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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Hardegen View Post
    Bobby won, and Rishi drew to join Temur on 6.5. Temur needs only a draw. Board 1 was interesting: for a while I thought we might see R+B vs R to decide the Championship
    Which he achieved, despite making it hard for himself.

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    And to top it all off, the draw percentage of the top boards in the last round is almost making the Candidates jealous!

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    Congratulations to Temur on retaining the title.
    "On my chess set, all the pawns are Hamburglers" ~ Homer Simpson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElevatorEscapee View Post
    Congratulations to Temur on retaining the title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schachspieler View Post
    And to top it all off, the draw percentage of the top boards in the last round is almost making the Candidates jealous!
    There were a few short draws but most of the draws were hard fought, especially the draws on the top 2 boards.

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    True.

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    Congratulations Temur!
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    Premier: Round 9 Results

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    Gold Coast Open Premier: Pairing of round 9, at 1430 of 27/06/2022
    
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      1 = Kuybokarov, Temur    ( 6.5) - Zhao, Zong-Yuan      ( 5.5) =   1 -   3 = ½ - ½
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      2 = Sardana, Rishi       ( 6.0) - Puccini, Jack        ( 5.5) =   4 -   6 = ½ - ½
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      3 = Ooi, Jayden          ( 5.0) - Cheng, Bobby         ( 5.5) =  27 -   2 = 0 - 1
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      4 = Kethro, Michael      ( 5.0) - Liu, Yi              ( 5.5) =  14 -   9 = ½ - ½
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      5 = Solomon, Stephen J   ( 5.0) - McClymont, Brodie    ( 5.0) =   8 -   5 = 1 - 0
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      6 = Brady, Aiden         ( 4.5) - Renjith, Sravan      ( 4.5) =  25 -  11 = ½ - ½
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      7 = Qi, Zhe              ( 4.5) - Bukreyev, Andriy     ( 4.5) =  26 -  20 = ½ - ½
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      8 = Nakauchi, Gene       ( 4.0) - Leong, Benjamin      ( 4.5) =  13 -  24 = ½ - ½
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      9 = Grigg, Samuel        ( 4.0) - Litchfield, Frederic ( 4.0) =  18 -  12 = ½ - ½
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     10 = Datar, Tejas         ( 3.5) - Rodgers, Jack        ( 4.0) =  17 -  16 = 0 - 1
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     11 = Froehlich, Peter     ( 3.5) - Poberezovsky, Daniel ( 3.5) =   7 -  32 = ½ - ½
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     12 = Lu, Lillian          ( 3.5) - Can, Ryan            ( 3.5) =  29 -  36 = 0 - 1
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     13 = Brown, Joshua        ( 3.0) - Badrinarayan, Sankee ( 3.0) =  21 -  23 = ½ - ½
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     14 = Christensen, Joshua  ( 3.0) - Finke, Kelvin        ( 3.0) =  30 -  22 = 0 - 1
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     15 = Davis, Tony J        ( 3.0) - Young, Micah         ( 3.0) =  28 -  33 = ½ - ½
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     16 = Vagg, Adam           ( 1.5) - Li, Jackie           ( 3.0) =  37 -  15 = 0 - 1
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     17 = Charles, Gareth      ( 3.0) - ( bye )              ( 0.0) =  19 -   0 = 1    
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     18 = Stojic, Dusan        ( 3.5) - ( not paired )       ( 0.0) =  10 -   0 = 0    
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     19 = Morris, Byron        ( 3.0) - ( not paired )       ( 0.0) =  31 -   0 = 0    
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     20 = Kumar, Viney         ( 2.5) - ( not paired )       ( 0.0) =  34 -   0 = 0    
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     21 = Xing, Zerui          ( 1.0) - ( not paired )       ( 0.0) =  35 -   0 = 0    
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    Premier: Final Crosstable

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    Gold Coast Open Premier
     Cross Table at round 9 sorted by score
    
    Pos NAME                           Rtg   T  Fed  Pts |   1     2     3     4     5     6     7     8     9    |  DirE    BucM    Buc1    BucT  
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      1 Kuybokarov, Temur              2582  GM AUS  7.0 | +W23  +B18  +W5   =B2   +W3   -B4   +W10  +B9   =W6    |    0.0    38.5    45.0    48.5 
      2 Cheng, Bobby                   2546  GM AUS  6.5 | +B14  +W10  +B4   =W1   -B9   +W8   =B5   =W3   +B13   |    0.5    39.0    46.0    50.5 
      3 Sardana, Rishi                 2464  IM AUS  6.5 | +B22  =W17  +B8   +W9   -B1   +W11  +W4   =B2   =W5    |    0.5    38.5    45.5    49.0 
      4 Liu, Yi                        2267  FM AUS  6.0 | +W13  +B19  -W2   +B12  +W7   +W1   -B3   =W5   =B8    |    0.0    41.0    48.0    52.5 
      5 Puccini, Jack                  2321  FM AUS  6.0 | +B15  +W25  -B1   =W10  +B14  +W9   =W2   =B4   =B3    |    0.0    38.5    45.5    49.5 
      6 Zhao, Zong-Yuan                2532  GM AUS  6.0 | +W31  =B8   =W12  -B13  +W23  =B7   +W11  +B10  =B1    |    0.0    35.0    42.0    45.0 
      7 Solomon, Stephen J             2276  IM AUS  6.0 | =B11  +W24  =B17  +W21  -B4   =W6   =B8   +W19  +W9    |    0.0    34.5    40.5    44.5 
      8 Kethro, Michael                2124  FM AUS  5.5 | +B21  =W6   -W3   +B22  +W33  -B2   =W7   +B18  =W4    |    0.0    36.5    43.0    46.5 
      9 McClymont, Brodie              2424  IM AUS  5.0 | +W28  +B16  +W27  -B3   +W2   -B5   +W13  -W1   -B7    |    0.0    40.5    47.5    51.0 
     10 Renjith, Sravan                2168  FM NZL  5.0 | +W29  -B2   +W23  =B5   +W13  +F27  -B1   -W6   =B12   |    0.0    37.5    44.5    48.0 
     11 Qi, Zhe                        1845     CHN  5.0 | =W7   =B12  +W16  +B18  =W27  -B3   -B6   +W23  =W14   |    0.0    37.5    44.0    47.5 
     12 Brady, Aiden                   1866     AUS  5.0 | +B24  =W11  =B6   -W4   +B17  +W26  =BYE   --   =W10   |    0.0    35.5    41.5    45.0 
     13 Ooi, Jayden                    1845     AUS  5.0 | -B4   +W36  +B26  +W6   -B10  +W21  -B9   +W17  -W2    |    0.0    33.5    40.0    41.5 
     14 Bukreyev, Andriy               1989     AUS  5.0 | -W2   +B29  =W18  +B15  -W5   =B33  =BYE  +W26  =B11   |    0.0    32.0    38.5    42.0 
     15 Leong, Benjamin                1869     AUS  5.0 | -W5   +B30  =B25  -W14  +B31  =W19  =B26  +W29  =B17   |    0.0    28.5    34.5    37.5 
     16 Rodgers, Jack                  2075     AUS  5.0 | +B35  -W9   -B11  =W28  -B21  =W24  +B22  +W34  +B26   |    0.0    26.5    31.5    34.5 
     17 Nakauchi, Gene                 2124  FM AUS  4.5 | +W33  =B3   =W7   -B27  -W12  +B28  +W23  -B13  =W15   |    0.0    34.0    40.5    44.0 
     18 Litchfield, Frederick          2129     AUS  4.5 | +B34  -W1   =B14  -W11  =B28  +W22  +B21  -W8   =B19   |    0.0    31.0    38.0    41.0 
     19 Grigg, Samuel                  2027     AUS  4.5 | +B36  -W4   -B21  +W34  =BYE  =B15  +W33  -B7   =W18   |    0.0    30.5    36.5    38.0 
     20 Can, Ryan                      1598     AUS  4.5 | -B26  =W32  -B22  =W24  +B34  =W25  =B30  =W21  +B29   |    0.0    25.0    29.0    31.5 
     21 Poberezovsky, Daniel           1761     AUS  4.0 | -W8   +B31  +W19  -B7   +W16  -B13  -W18  =B20  =B24   |    0.0    33.0    39.0    42.0 
     22 Finke, Kelvin                  1904     AUS  4.0 | -W3   =B33  +W20  -W8   =B25  -B18  -W16  +BYE  +B34   |    0.0    30.0    36.5    39.0 
     23 Charles, Gareth                2012  CM AUS  4.0 | -B1   +W34  -B10  +W32  -B6   +W30  -B17  -B11  +BYE   |    0.0    29.5    36.5    39.0 
     24 Froehlich, Peter               2313  IM GER  4.0 | -W12  -B7   -W30  =B20  +W36  =B16  =W28  +B33  =W21   |    0.0    29.5    35.5    37.0 
     25 Li, Jackie                     2077     AUS  4.0 | +W30  -B5   =W15  -B33  =W22  =B20  -W29  =B28  +B36   |    0.0    27.0    33.0    34.5 
     26 Datar, Tejas                   2033     AUS  3.5 | +W20  -B27  -W13  +B29  +W30  -B12  =W15  -B14  -W16   |    0.0    33.5    39.0    42.5 
     27 Stojic, Dusan              (W) 2182  FM AUS  3.5 | +B32  +W26  -B9   +W17  =B11  -F10   --    --    --    |    0.0    33.0    39.0    41.5 
     28 Badrinarayan, Sankeertan       1901     AUS  3.5 | -B9   =W35  =B32  =B16  =W18  -W17  =B24  =W25  =B31   |    0.0    28.0    33.0    35.5 
     29 Lu, Lillian                    1795     AUS  3.5 | -B10  -W14  +B36  -W26  +B32  =W35  +B25  -B15  -W20   |    0.0    27.0    32.0    33.5 
     30 Young, Micah                   1745     AUS  3.5 | -B25  -W15  +B24  +W35  -B26  -B23  =W20  =W31  =B32   |    0.0    25.5    30.5    33.0 
     31 Brown, Joshua                  1915     AUS  3.5 | -B6   -W21  -B34  +BYE  -W15  +W32  =B35  =B30  =W28   |    0.0    24.5    30.5    33.0 
     32 Davis, Tony J                  1818  CM AUS  3.5 | -W27  =B20  =W28  -B23  -W29  -B31  +BYE  +F36  =W30   |    0.0    24.0    29.5    31.5 
     33 Morris, Byron              (W) 1771     AUS  3.0 | -B17  =W22  +B35  +W25  -B8   =W14  -B19  -W24   --    |    0.0    29.5    35.0    38.0 
     34 Christensen, Joshua            1774     AUS  3.0 | -W18  -B23  +W31  -B19  -W20  +B37  +W36  -B16  -W22   |    0.0    27.5    32.5    34.0 
     35 Kumar, Viney               (W) 1735     AUS  2.5 | -W16  =B28  -W33  -B30  +BYE  =B29  =W31   --    --    |    0.0    24.5    29.5    32.0 
     36 Vagg, Adam                     1366     AUS  1.5 | -W19  -B13  -W29  =BYE  -B24  +BYE  -B34  -F32  -W25   |    0.0    25.0    30.0    32.0 
     37 Xing, Zerui                (W) 1720     AUS  1.0 | =BYE  =BYE   --    --    --   -W34   --    --    --    |    0.0    26.0    31.0    33.0 
    
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    Thank you organisers for putting on this excellent tournament in not the easiest of times

    The field was strong and the winner is a worthy Australian Champion.

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    It's always a great event to be able to put on. I do however want to single out Shaun for his efforts in the event. I have been out of action over the past few days and Shaun has managed the event with the help of the arbiting team. The tournaments are actually split across 3 different rooms on two levels so it's definitely a big job - I know he was there after 10.00pm last night cleaning up rubbish that parents and kids had left behind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afitz View Post
    It's always a great event to be able to put on. I do however want to single out Shaun for his efforts in the event ... he was there after 10.00pm last night cleaning up rubbish that parents and kids had left behind.
    Well done Shaun
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    Thank you Shaun in particular, all at Gardiner Chess and all the incredible arbiters for putting on three fantastic events, the prestigious Premier, the U1800 ACF Major and the U1200 ACF Minor over the last few days. Chess players of all playing standards were so well catered for in this way and the big entries showed the players loved this format once again. Take a bow Gardiner Chess! Congratulations to all the winners and in particular to Grandmaster Temur Kuybokarov for winning the Premier outright on 7 out of 9 - I think the Gold Coast must one of Temur's favourite places in the whole world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StokesyRedcliff View Post
    I think the Gold Coast must one of Temur's favourite places in the whole world!
    Temur did mention that in his victory speech!
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    Congratulations, Temur! Outright first in such a keenly contested tournament is a fine achievement. It has been noted already, but the Gold Coast really is shaping as a good luck charm.

    I would like to thank all of the players for their conduct, professionalism, and good humour. Many traveled a considerable distance to compete, and these efforts are greatly appreciated. The tournament was played in an excellent spirit. There was only one illegal move to deal with across the whole five days and that was in the Major, on the board of one Mark C. Stokes (Quite unusually, however, Mark was the recipient, not the perpetrator - Mark, as black, played Rd2+ to check a white king on f2, White's response was Rc1-c2!??).

    I would also like to thank Shaun Curtis for inviting me to be CA for the Premier Division, and for organising a wonderful tournament. Shaun's work as Chief Organiser has rightly earned him considerable respect from players.

    Best wishes to you all.

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