  azaris: <arifattar> What? He already won silver!
Jul-02-05  arifattar: Sorry. I came late into the discussion. Thanks.
Jul-02-05  Knight13: How much money did the winner of this tournament get?
Jul-02-05  Jafar219: Main prizes (in Euros):

Place
1 20000
2 16000
3 12000
4 8000
5 5200
9 2800
10 2600

Jul-02-05  azaris: The rapid games were drawn, they're now playing blitz. Aronian won the first game.
Jul-02-05  Knight13: 20000 Euros = How many US dollars?
Jul-02-05  ughaibu: Knight13: don't you know what Google is?
Jul-02-05  Jafar219: 20000 euro = 25000 dollars.
Jul-02-05  azaris: The top five are:

1. Nisipeanu
2. Radjabov
3. Aronian
4. Karjakin
5. Ivanchuk

Jul-02-05  Knight13: (Last two posts has been deleted due to embarrasments)
Jul-02-05  Hesam7: <chessgames.com> Round 13 is still missing here.
Jul-03-05  Ezzy: All the 3 young stars had a successful tournament!!

Radjabov would of gained about 20 elo points for this tournament!

Karjakin gained about 21 elo points!

Carlson gained about 23 elo points!

Pantsulaia gained 38 points!!

Bologon would have lost about 20 points??

<fgh> Sokolov would have gained 2 elo points - The average rating of his opponents was only 2561

Jul-03-05  farrooj: how do you find how many points you win? I never knew how to calculate it.
Jul-03-05  jamesmaskell: http://www.fide.com Go to the handbook area. No doubt the ELO calculations bit is in there somewhere.
Jul-03-05  capablancakarpov: <farrooj>Here you have the link:

http://www.fide.com/ratings/calcula...

Jul-03-05  farrooj: thanks man, it's totally cool!
Jul-03-05  capablancakarpov: And here is the link to the rating change calculator:

http://www.fide.com/ratings/calcula...

Jul-04-05  VishyFan: Nisipeanu is all set to enter the 2700+ club in the october list, he's now 2679 and set to gain 26 ELO from this tournament. Also, Radjabov will be entering the 2700 club..... Notable changes from this tournament......

Ivanchuk +4
Bologan -20
Radjabov +20
Nisipeanu +26
Milov +17
Nielsen -18
Karjakin +21
Beliavsky +21
Asrian +25
Petrosian -17
Carlsen +22

Jul-04-05  jamesmaskell: Bologan and Nielsen had a bad tournament. Petrosian too. There were always going to be big players finding it hard.
Jul-04-05  shortsight: Petrosian? Please be noted that this Petrosian is born in 1984, frequented playchess server, not the Petrosian that Fischer faced.
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