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    Quote Originally Posted by ER View Post
    …… is the Bulgarian GM Kovalev Vladislav (playing under FIDE flag due to the well known FIDE sanctions imposed on the BCF.
    He isn’t Bulgarian, he is from Belarus. He is listed as FIDE as apparently he refuses to represent the Belarus chess federation.
    Also FIDE have been listing Bulgarians under their own flag for a while now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ER View Post
    Temur's next opponent on Wed (the players have a rest break tonight Tues) is the [Belarusian GM] Vladislav Kovalev (playing under FIDE flag)
    After the break, Temur comes back in Round 7 to defeat GM Kovalev with the Black pieces, and is now on 3.5 points out of 7 against opponents all of whom out rate him.
    Last edited by Frank; 04-11-2021 at 03:40 AM.

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    Pairing round 8
    GM Kuybokarov Temur AUS 2549- GM Ponomariov Ruslan UKR 2631

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    1	Firouzja, Alireza      5˝/7      2770
    2	Vachier-Lagrave, M     5/7	 2763
    3	Sasikiran, Krishnan    5/7	 2640
    4	Shirov, Alexei         5/7	 2659
    Alireza now outright leader after getting "lucky" in a dead drawn position.4 rounds remaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    After the break, Temur comes back in Round 7 to defeat GM Kovalev with the Black pieces, and is now on 3.5 points out of 7 against opponents all of whom out rate him.
    He is having a very good tournament.If he finishes on 50% he should be very happy with the result.

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    Kovalev - Kuybokarov

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    Firoujza - Najer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metro View Post
    He is having a very good tournament.If he finishes on 50% he should be very happy with the result.
    Why stop at 50%? The way he is playing perhaps he can do better than 50%. Beating Ponomariov is quite possible.

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    Our fearless Temur simply can do no wrong! He draws with the celebrated Ukrainian GM Ruslan Ponomariov in Round 8, so now on 4 points out of 8 with 3 rounds to go.

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    Kuybokarov - Ponomariov

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    From Chess-Tournament-Results-Server © 2006-2021 Heinz Herzog, CMS-Version 28.09.2021 14:51

    Player overview for AUS
    SNo Name Rtg FED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Pts. Rk. Group
    101 GM Kuybokarov Temur 2549 AUS ˝ 1 0 ˝ ˝ 0 1 ˝ 4,0 62 Open

    Pairings of the next round for AUS
    Rd. No. No. Name FED Rtg Pts. Result Pts. Name FED Rtg No.
    9 31 60 GM Erigaisi Arjun IND 2634 4 4 GM Kuybokarov Temur AUS 2549 101

    Results of the last round for AUS
    Rd. Bo. No. Name FED Rtg Pts. Result Pts. Name FED Rtg No.
    8 31 101 GM Kuybokarov Temur AUS 2549 3˝ ˝ - ˝ 3˝ GM Ponomariov Ruslan UKR 2631 64

    Player details for AUS
    Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Pts. Res.
    GM Kuybokarov Temur 2549 AUS Rp:2645 Pts. 4,0

    1 47 GM Abdusattorov Nodirbek 2646 UZB 4,0 s ˝
    2 51 GM Paravyan David 2642 RUS 3,0 w 1
    3 41 GM Nihal Sarin 2652 IND 5,0 w 0
    4 57 GM Abasov Nijat 2682 RUS 3,5 w ˝
    6 63 GM Shevchenko Kirill 2632 UKR 5,0 s 0
    7 61 GM Kovalev Vladislav 2634 FID 3,5 s 1
    8 64 GM Ponomariov Ruslan 2631 UKR 4,0 w ˝
    9 60 GM Erigaisi Arjun 2634 IND 4,0 s

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    9 2021/11/05 1400
    10 2021/11/06 1400
    11 2021/11/07 1400
    [[I]AEDT is 11pm/I]]

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    Last edited by Frank; 05-11-2021 at 09:53 PM.

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    Caruana - Firouzja is going to be interesting, Caruana cannot afford to take a quick draw if he wants to finish top 2 and make the Candidates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Colliver View Post
    Caruana - Firouzja is going to be interesting, Caruana cannot afford to take a quick draw if he wants to finish top 2 and make the Candidates.
    Fab wins after 5 hours 40 minutes play to keep his Candidates chances alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    Fab wins after 5 hours 40 minutes play to keep his Candidates chances alive.
    Yes, an excellent win when it was really needed.

    In other games David Howell has won his 4th game in a row to move to equal first with Caruana and Firouzja. There will be a large group on 6 headed by MVL who will also be in with a chance of the top two.

    Meanwhile Temur seems to be winning.

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    Temur draws from two pawns up, just could not break the dark square blockade. Might have been drawn all along, not sure

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