Qatar Masters R07: Sjugirov vs Jakovenko

12/28/2015 – Allmost all top boards drew their games in round 7 at the Qatar Masters. That left the possibility for others to catch up. Sanan Sjugirov played a good game against Dmitry Jakovenko and seized the opportunity to join Carlsen and Mamedyarov in the lead. Daniel King analysed the game Sjugirov vs Jakovenko for our readers. Click here for the video...

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Highlights Round 7: Sjugirov vs Jakovenko

Top results of round seven

No
Ti.
Name
Rtg
Pts
Res
Pts
Ti.
Name
Rtg
No
1
1
GM
Carlsen Magnus
2834
5
½-½
GM
Giri Anish
2784
3
2
11
GM
Yu Yangyi
2736
½-½
GM
Kramnik Vladimir
2796
2
3
17
GM
Ponomariov Ruslan
2710
½-½
GM
So Wesley
2775
4
4
5
GM
Karjakin Sergey
2766
½-½
GM
Ni Hua
2693
18
5
7
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
2748
1-0
GM
Ganguly Surya Shekhar
2648
30
6
9
GM
Harikrishna P.
2743
½-½
GM
Swiercz Dariusz
2646
34
7
33
GM
Sjugirov Sanan
2646
1-0
GM
Jakovenko Dmitry
2737
10
8
41
GM
Naroditsky Daniel
2628
4
½-½
4
GM
Li Chao B
2750
6
9
13
GM
Vitiugov Nikita
2724
4
1-0
4
GM
Sasikiran Krishnan
2638
38
10
15
GM
Korobov Anton
2713
4
0-1
4
GM
Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
2642
36

Standings after round seven

Rk
SNo
Ti.
Name
FED
Rtg
Pts
 TB 
rtg+/-
1
7
GM
Mamedyarov Shakhriyar
AZE
2748
5,5
2871
10,1
2
1
GM
Carlsen Magnus
NOR
2834
5,5
2867
3,5
3
33
GM
Sjugirov Sanan
RUS
2646
5,5
2813
14,9
4
3
GM
Giri Anish
NED
2784
5,0
2852
7,1
5
4
GM
So Wesley
USA
2775
5,0
2842
6,7
6
79
 
Xu Yinglun
CHN
2470
5,0
2826
32,6
7
2
GM
Kramnik Vladimir
RUS
2796
5,0
2805
1,6
8
34
GM
Swiercz Dariusz
POL
2646
5,0
2793
14,5
9
11
GM
Yu Yangyi
CHN
2736
5,0
2784
5,3
10
5
GM
Karjakin Sergey
RUS
2766
5,0
2784
2,3
11
9
GM
Harikrishna P.
IND
2743
5,0
2753
1,6
12
17
GM
Ponomariov Ruslan
UKR
2710
5,0
2744
3,8
13
18
GM
Ni Hua
CHN
2693
5,0
2742
5,1
14
40
GM
Grandelius Nils
SWE
2632
5,0
2701
7,7
15
29
GM
Akopian Vladimir
ARM
2648
5,0
2701
5,5
16
13
GM
Vitiugov Nikita
RUS
2724
5,0
2696
-1,3
17
36
GM
Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son
VIE
2642
5,0
2670
3,6
18
16
GM
Ivanchuk Vassily
UKR
2710
5,0
2660
-3,4
19
57
IM
Lin Chen
CHN
2532
5,0
2658
12,2
20
6
GM
Li Chao B
CHN
2750
4,5
2778
3,3
21
46
GM
Zhang Zhong
SIN
2619
4,5
2734
11,5
22
43
GM
Salem A.R. Saleh
UAE
2622
4,5
2726
10,9
23
20
GM
Howell David W L
ENG
2688
4,5
2710
2,7
24
30
GM
Ganguly Surya Shekhar
IND
2648
4,5
2705
6,4
25
10
GM
Jakovenko Dmitry
RUS
2737
4,5
2670
-5,1
26
8
GM
Tomashevsky Evgeny
RUS
2744
4,5
2670
-6,0
27
27
GM
Bologan Viktor
MDA
2654
4,5
2668
2,1
28
41
GM
Naroditsky Daniel
USA
2628
4,5
2661
4,4
29
42
GM
Lenderman Aleksandr
USA
2626
4,5
2579
-3,1
30
35
GM
Vidit Santosh Gujrathi
IND
2644
4,5
2578
-4,8
31
102
IM
Vignesh N R
IND
2422
4,0
2721
26,4
32
66
IM
Yuffa Daniil
RUS
2504
4,0
2682
16,4

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XADREZRESTINGA XADREZRESTINGA 12/28/2015 11:43
thanks, Daniel King great coach
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