ETCC R07: Daniel King analyses Grischuk-Fressinet

11/21/2015 – In the top pairing of round 7 Russia faced France. In a very tense match everything was possible. The board 2 pairing Grischuk vs Fressinet decided the match whilst all other games were drawn. English Grandmaster Daniel King looks at this game in detail. Click here for more...

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Video analysis Grischuk vs Fressinet

Team pairings and results of round seven

No. Sd Team
Pts.
MP
Res.
:
Res.
MP
Pts.
Team Sd
1 4 France
15
10
:
11
16
Russia 1
2 13 Latvia
15
8
2
:
2
9
16
Azerbaijan 3
3 17 Georgia
15
8
:
8
13½
Ukraine 2
4 14 Spain
14
8
:
8
14½
Hungary 7
5 8 Poland
13½
8
1
:
3
8
14½
Armenia 6
6 9 Netherlands
13
7
3
:
1
7
13
England 5
7 12 Czech Republic
13½
7
:
7
12½
Germany 10
8 16 Croatia
12½
6
0
:
4
6
11
Serbia 15
9 31 Finland
11
6
1
:
3
6
12½
Italy 23
10 11 Norway
12½
6
3
:
1
6
11½
Greece 18
11 20 Romania
13½
6
:
6
12½
Moldova 25
12 24 Iceland
11
5
1
:
3
5
11½
Turkey 19
13 22 Sweden
11
5
3
:
1
5
12
Slovenia 21
14 28 Switzerland
11½
5
3
:
1
5
11
Montenegro 29
15 33 Lithuania
10
5
2
:
2
4
9
Iceland Legends 27
16 32 Belgium
3
3
:
1
4
Faroe Islands 34
17 26 Austria
11½
3
4
:
0
2
9
Kosovo* 36
18 30 Denmark
2
4
:
0
1
3
Scotland 35

Full board results of round seven

Rankings after seven rounds

Rk. SNo FED Team
  + 
  = 
  – 
 TB1 
 TB2   TB3 
1 1 RUS Russia
6
1
0
13
135,0 18,5
2 4 FRA France
4
2
1
10
124,5 16,5
3 3 AZE Azerbaijan
4
2
1
10
118,0 18,0
4 6 ARM Armenia
4
2
1
10
111,5 17,5
5 17 GEO Georgia
4
2
1
10
108,5 17,5
6 7 HUN Hungary
4
2
1
10
108,0 17,0
7 10 GER Germany
4
1
2
9
97,0 15,0
8 13 LAT Latvia
4
1
2
9
91,0 17,0
9 9 NED Netherlands
4
1
2
9
88,5 16,0
10 2 UKR Ukraine
4
0
3
8
111,0 15,0
11 14 ESP Spain
4
0
3
8
108,0 15,5
12 8 POL Poland
3
2
2
8
101,5 14,5
13 23 ITA Italy
3
2
2
8
101,0 15,5
14 15 SRB Serbia
3
2
2
8
97,5 15,0
15 11 NOR Norway
4
0
3
8
88,0 15,5
16 25 MDA Moldova
3
2
2
8
86,0 15,0
17 5 ENG England
2
3
2
7
104,0 14,0
18 12 CZE Czech Republic
2
3
2
7
82,5 15,0
19 19 TUR Turkey
3
1
3
7
76,5 14,5
20 22 SWE Sweden
3
1
3
7
75,5 14,0
21 28 SUI Switzerland
3
1
3
7
74,5 14,5
22 16 CRO Croatia
2
2
3
6
73,0 12,5
23 31 FIN Finland
3
0
4
6
70,5 12,0
24 20 ROU Romania
2
2
3
6
69,5 15,0
25 18 GRE Greece
2
2
3
6
69,0 12,5
26 33 LTU Lithuania
2
2
3
6
61,5 12,0
27 29 MNE Montenegro
1
3
3
5
81,0 12,0
28 21 SLO Slovenia
2
1
4
5
69,5 13,0
29 26 AUT Austria
2
1
4
5
63,0 15,5
30 24 ISL Iceland
2
1
4
5
61,0 12,0
31 27 ISL Iceland Legends
2
1
4
5
53,0 11,0
32 32 BEL Belgium
2
1
4
5
41,5 11,5
33 30 DEN Denmark
2
0
5
4
59,0 12,5
34 34 FAI Faroe Islands
2
0
5
4
25,5 9,5
35 36 KOS Kosovo*
1
0
6
2
41,5 9,0
36 35 SCO Scotland
0
1
6
1
14,5 3,0

Daniel King: Mr. Powerplay

Daniel King during a visit in Hamburg

Grandmaster Daniel King has been a professional chess player for more than 20 years and has represented his country in numerous competitions, amongst others in the historic win by the English over the Soviet Union in 1990 in Reykjavik. King is the author of more than 15 chess books and has wealth of experience as a trainer, assisting many of England’s leading players. He is also well known for his broadcasting on TV, radio and the internet, commentating major chess events. To the delight of chess fans worldwide, he hosts his monthly "Powerplay" show on the world's largest chess server, Playchess.com. He contributes to ChessBase Magazine, with the popular column "Move by Move". King has also produced the highly praised PowerPlay DVD series for ChessBase. King lives in London.

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