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St Petersburg vs Moscow Match (Games and Results)

St Petersburg vs Moscow Match

Nikita Vitiugov at the World Cup. He was top board for St Petersburg and drew 1-1 with Morozevich. Photo ©

Nikita Vitiugov at the World Cup. He was top board for St Petersburg and drew 1-1 with Morozevich. Photo © | http://chess.ugrasport.com

There was a two day 10 board match between St Petersburg and Moscow in St Petersburg on Sat-Sun 17th-18th September 2011. This traditional event is back after a 5 year break. Interest in chess sponsorship (this time Gazprom) seems to be really quite high in Russia at the moment. Moscow were the strong Elo favourites. Moscow: 2700+ players Morozevich, Nepomniachtchi, Jakovenko, Dreev, Malakhov. St Petersburg: Vitiugov. The team lists below contains a couple of reserves for each side. Day 1 was drawn 5-5 (being especially stupid I missed Peter Svidler's joke that it was drawn 5.5-5.5 with top board being held elsewhere, of course he and Grischuk (Moscow) would have almost certainly have played had they not been in the World Cup Final). Alexander Morozevich won on top board. Day 1 Games now complete. Day 2 was again close with Alexander Morozevich losing the return game to Nikita Vitiugov. With three games still going the match was tied at 8.5-8.5 but then Moscow won the final three to win 11.5-8.5 overall and 6.5-3.6 on day 2. Day 2 games are complete.

22nd Moscow-St Petersburg Match (St Petersburg RUS)
Sat 17th Sep 2011 - Sun 18th Sep 2011 - Official Site - Live

22nd Moscow vs StP (20 players 2 Rds Match Team TC:90m:30m+30spm(1)) - Games in PGN: Games

22nd Moscow vs StP (20 players 2 Rds Match Team TC: 90m:30m+30spm(1)) - Games in PGN: Games

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22nd Moscow-St Petersburg Match (St Petersburg RUS) Sat 17th Sep 2011 - Sun 18th Sep 2011
BdSt PetersburgRtg8.511.5RtgMoscow
1N. Vitiugov27260-11-02737A. Morozevich
2E. Alekseev2662½½2718I. Nepomniachtchi
3K. Sakaev2609½½2716D. Jakovenko
4I. Khairullin2642½½2711A. Dreev
5E. Romanov26391-0½2710V. Malakhov
6A. Khalifman2627½0-12692E. Inarkiev
7M. Matlakov2630½0-12688A. Ryazantsev
8V. Yemelin2568½0-12682B. Grachev
9A. Shimanov2565½½2666V. Zvyagintsev
10V. Popov2545½0-12637E. Najer
22nd Match St Petersburg RUS Sat 17th Sep 2011 - Sun 18th Sep 2011
Player List
TeamNameTiFEDRtg
MoscowMorozevich, AlexanderGMRUS2737
MoscowNepomniachtchi, IanGMRUS2718
MoscowJakovenko, DmitryGMRUS2716
MoscowDreev, AlekseyGMRUS2711
MoscowMalakhov, VladimirGMRUS2710
MoscowInarkiev, ErnestoGMRUS2692
MoscowRiazantsev, AlexanderGMRUS2688
MoscowGrachev, BorisGMRUS2682
MoscowZvjaginsev, VadimGMRUS2666
MoscowNajer, EvgeniyGMRUS2637
MoscowSavchenko, BorisGMRUS2630
MoscowChadaev, NikolaiGMRUS2564
St PetersburgVitiugov, NikitaGMRUS2726
St PetersburgAlekseev, EvgenyGMRUS2662
St PetersburgKhairullin, IldarGMRUS2642
St PetersburgRomanov, EvgenyGMRUS2639
St PetersburgMatlakov, MaximGMRUS2630
St PetersburgKhalifman, AlexanderGMRUS2627
St PetersburgSakaev, KonstantinGMRUS2609
St PetersburgYemelin, VasilyGMRUS2568
St PetersburgShimanov, AleksandrGMRUS2565
St PetersburgPopov, ValerijGMRUS2545
St PetersburgIvanov, SergeyGMRUS2537
St PetersburgYevseev, DenisGMRUS2529
24 players including substitutes

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