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Dmitry Jakovenko Wins In Poikovsky

  • SonofPearl
  • on 07/10/12 10:29.

The 13th Poikovsky Tournament in honour of Anatoly Karpov took place from 28 September - 7 October in Russia.

The tournament has had less media coverage than its strength might suggest, partly due to it clashing with several other big tournaments, and partly due to its own poor publicity.

The tournament was a 10-player single round-robin and Dmitry Jakovenko took first place with an undefeated score of 6/9, followed by top seed Ruslan Ponomariov in second with 5½/9.  England's Nigel Short had a disappointing tournament, finishing last with 3 points.

The final standings in Poikovsky 2012

# Name Fed Elo Pts
1 Jakovenko, Dmitry  RUS 2724 6
2 Ponomariov, Ruslan  UKR 2729
3 Motylev, Alexander  RUS 2658 5
4 Wojtaszek, Radoslaw  POL 2713 5
5 Wang, Yue  CHN 2691
6 Bruzon Batista, Lazaro  CUB 2713 4
7 Rublevsky, Sergei  RUS 2693 4
8 Bologan, Viktor  MDA 2712 4
9 Onischuk, Alexander  USA 2672 4
10 Short, Nigel D  ENG 2698 3

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  • 2 anni fa

    Slashes

    game#3 fortified cause black will lose 2 pawns...

  • 2 anni fa

    Hillsongunitedlive

    41 hours ago

    NimzoRoy

    Short certainly seems to have come up short (pun intended)

     

    nice one,he was in good form at the olympiads though

  • 2 anni fa

    NightHawk0085

    Adam35035 32...Kxf6 33.Qe5+ followed by 34.Rc7 looks good to me. The b-pawn will fall soon, too.

  • 2 anni fa

    ferdinandplebie

    very nice attack by GM Rublevsky

  • 2 anni fa

    adam35035

    why was game #3 forfited?

  • 2 anni fa

    NimzoRoy

    I was referrring to his overall score, not any individual game

  • 2 anni fa

    jfrommel

    Stop it with the weak puns. The Short game was amazing. He made some great moves to gain initiative, but Black defended well. 

  • 2 anni fa

    shengyi

    :-)

  • 2 anni fa

    NimzoRoy

    Short certainly seems to have come up short (pun intended)

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