2014

GM Ernesto Inarkiev wins Primorsky Debut on tie-break

Primorsky Debut, a stage in the Cup of Russia, was held from 21-29th July at the DVFU campus in Vladivostok.

41 players competed in the 9-round Swiss tournament.

Ernesto Inarkiev edged fellow Grandmaster Dmitry Bocharov on tie-break to take the top prize of 3100 EUR. The two players finished the event on 7,0/9 points each. Bocharov earned 2000 EUR from the total prize fund of 12,500 EUR.

Prior to this event, Vladivostok hosted Tikhookeansky Meridian – a stage in the Rapid Cup of Russia.

Ernesto Inarkiev

Ernesto Inarkiev

Tournament website

Final standings:

1 GM Inarkiev Ernesto RUS 2666 – 7
2 GM Bocharov Dmitry RUS 2560 – 7
3 GM Grachev Boris RUS 2672 – 6.5
4 GM Ovetchkin Roman RUS 2521 – 6
5 GM Deviatkin Andrei RUS 2512 – 6
6 FM Yanchenko Roman RUS 2311 – 6
7 GM Kabanov Nikolai RUS 2496 – 6
8 GM Belous Vladimir RUS 2584 – 5.5
9 GM Danin Alexandre RUS 2572 – 5.5
10 GM Timofeev Artyom RUS 2597 – 5.5
11 IM Gritsenko Andrey RUS 2403 – 5.5
12 Sutormin Danila RUS 2228 – 5
13 IM Korniushin Nikolay RUS 2339 – 5
14 IM Guseva Marina RUS 2362 – 5
15 Tugarin Anton RUS 2234 – 5
16 GM Ivanov Mikhail M RUS 2392 – 5
17 FM Muratov Sergey RUS 2185 – 5
18 FM Biryukov Mikhail RUS 2157 – 5
19 WFM Zherebtsova Alexandra RUS 2146 – 5
20 Vilchenko Maxim RUS 2256 – 4.5
21 Chuhachev Vladimir RUS 2165 – 4.5
22 Zheltov Roman RUS 2125 – 4.5
23 Khokhlova Daria RUS 2007 – 4.5
24 Pavlovskiy Mikhail RUS 2254 – 4.5
25 Snetkov Ivan RUS 1986 – 4.5
26 Kosenok Anton RUS 1796 – 4.5
27 FM Belyi Vladimir RUS 2008 – 4.5
28 IM Vitinik Mikhail RUS 2213 – 4
29 Shubin Kirill RUS 1885 – 4
30 Ryabov Roman. RUS 1788 – 4
31 Sin Denis RUS 1984 – 3.5
32 Feduk Viktor RUS 2156 – 3.5
33 Schukin Maksim RUS 1774 – 3.5
34 Kilbienep Zakhar RUS 2147 – 3.5
35 Popov Agit RUS 1871 – 3.5
36 Starkov Dmitry RUS 1920 – 3
37 Pats Vladimir RUS 1937 – 3
38 Kiseleva Ekaterina RUS 1869 – 3
39 Perfilev Anton RUS 0 – 3
40 Protasova Anastasia RUS 0 – 2.5
41 Apanasevich Ivan RUS 1659 – 1.5

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