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GM Hovik Hayrapetyan wins Arsen Yeghiazaryan Memorial 2022

The Arsen Yeghiazaryan Memorial took place from 1-9 July in Yerevan, Armenia as a 10-player round-robin tournament, dedicated to the memory of GM, FST and Honored Trainer of the Republic of Armenia Arsen Yeghiazaryan. The event took place at the Tigran Petrosyan Chess House.

GM Hovik Hayrapetyan won the event with convincing 7/9 points. After losing the first round to FM Arad Nazari, Hayrapetyan scored 6 victories and 2 draws to be the sole Winner of the event. FM Arad Nazari and FM Abtin Atakhan tied for the second place with 6 points each, with tiebreaks criteria favoring Nazari who claimed silver, and Atakhan came third. (Scroll down for the final rankings)

GM Hovik Hayrapetyan; Photo by Yerevan Chess Federation
Playing venue – Tigran Petrosyan Chess House; Photo by Yerevan Chess Federation

Final rankings – Arsen Yeghiazaryan Memorial 2022:

Rk. NameFEDRtgPts. TB1TB2TB3
1GMHayrapetyan Hovik ARM2481726.304
2FMNazari Arad IRI2401626.305
3FMAtakhan Abtin IRI2344623.505
4GMQuparadze Giga GEO24825.520.804
5FMPiliposyan Robert ARM2287519.804
6FMYeremyan Alen ARM2233517.805
7FMAlaverdyan Gevorg ARM233641505
8IMMorchiashvili Bachana GEO23052.59.7504
9FMYeritsyan Hayk ARM22492.57.2505
10CMAgasarov Benik ARM22251.56.7504


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