Corus 11: Leko favourite to win Wijk

1/28/2005 – Peter Leko beat Lazaro Bruzon to take a commanding lead and has become the clear favourite to win the Corus tournament. Peter Svidler and Alexander Morozevich got into an insane battle which ended in a draw. Kramnik pressed very hard against Grischuk, but the latter found a miracle save. Full report.

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Corus Chess Tournament
Wijk aan Zee 14 – 30 January 2005

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The event is being held from January 14 to 30 at the De Moriaan Community Centre in Wijk aan Zee, Holland. There are three main tournaments, all 14-player round robins, starting at 13.30 Central European Time. The rest days are on Jan. 19, 24 and 27. The rate of play is 40/2, 20/1 and 30 minutes to finish the game (group C 40/2 plus 1 hour for the rest). The games can be watched on the official live coverage site or watched and discussed with other chess fans on the Playchess.com server.

Round eleven


The playing hall with the three groups and the big open


The public following the games of the open and of the top groups


Judit Polgar up close in her game against Vishy Anand

Polgar-Anand was the first game to end. It was an even-tempered Petroff, with Anand later saying that he had decided to play a normal game, and not go for victory at any cost. He said that if he didn't win this tournament it would not be because of defensive play against Judit Polgar, but because of his draw in round ten against Loek van Wely.


Ponomariov vs Short, with a 14-year-old GM kibitzer from Norway

Ponomariov-Short looked very dangerous for Black, but the British GM played well in a variation that he had tested against Garry Kasparov in their World Championship match eleven years ago. Nigel Short said that the game had been very sharp, to which Ponomariov said "Yes, but only for him."


Pono and Nigel analysing after the game

Van Wely-Adams saw White entertaining hopes of victory, especially in the second half of the game. But it was not to be and the game ened in a 43-move draw.


Top Dutch GM Loek van Wely drew against Michael Adams

Sokolov-Topalov was a long drawn out 76 move struggle, with Black missing some good chances and White pressing for a win in the seventh hour.

Sokolov,I (2685) - Topalov,V (2757) [E70]
Corus A Wijk aan Zee NED (11), 28.01.2005

Position after 57...Ne2-g1

Here Topalov played 57...Nc5, but 57...Bd1 looks more compelling. The threat is 58.-- Ng3+ 59.Kf2 Rxb3, so 58.Rh3 Rxh3 59.Nxh3 Bxb3 with Bxc4 to follow. The game continues 58.Rh4 Bf5 59.Kf2 Rxb3 (from now on it was Sokolov who was pressing) 60.Rxb3 Nxb3 61.Nf3+ Kf6 62.Ke3 Bd7 63.Rf4+ Kg7 64.Nd4 Nc5 65.Kd2 Kg8 66.Ne6 Nxe6 67.dxe6 Bxe6 68.Rd4 Kf7 69.Rxd6 Bxc4 70.Rxh6 b5 71.axb5 Bxb5 72.Rg6 Be8 73.Rg1 Kf6 74.h6 Bg6 75.Rf1+ Kg5 76.Ra1 ½-½.


Lazaro Bruzon, suffering under the Hungarian torture in the Ruy

Leko vs Bruzon was another Ruy Lopez in which Peter Leko, who has played the Spanish Opening in all six of his white games, came up with an imaginative line. His Cuban opponent was soon in trouble, and in spite of a one-hour think on move 21 could not find an adaquate defence. The game ended a few moves later with yet another win for Leko, who now leads the field with a full point. In the press conference after the game he was, however, defensive about the prospects of his ultimate victory. "I have to remember what happened at the world championship in Brissago," he said ruefully, "I'm not taking anything for granted until the last game is over."


Peter Leko analysing his game in the press room


The press conference was transmitted live on the Playchess.com server

Kramnik vs Grischuk was the game of the day – perhaps together with the next encounter. Early in the game it looked like an easy win fror White, then Black got good counterplay with an exchange sacrifice, but then Grischuk strayed from the straight and narrow and suddenly Kramnik was pushing hard in a rook ending with two extra pawns. Here's a position

Kramnik,V (2754) - Grischuk,A (2710) [B09]
Corus A Wijk aan Zee NED (11), 28.01.2005

Here, after 45...Ke6-f7 Kramnik played 46.Kd3, while spectators in Playchess.com were analysing 46.Kf5!? Kg7 (46...Kg8 47.g6) 47.g6 Kh6 (47...e4+ 48.Kxe4 Kxg6 #34; or 47...Kg8 48.Kg5 Kg7 49.Ra1+–) 48.Ra1 Kg7 (48...e4+ 49.Kxe4 Kxg6 #33) 49.Kg5 Ra6 (49...e4+ 50.Kf4 Kxg6 51.Kxe4 #39; 49...Kg8 50.Kh6 e4 51.Rb1 Ra8 52.a5 e3 53.a6 e2 54.a7 Re8 55.Re1 Kf8 56.Rxe2+-) 50.a5 Rxg6+ 51.Kf5 Ra6 52.Kxe5 #25]

46...Kg6 47.Kc4 Kxg5 48.Kb4 Ra6 49.a5 e4 50.Kc4? 50.Kc3! Rd6 (50...Kf5 51.Kd4+-; 50...Kg4 51.Kd4+-) 51.Kc4! Zugzwang! 51...Ra6 (51...Kg4 52.a6+-; 51...Re6 52.Kd4+-) 52.Kd4 Kf5 53.Ke3 Rg6 54.Kf2 Ra6 55.Ra4 Ke5 56.Ke3 Kf5 57.g4+ Kxg4 58.Kxe4 #28

50...Rd6 51.a6. 51.Kc5 Rd3! (51...Ra6? 52.Kd4 Kf5 53.Ra2 Rd6+ 54.Ke3+-) 52.Ra4 (52.Ra1 e3 (52...Kg4 53.a6 e3 54.a7 Rd8=) 53.a6 Kg4 (53...Rd8 54.a7 (54.Re1 Rd3=) 54...Kg4 55.Ra3 Kf3 56.Rb3=; 54.a7 Rd8 55.a8Q Rxa8 56.Rxa8 Kxg3=; 52...e3 53.Re4 Kf6 54.g4 Kg5 55.Kc4 Ra3 56.Kb4 Rd3=]

51...e3 52.a7 52.Kb5 Re6 53.a7 e2 54.Ra1 Re8=] 52...e2 53.a8Q e1Q 54.Ra5+ [54.Qg8+ Rg6 55.Qd8+ Rf6 56.Ra5+ Kg4=.

54...Kg4 55.Qg8+ Kf3 56.Qf7+ Kg2 57.Ra2+ Kg1 58.Qa7+ Kf1 59.Qf7+ Kg1 60.Qa7+ Kf1 61.Ra1 Rd1 62.Qf7+ Kg1 63.Qa7+ Kf1 64.Rxd1 Qxd1 65.Qd4 Qa4+ 66.Kd3 Qb3+ 67.Qc3 Qd5+ ½-½ [Analysis by Mathias Feist]


Kramnik and Grischuk analysing after their game

Svidler-Morozevich was the game to follow and the one you should replay. The Moscow GM Morozevich, famous for brilliant but weirdly erratic play, often tends to go for historical openings that nobody has seen in top tournament play for, oh, a hundred years or so. Today he played an incredible line in which most people gave him a 1% chance to survive agaist Svidler. But survive he did, and shocked people in the press room by going for 23...Nc2, which only Fritz believed was playable. The game was drawn in 39 moves. After the game Morozevich revealed to friends that he had got the opneing from a special database he keeps. He calls it "Crapbase" and puts in analysis he gets from obscure sources, often from amateurs. When a tournament is going badly he whips out something from this database to at least keep his opponent guessing for as long as possible.


Brilliant, weird and erratic: Alexander Morozevich

All results

Round eleven – Fri. 28.01.2005
Judit Polgar
½-½ Viswanathan Anand C42 Petroff's Defence
Ivan Sokolov
½-½ Veselin Topalov E70 King's Indian
Peter Leko
1-0 Lazaro Bruzon C99 Ruy Lopez Chigorin
Peter Svidler
½-½ Alexander Morozevich C67 Ruy Lopez Berlin
Ruslan Ponomariov
½-½ Nigel Short C73 Ruy Lopez
Vladimir Kramnik
½-½ Alexander Grischuk B09 Pirc Defence
Loek van Wely
½-½ Michael Adams E15 Queens Indian

Current standings


Groups B and C

All results

Group B Round eleven – Fri.. 28.01.2005
Peter .H. Nielsen
1-0 Daniel Stellwagen
Sergey Karjakin
1-0 Alexandra Kosteniuk
Sipke Ernst
1-0 Alejandro Ramirez
Antoaneta Stefanova
0-1 Friso Nijboer
Alexander Onischuk
½-½ Jan Smeets
Magnus Carlsen
1-0 Predrag Nikolic
S. Mamedyarov
0-1 Ivan Cheparinov
Group C Round eleven – Fri.. 28.01.2005
Evgeny Alekseev
0-1 Leon Pliester
Tea Lanchava
0-1 Vladimir Georgiev
Erwin L’Ami
½-½ Natalia Zhukova
Parimarjan Negi
1-0 Harmen Jonkman
Manuel Bosboom
1-0 Joost Wempe
Bianca Muhren
0-1 Wouter Spoelman
Zeinab Mamedjarova
0-1 Alexey Korotylev

Standings in Group B

Standings in Group C


Alexandra Kosteniuk, playing better than her nominal rating in the B Group


Reigning woman's world champion Antoneta Stefanova


The Norwegian boy GM Magnus Carlsen, third in the B-Group


In terrible form: Costa Rica's first GM Aljendro Ramirez


Natalie Zhukova, half a point behind the leaders in Group C


The youngest participant: 13-year-old Parimarjan Negi from India


All results and schedule

Round one – Sat. 15.01.2005
Alexander Grischuk
½-½ Viswanathan Anand
Nigel Short
½-½ Michael Adams
Alexander Morozevich
½-½ Loek van Wely
Lazaro Bruzon
½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Veselin Topalov
1-0 Ruslan Ponomariov
Judit Polgar
1-0 Peter Svidler
Ivan Sokolov
½-½ Peter Leko
Games
Report
Round two – Sun. 16.01.2005
Viswanathan Anand
0-1 Peter Leko
Peter Svidler
½-½ Ivan Sokolov
Ruslan Ponomariov
1-0 Judit Polgar
Vladimir Kramnik
0-1 Veselin Topalov
Loek van Wely
½-½ Lazaro Bruzon
Michael Adams
1-0 Alexander Morozevich
Alexander Grischuk
½-½ Nigel Short
Games
Report
Round three – Mon. 17.01.2005
Nigel Short
½-½ Viswanathan Anand
Alexander Morozevich
0-1 Alexander Grischuk
Lazaro Bruzon
½-½ Michael Adams
Veselin Topalov
½-½ Loek van Wely
Judit Polgar
½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Ivan Sokolov
0-1 Ruslan Ponomariov
Peter Leko
1-0 Peter Svidler
Games
Report
Round four – Tues. 18.01.2005
Viswanathan Anand
½-½ Peter Svidler
Ruslan Ponomariov
½-½ Peter Leko
Vladimir Kramnik
1-0 Ivan Sokolov
Loek van Wely
½-½ Judit Polgar
Michael Adams
1-0 Veselin Topalov
Alexander Grischuk
½-½ Lazaro Bruzon
Nigel Short
1-0 Alexander Morozevich
Games
Report
Round five – Thurs. 20.01.2005
Alexander Morozevich
0-1 Viswanathan Anand
Lazaro Bruzon
1-0 Nigel Short
Veselin Topalov
½-½ Alexander Grischuk
Judit Polgar
½-½ Michael Adams
Ivan Sokolov
½-½ Loek van Wely
Peter Leko
½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Peter Svidler
½-½ Ruslan Ponomariov
Games
Report
Round six – Fri. 21.01.2005
Viswanathan Anand
1-0 Ruslan Ponomariov
Vladimir Kramnik
1-0 Peter Svidler
Loek van Wely
½-½ Peter Leko
Michael Adams
½-½ Ivan Sokolov
Alexander Grischuk
½-½ Judit Polgar
Nigel Short
0-1 Veselin Topalov
Alexander Morozevich
0-1 Lazaro Bruzon
Games
Report
Round seven – Sat. 22.01.2005
Lazaro Bruzon
0-1 Viswanathan Anand
Veselin Topalov
½-½ Alexander Morozevich
Judit Polgar
½-½ Nigel Short
Ivan Sokolov
½-½ Alexander Grischuk
Peter Leko
½-½ Michael Adams
Peter Svidler
1-0 Loek van Wely
Ruslan Ponomariov
½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Games
Report
Round eight – Sun. 23.01.2005
Viswanathan Anand
½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Loek van Wely
½-½ Ruslan Ponomariov
Michael Adams
½-½ Peter Svidler
Alexander Grischuk
½-½ Peter Leko
Nigel Short
1-0 Ivan Sokolov
Alexander Morozevich
1-0 Judit Polgar
Lazaro Bruzon
0-1 Veselin Topalov
Games
Report
Round nine – Tues. 25.01.2005
Veselin Topalov
½-½ Viswanathan Anand
Judit Polgar
½-½ Lazaro Bruzon
Ivan Sokolov
0-1 Alexander Morozevich
Peter Leko
1-0 Nigel Short
Peter Svidler
1-0 Alexander Grischuk
Ruslan Ponomariov
½-½ Michael Adams
Vladimir Kramnik
½-½ Loek van Wely
Games
Report
Round ten – Wed 26.01.2005
Viswanathan Anand
½-½ Loek van Wely
Michael Adams
½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Alexander Grischuk
1-0 Ruslan Ponomariov
Nigel Short
½-½ Peter Svidler
Alexander Morozevich
½-½ Peter Leko
Lazaro Bruzon
1-0 Ivan Sokolov
Veselin Topalov
0-1 Judit Polgar
Games
Report
Round eleven – Fri. 28.01.2005
Judit Polgar
½-½ Viswanathan Anand
Ivan Sokolov
½-½ Veselin Topalov
Peter Leko
1-0 Lazaro Bruzon
Peter Svidler
½-½ Alexander Morozevich
Ruslan Ponomariov
½-½ Nigel Short
Vladimir Kramnik
½-½ Alexander Grischuk
Loek van Wely
½-½ Michael Adams
Games
Report
Round twelve – Sat. 29.01.2005
Viswanathan Anand
Michael Adams
Alexander Grischuk
Loek van Wely
Nigel Short
Vladimir Kramnik
Alexander Morozevich
Ruslan Ponomariov
Lazaro Bruzon
Peter Svidler
Veselin Topalov
Peter Leko
Judit Polgar
Ivan Sokolov
Games
Report
Round thirteen – Sun. 30.01.2005
Ivan Sokolov
Viswanathan Anand
Peter Leko
Judit Polgar
Peter Svidler
Veselin Topalov
Ruslan Ponomariov
Lazaro Bruzon
Vladimir Kramnik
Alexander Morozevich
Loek van Wely
Nigel Short
Michael Adams
Alexander Grischuk
Games
Report

Groups B + C

Group B Round one – Sat. 15.01.2005
Predrag Nikolic
0-1 Daniel Stellwagen
Jan Smeets
½-½ Ivan Cheparinov
Friso Nijboer
0-1 S. Mamedyarov
Alejandro Ramirez
½-½ Magnus Carlsen
Alexandra Kosteniuk
1-0 Alexander Onischuk
Peter .H. Nielsen
½-½ Antoaneta Stefanova
Sergey Karjakin
1-0 Sipke Ernst
Group C Round one – Sat. 15.01.2005
Wouter Spoelman
½-½ Leon Pliester
Joost Wempe
0-1 Alexey Korotylev
Harmen Jonkman
½-½ Zeinab Mamedjarova
Natalia Zhukova
1-0 Bianca Muhren
Vladimir Georgiev
1-0 Manuel Bosboom
Evgeny Alekseev
1-0 Parimarjan Negi
Tea Lanchava
0-1 Erwin L’Ami
Group B Round two – Sun. 16.01.2005
Ivan Cheparinov
1-0 Friso Nijboer
Alexander Onischuk
½-½ Peter .H. Nielsen
Magnus Carlsen
1-0 Alexandra Kosteniuk
Antoaneta Stefanova
½-½ Sergey Karjakin
Daniel Stellwagen
1-0 Sipke Ernst
S. Mamedyarov
1-0 Alejandro Ramirez
Predrag Nikolic
½-½ Jan Smeets
Group C Round two – Sun. 16.01.2005
Parimarjan Negi
1-0 Tea Lanchava
Alexey Korotylev
½-½ Harmen Jonkman
Wouter Spoelman
1-0 Joost Wempe
Zeinab Mamedjarova
0-1 Natalia Zhukova
Bianca Muhren
½-½ Vladimir Georgiev
Manuel Bosboom
½-½ Evgeny Alekseev
Leon Pliester
½-½ Erwin L’Ami
Group B Round three – Mon. 17.01.2005
Jan Smeets
½-½ Daniel Stellwagen
Friso Nijboer
0-1 Predrag Nikolic
Alejandro Ramirez
½-½ Ivan Cheparinov
Alexandra Kosteniuk
0-1 S. Mamedyarov
Peter .H. Nielsen
½-½ Magnus Carlsen
Sergey Karjakin
½-½ Alexander Onischuk
Sipke Ernst
0-1 Antoaneta Stefanova
Group C Round three – Mon. 17.01.2005
Joost Wempe
1-0 Leon Pliester
Harmen Jonkman
0-1 Wouter Spoelman
Natalia Zhukova
0-1 Alexey Korotylev
Vladimir Georgiev
1-0 Zeinab Mamedjarova
Evgeny Alekseev
1-0 Bianca Muhren
Tea Lanchava
1-0 Manuel Bosboom
Erwin L’Ami
1-0 Parimarjan Negi
Group B Round four – Tues. 18.01.2005
Daniel Stellwagen
½-½ Antoaneta Stefanova
Alexander Onischuk
½-½ Sipke Ernst
Magnus Carlsen
½-½ Sergey Karjakin
S. Mamedyarov
½-½ Peter .H. Nielsen
Ivan Cheparinov
½-½ Alexandra Kosteniuk
Predrag Nikolic
½-½ Alejandro Ramirez
Jan Smeets
½-½ Friso Nijboer
Group C Round four – Tues. 18.01.2005
Leon Pliester
½-½ Parimarjan Negi
Manuel Bosboom
½-½ Erwin L’Ami
Bianca Muhren
0-1 Tea Lanchava
Zeinab Mamedjarova
0-1 Evgeny Alekseev
Alexey Korotylev
½-½ Vladimir Georgiev
Wouter Spoelman
½-½ Natalia Zhukova
Joost Wempe
0-1 Harmen Jonkman
Group B Round five – Thurs. 20.01.2005
Friso Nijboer
½-½ Daniel Stellwagen
Alejandro Ramirez
0-1 Jan Smeets
Alexandra Kosteniuk
½-½ Predrag Nikolic
Peter .H. Nielsen
0-1 Ivan Cheparinov
Sergey Karjakin
½-½ S. Mamedyarov
Sipke Ernst
½-½ Magnus Carlsen
Antoaneta Stefanova
½-½ Alexander Onischuk
Group C Round five – Thurs. 20.01.2005
Harmen Jonkman
1-0 Leon Pliester
Natalia Zhukova
1-0 Joost Wempe
Vladimir Georgiev
1-0 Wouter Spoelman
Evgeny Alekseev
½-½ Alexey Korotylev
Tea Lanchava
0-1 Zeinab Mamedjarova
Erwin L’Ami
0-1 Bianca Muhren
Parimarjan Negi
½-½ Manuel Bosboom
Group B Round six – Fri.. 21.01.2005
Daniel Stellwagen
0-1 Alexander Onischuk
Magnus Carlsen
½-½ Antoaneta Stefanova
S. Mamedyarov
1-0 Sipke Ernst
Ivan Cheparinov
0-1 Sergey Karjakin
Predrag Nikolic
½-½ Peter .H. Nielsen
Jan Smeets
½-½ Alexandra Kosteniuk
Friso Nijboer
½-½ Alejandro Ramirez
Group C Round six – Fri.. 21.01.2005
Leon Pliester
½-½ Manuel Bosboom
Bianca Muhren
1-0 Parimarjan Negi
Zeinab Mamedjarova
0-1 Erwin L’Ami
Alexey Korotylev
1-0 Tea Lanchava
Wouter Spoelman
0-1 Evgeny Alekseev
Joost Wempe
0-1 Vladimir Georgiev
Harmen Jonkman
½-½ Natalia Zhukova
Group B Round seven – Sat.. 22.01.2005
Alejandro Ramirez
½-½ Daniel Stellwagen
Alexandra Kosteniuk
½-½ Friso Nijboer
Peter .H. Nielsen
1-0 Jan Smeets
Sergey Karjakin
1-0 Predrag Nikolic
Sipke Ernst
½-½ Ivan Cheparinov
Antoaneta Stefanova
0-1 S. Mamedyarov
Alexander Onischuk
½-½ Magnus Carlsen
Group C Round seven – Sat.. 22.01.2005
Natalia Zhukova
1-0 Leon Pliester
Vladimir Georgiev
½-½ Harmen Jonkman
Evgeny Alekseev
½-½ Joost Wempe
Tea Lanchava
1-0 Wouter Spoelman
Erwin L’Ami
1-0 Alexey Korotylev
Parimarjan Negi
1-0 Zeinab Mamedjarova
Manuel Bosboom
1-0 Bianca Muhren
Group B Round eight – Sun. 23.01.2005
Daniel Stellwagen
½-½ Magnus Carlsen
S. Mamedyarov
½-½ Alexander Onischuk
Ivan Cheparinov
1-0 Antoaneta Stefanova
Predrag Nikolic
0-1 Sipke Ernst
Jan Smeets
½-½ Sergey Karjakin
Friso Nijboer
½-½ Peter .H. Nielsen
Alejandro Ramirez
0-1 Alexandra Kosteniuk
Group C Round eight – Sun. 23.01.2005
Leon Pliester
0-1 Bianca Muhren
Zeinab Mamedjarova
0-1 Manuel Bosboom
Alexey Korotylev
1-0 Parimarjan Negi
Wouter Spoelman
0-1 Erwin L’Ami
Joost Wempe
0-1 Tea Lanchava
Harmen Jonkman
0-1 Evgeny Alekseev
Natalia Zhukova
½-½ Vladimir Georgiev
Group B Round nine – Tues. 25.01.2005
Alexandra Kosteniuk
0-1 Daniel Stellwagen
Peter .H. Nielsen
½-½ Alejandro Ramirez
Sergey Karjakin
1-0 Friso Nijboer
Sipke Ernst
0-1 Jan Smeets
Antoaneta Stefanova
1-0 Predrag Nikolic
Alexander Onischuk
½-½ Ivan Cheparinov
Magnus Carlsen
½-½ S. Mamedyarov
Group C Round nine – Tues. 25.01.2005
Vladimir Georgiev
1-0 Leon Pliester
Evgeny Alekseev
½-½ Natalia Zhukova
Tea Lanchava
0-1 Harmen Jonkman
Erwin L’Ami
1-0 Joost Wempe
Parimarjan Negi
½-½ Wouter Spoelman
Manuel Bosboom
0-1 Alexey Korotylev
Bianca Muhren
0-1 Zeinab Mamedjarova
Group B Round ten – Wed. 26.01.2005
Daniel Stellwagen
½-½ S. Mamedyarov
Ivan Cheparinov
0-1 Magnus Carlsen
Predrag Nikolic
½-½ Alexander Onischuk
Jan Smeets
1-0 Antoaneta Stefanova
Friso Nijboer
0-1 Sipke Ernst
Alejandro Ramirez
0-1 Sergey Karjakin
Alexandra Kosteniuk
½-½ Peter .H. Nielsen
Group C Round ten – Wed. 26.01.2005
Leon Pliester
½-½ Zeinab Mamedjarova
Alexey Korotylev
1-0 Bianca Muhren
Wouter Spoelman
1-0 Manuel Bosboom
Joost Wempe
0-1 Parimarjan Negi
Harmen Jonkman
0-1 Erwin L’Ami
Natalia Zhukova
1-0 Tea Lanchava
Vladimir Georgiev
½-½ Evgeny Alekseev
Group B Round eleven – Fri.. 28.01.2005
Peter .H. Nielsen
1-0 Daniel Stellwagen
Sergey Karjakin
1-0 Alexandra Kosteniuk
Sipke Ernst
1-0 Alejandro Ramirez
Antoaneta Stefanova
0-1 Friso Nijboer
Alexander Onischuk
½-½ Jan Smeets
Magnus Carlsen
1-0 Predrag Nikolic
S. Mamedyarov
0-1 Ivan Cheparinov
Group C Round eleven – Fri.. 28.01.2005
Evgeny Alekseev
0-1 Leon Pliester
Tea Lanchava
0-1 Vladimir Georgiev
Erwin L’Ami
½-½ Natalia Zhukova
Parimarjan Negi
1-0 Harmen Jonkman
Manuel Bosboom
1-0 Joost Wempe
Bianca Muhren
0-1 Wouter Spoelman
Zeinab Mamedjarova
0-1 Alexey Korotylev
Group B Round twelve – Sat. 29.01.2005
Daniel Stellwagen
Ivan Cheparinov
Predrag Nikolic
S. Mamedyarov
Jan Smeets
Magnus Carlsen
Friso Nijboer
Alexander Onischuk
Alejandro Ramirez
Antoaneta Stefanova
Alexandra Kosteniuk
Sipke Ernst
Peter .H. Nielsen
Sergey Karjakin
Group C Round twelve – Sat. 29.01.2005
Leon Pliester
Alexey Korotylev
Wouter Spoelman
Zeinab Mamedjarova
Joost Wempe
Bianca Muhren
Harmen Jonkman
Manuel Bosboom
Natalia Zhukova
Parimarjan Negi
Vladimir Georgiev
Erwin L’Ami
Evgeny Alekseev
Tea Lanchava
Group B Round thirteen – Sun. 30.01.2005
Sergey Karjakin
Daniel Stellwagen
Sipke Ernst
Peter .H. Nielsen
Antoaneta Stefanova
Alexandra Kosteniuk
Alexander Onischuk
Alejandro Ramirez
Magnus Carlsen
Friso Nijboer
S. Mamedyarov
Jan Smeets
Ivan Cheparinov
Predrag Nikolic
Group C Round thirteen – Sun. 30.01.2005
Tea Lanchava
Leon Pliester
Erwin L’Ami
Evgeny Alekseev
Parimarjan Negi
Vladimir Georgiev
Manuel Bosboom
Natalia Zhukova
Bianca Muhren
Harmen Jonkman
Zeinab Mamedjarova
Joost Wempe
Alexey Korotylev
Wouter Spoelman

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