Baryshpolets wins 13th Parsvnath Delhi open

by Niklesh Kumar Jain
1/20/2015 – Grandmaster Andrey Baryshpolets of Ukraine won the 13th Parsvanth Delhi International Grandmasters tournament defeating Deepan Chakkravarthy in the tenth and final round. It was a three-way tie for the top spot and Baryshpolets was followed by Ivan Popov of Russia and Alberto David of Italy who finished second and third respectively on 8.0/10. Final report.

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Every chess player want to ensure victory in final round so that they can go home with a good memory

I have seen many International Open Tournaments but in the final round always see the top ten boards drawing most of their games with few exceptions. Here, on the contrary, eight of the top ten boards ended in decisive games, throwing the predictions of the pundits up in the air.

Round 10 results

Bd
Ti.
Name
Rtg
Pts
Result
Pts
Ti.
Name
Rtg
1
GM
Mozharov Mikhail
2557
7.5
0 - 1
7
GM
David Alberto
2572
2
GM
Popov Ivan
2622
7
1 - 0
7
IM
Nguyen Van Huy
2445
3
GM
Deepan Chakkravarthy J.
2484
7
0 - 1
7
GM
Baryshpolets Andrey
2541
4
GM
Kunte Abhijit
2486
6.5
½ - ½
6.5
GM
Demchenko Anton
2611
5
GM
Cruz Cristhian
2546
6.5
1 - 0
6.5
IM
Rathnakaran K.
2387
6
IM
Saptarshi Roy
2448
6.5
0 - 1
6.5
GM
Nguyen Duc Hoa
2518
7
 
Krishna C.R.G.
2350
6.5
0 - 1
6.5
GM
Rombaldoni Axel
2509
8
GM
Neelotpal Das
2437
6.5
½ - ½
6.5
GM
Debashis Das
2503
9
 
Gusain Himal
2322
6.5
0 - 1
6
GM
Gupta Abhijeet
2631
10
IM
Shivananda B.S.
2305
6
0 - 1
6
GM
Brunello Sabino
2552

Winner grandmaster Andrey Baryshpolets of Ukraine. After his victory,
he said, "I am very happy, and this is very good for me. My next tournament
is Cappelle-la-Grande and I hope I will continue with my current form."

GM Ivan Popov of Russia also had to work hard but eventually prevailed
over Van Huy Nguyen of Vietnam. It is never easy to finish second or joint
first in a GM open when you start with a first round loss, "I am very happy
and satisfied with my second place", Popov said

GM Alberto David of Italy won his last three games in a row, including a victory over Mikhail
Mozharov of Russia in round ten and finished third on tiebreak

How would you feel after being the tournament leader most of the time, including just before
the final round, but finishing only fourth because of a last round loss? It was a tough final day
as overnight sole leader Mikhail Mozharov of Russia was outdone by David, who won a fine
game with the black pieces. “I am very disappointed since I played really well in the tournament
but just couldn’t finish well."

Deepan Challravarthy had the consolation of finishing as the best performing Indian as he
finished tenth with 7.0/10 despite losing the last round.

Top seed Abhijeet Gupta won his last round game against Himal Gusain to end eleventh on 7.0/10.
After a slump midway in the tournament Gupta recovered a little to win the last three rounds.

24-year-old WIM Irina Andrenko from Ukraine scored 5.0/10

IM Himanshu Sharma finished in 35th with 6.0/10

WGM Swathi Ghate (2188) finished with 6.0/10 and a 2361 performance, earning 46 Elo

GM Abhijit Kunte finished in fourteenth place

IM N Srinath in deep thought, one of the leaders in the seventh round,
could not keep the momentum and finished 20th

The norms

As many as five International Master norms were secured in the tournament
and the biggest gainer was C R G Krishna who became an International Master
after his performance here.

Among the other norms was one by Aniruddha Deshpandey rated only 2157 who scored 5.5/10

Abhishek Kelkar also earned an IM norm for his 6.0/10

Ravi Teja, 22 years old, also scored 6.0/10 and earned an IM norm

Finally, M Kunal (2336) scored 5.5/10 against six grandmasters and one international master for an IM norm

The prize winners

The ‘C’ category of the festival was won by young talent from Delhi Vardan Nagpal who won
a cash prize of Rs. 1.25 Lakhs (about US$2000) for his efforts. Interestingly the second place
in this section was also won by local youngster Rishabh Jain who won Rs. 100000 (US$1600).

Andrey Baryshpolets of Ukraine winner of  the 13th Parsvanth International Grandmasters
chess tournament receiving award with the  Rs. 300000 (US$4800).

Delhi Vardan Nagpal, winner of the 'C' event with GM Andrey Baryshpolets

Andrey Barshpolets with second place winner, Ivan Popov

Summary In Hindi

काफी उतार चढ़ाव से भरे रहे अंतिम चक्र के बाद अंततः उक्रेन के एंडी बरयशोपलेट्स ने तेरहवाँ पार्श्वनाथ अंतराष्ट्रीय ग्रांड मास्टर शतरंज खिताब अपने नाम कर लिया और प्रतियोगिता में भारत की आखिरी उम्मीद दीपन चक्रवर्ती को पराजित करते हुये तीन लाख रुपए और साथ ही साथ चमचमाती ट्रॉफी पर भी कब्जा जमा लिया । उन्होने कहा की “ मै ये खिताब जीतकर बहुत  खुश हूँ और मै उम्मीद करता हूँ की फ़्रांस मै होने वाले मशहूर केपल ग्रांड टूर्नामेंट जो की मेरा अगला लक्ष्य है उसमे भी में बेहतर प्रदर्शन करूंगा “ । दूसरे स्थान पर चेन्नई ओपन के विजेता रूस के  इवान पोपोव रहे जो पहला चक्र हारने के बाद लगातार बेहतर खेले और एक बार भी पीछे की तरफ नहीं देखा उन्होने कहा “ मै पहले चक्र के बाद बेहद थका हुआ महसूस कर रहा था मुझे लगता है की मै काफी संतुष्ट हूँ दूसरा स्थान हासिल करके “ तीसरा स्थान हासिल किया इटली के ग्रांड मास्टर डेविड अल्बर्टो नें जिसमे शामिल थी उनकी अंतिम तीन चक्रो की शानदार जीत खासतौर पर अंतिम चक्र में पहले बोर्ड पर उन्होने प्रतियोगिता में एकल बढ़त बनाए हुए रूस के ग्रांड मास्टर मोझरोव मिखाइल को पराजित कर उन्हे पहले से चौंथे  स्थान पर पहुंचा दिया । मोझरोव मिखाइल ने कहा की “ मै बहुत ही निराश हूँ मैंने इस प्रतियोगिता में अच्छा खेल दिखाया पर अंतिम क्षणो में शायद मै गलती कर बैठा और खिताब से चूक गया “ । भारतीय खिलाड़ियों में दीपन चक्रवर्ती दसवे स्थान पर रहे अंतिम चक्र की हार ने शायद उनसे भी खिताब को जीतने का सुनहरा मौका छीन लिया ।  अभिजीत जो की पूर्व विजेता थे और शीर्ष वरीयता प्राप्त खिलाड़ी भी 11 वे स्थान पर रहे वो प्रतियोगिता की शुरुआत से ही अपनी लय में नहीं दिखे उम्मीद है वो आने वाले टूर्नामेंट में अच्छा खेल दिखाएंगे । भारत के सीआरजी कृष्णा अब अंतराष्ट्रीय मास्टर बन गए है उन्हे बधाई । भारत के ही अनिरुद्ध देशपांडे ,अभिषेक केलकर ,रवि तेजा  और एम कुनाल को अंतराष्ट्रीय मास्टर नार्म मिलने पर बधाई । 30 लाख इनामी राशि के साथ 1343 प्रतिभागियों की मौजूदगी ने एक बार फिर पार्श्वनाथ अंतराष्ट्रीय ग्रांड मास्टर शतरंज टूर्नामेंट को भारत का सबसे बड़ा और सबसे सफल आयोजन बना दिया आयोजको को भी सफल आयोजन पर बहुत बधाई ।
आपका
निकलेश जैन 

Special thanks to IA Gopakumar & Mr Rajesh Nattakom

Final standings

Rk
SNo
Ti.
Name
FED
Rtg
Pts
 TB 
1
8
GM
Baryshpolets Andrey
UKR
2541
8.0
59.5
2
2
GM
Popov Ivan
RUS
2622
8.0
58.0
3
4
GM
David Alberto
ITA
2572
8.0
55.5
4
5
GM
Mozharov Mikhail
RUS
2557
7.5
61.0
5
7
GM
Cruz Cristhian
PER
2546
7.5
55.0
6
12
GM
Nguyen Duc Hoa
VIE
2518
7.5
52.5
7
14
GM
Rombaldoni Axel
ITA
2509
7.5
52.0
8
27
IM
Nguyen Van Huy
VIE
2445
7.0
60.0
9
3
GM
Demchenko Anton
RUS
2611
7.0
60.0
10
20
GM
Deepan Chakkravarthy J.
IND
2484
7.0
59.0
11
1
GM
Gupta Abhijeet
IND
2631
7.0
57.0
12
28
GM
Neelotpal Das
IND
2437
7.0
56.0
13
16
GM
Debashis Das
IND
2503
7.0
54.5
14
19
GM
Kunte Abhijit
IND
2486
7.0
54.0
15
30
IM
Sunilduth Lyna Narayanan
IND
2437
7.0
53.0
16
32
IM
Karthikeyan P.
IND
2435
7.0
52.5
17
6
GM
Brunello Sabino
ITA
2552
7.0
52.0
18
31
IM
Prasanna Raghuram Rao
IND
2436
7.0
51.0
19
44
 
Krishna C.R.G.
IND
2350
6.5
60.5
20
21
IM
Narayanan Srinath
IND
2477
6.5
57.5
21
35
IM
Satyapragyan Swayangsu
IND
2410
6.5
57.0
22
40
IM
Rathnakaran K.
IND
2387
6.5
54.0
23
50
 
Gusain Himal
IND
2322
6.5
54.0
24
25
IM
Saptarshi Roy
IND
2448
6.5
53.5
25
15
GM
Rahman Ziaur
BAN
2507
6.5
52.5
26
17
GM
Neverov Valeriy
UKR
2501
6.5
52.0
27
45
 
Visakh Nr
IND
2346
6.5
51.5
28
34
IM
Swapnil S. Dhopade
IND
2424
6.5
50.0
29
18
GM
Shyam Sundar M.
IND
2489
6.5
49.5
30
11
GM
Gasanov Eldar
UKR
2520
6.5
48.0

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Topics Delhi Open, India

FIDE Instructor Niklesh Kumar Jain Jain is an international chess player who has participated in tournaments in almost in 20 different countries, winning the international tournament in Sri Lanka in 2010. He also worked for a television network as an anchor and news writer for two years, and reported in Hindi during World Chess Championship 2013 and 2014. Niklesh loves to write about tournaments and do interviews with chess champions. He has ambitions to become a grandmaster, but at the same time loves to train young talent. He strongly believes chess should be the part of every school curriculum, to face the challenges of the 21st century.
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Niklesh Niklesh 1/23/2015 03:00
Its simply missed in final report dear but ya you can find Cruz in my second. Report links given just before this conversation I photo and video .
XChess1971 XChess1971 1/22/2015 06:25
What about the 5th place? Not even a mention or a picture?
iComeInPeace iComeInPeace 1/21/2015 11:32
One Indian in top 10... Rework training methods... Chinese wouldn't take this kind of result on their home soil
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