2014

Seven-way tie in MetLife Najdorf Warsaw Chess Festival 2014

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The 2014 edition of MetLife Miguel Najdorf International Chess Festival took place on 14-20th July 2014, at the Palace of Culture and Science in the Polish capital Warsaw.

The first place was shared in a seven-way tie by GM Tigran Petrosian (Armenia), GM Vasif Durarbayli (Azerbaijan), GM Aleksandr Shimanov (Russia), GM Bartolomej Macieja (Poland), IM Vitaliy Bernadsky (Ukraine), GM Vladimir Fedoseev (Russia) and GM Michal Krasenkow (Poland) on 6,5/9 points each.

However, the Armenian Grandmaster Petrosian took the trophy and the first prize of 5.000 €, provided by MetLife – the general sponsor of the tournament.

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GM Petrosian, GM Durarbayli, GM Shimanov

GM Petrosian, GM Durarbayli, GM Shimanov

Top standings after 9 rounds:

1 GM Petrosian, Tigran L. ARM 2629 6.5
2 GM Durarbayli, Vasif AZE 2590 6.5
3 GM Shimanov, Aleksandr RUS 2644 6.5
4 GM Macieja, Bartłomiej POL 2607 6.5
5 IM Bernadskiy, Vitaliy UKR 2550 6.5
6 GM Fedoseev, Vladimir RUS 2668 6.5
7 GM Krasenkow, Michal POL 2623 6.5
8 GM Markowski, Tomasz POL 2572 6.0
9 GM Kempinski, Robert POL 2597 6.0
10 GM Sandipan, Chanda IND 2597 6.0
11 GM Rozentalis, Eduardas LTU 2603 6.0
12 GM Miśta, Aleksander POL 2609 6.0
13 GM Ragger, Markus AUT 2639 6.0
14 GM Duda, Jan-krzysztof POL 2580 6.0
15 GM Beliavsky, Alexander G SLO 2631 6.0
16 GM Dragun, Kamil POL 2518 5.5
17 GM Melkumyan, Hrant ARM 2647 5.5
18 GM Vovk, Yuri UKR 2591 5.5
19 IM Raznikov, Danny ISR 2500 5.5
20 GM Agdestein, Simen NOR 2637 5.5
21 GM Olszewski, Michał POL 2553 5.5
22 IM Kanarek, Marcel POL 2471 5.5 etc

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