Pranav V wins Masters in Dubai

by Klaus Besenthal
5/14/2024 – Two players from the leading quintet won their games in the final round of the Dubai Masters on Sunday: Aravindh Chithambaram (with Black against Alexander Donchenko) and Pranav V (with White against Abhimanyu Puranik). With 7.0/9 each, the Indians Aravindh and Pranav shared first place, but thanks to his better tiebreak Pranav V won the tournament. | Photo: Aditya Sur Roy

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Results of round 9

Board No Name Elo Pts Results Pts Name Elo No
Niemann, Hans Moke 6 ½ - ½ 6 Aditya, Mittal
Donchenko, Alexander 6 0 - 1 6 Aravindh, Chithambaram Vr.
Pranav, V 6 1 - 0 Puranik, Abhimanyu
Yu, Yangyi 0 - 1 Ivanchuk, Vasyl
Tabatabaei, M. Amin 1 - 0 Indjic, Aleksandar
Artemiev, Vladislav ½ - ½ Sanal, Vahap
Martirosyan, Haik M. ½ - ½ Visakh, N R
Sargsyan, Shant 1 - 0 Ghosh, Diptayan
Pranesh, M 1 - 0 Salem, A.R. Saleh
Safarli, Eltaj 1 - 0 5 Vakhidov, Jakhongir
Narayanan, S L 5 ½ - ½ 5 Vignesh, N R
Ter-Sahakyan, Samvel 5 ½ - ½ 5 Makhnev, Denis
Yuffa, Daniil 5 1 - 0 5 Miladinovic, Igor
Hayrapetyan, Hovik 5 ½ - ½ 5 Sethuraman, S.P.
Liu, Yan 5 ½ - ½ 5 Fawzy, Adham
Movahed, Sina 5 ½ - ½ 5 Can, Emre
Begmuratov, Khumoyun 5 ½ - ½ 5 Bharath, Subramaniyam H
Nogerbek, Kazybek 5 ½ - ½ Yakubboev, Nodirbek

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Final standings after 9 rounds

Rk. Snr Name Type sex Elo Pts  Tb1   Tb2   Tb3   Tb4   Tb5 
1 Pranav, V 7 2589
2 Aravindh, Chithambaram Vr. 7 2586
3 Pranesh, M 6,5 2612
4 Aditya, Mittal 6,5 2560
5 Ivanchuk, Vasyl 6,5 2547
6 Tabatabaei, M. Amin 6,5 2534
7 Niemann, Hans Moke 6,5 2513
8 Sargsyan, Shant 6,5 2504
9 Safarli, Eltaj 6,5 2468
10 Visakh, N R 6 2590
11 Artemiev, Vladislav 6 2575
12 Donchenko, Alexander 6 2515
13 Martirosyan, Haik M. 6 2508
14 Sanal, Vahap 6 2455
15 Yuffa, Daniil 6 2443
16 Fawzy, Adham 5,5 2626
17 Vignesh, N R 5,5 2603
18 Begmuratov, Khumoyun 5,5 2559
19 Makhnev, Denis 5,5 2557
20 Nogerbek, Kazybek 5,5 2557
21 Salem, A.R. Saleh 5,5 2544
22 Yu, Yangyi 5,5 2544
23 Ghosh, Diptayan 5,5 2544
24 Movahed, Sina 5,5 2543
25 Sethuraman, S.P. 5,5 2541
26 Narayanan, S L 5,5 2530
27 Indjic, Aleksandar 5,5 2530
28 Puranik, Abhimanyu 5,5 2512
29 Tarhan, Adar 5,5 2502
30 Hayrapetyan, Hovik 5,5 2497
31 Ter-Sahakyan, Samvel 5,5 2494
32 Liu, Yan 5,5 2487
33 Suleymanli, Aydin 5,5 2469
34 Madaminov, Mukhiddin 5,5 2438
35 Can, Emre 5,5 2433
36 Bharath, Subramaniyam H 5,5 2425

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Klaus Besenthal is computer scientist, has followed and still follows the chess scene avidly since 1972 and since then has also regularly played in tournaments.
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