Day 3 results of Tetrasoft Hyderabad Marriott First Ever International GM Chess Open Chess Tournament 2019

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Day 3 results of Tetrasoft Hyderabad Marriott First Ever

Snapshot of Day 3 of the Tetrasoft Hyderabad Chess Open Tournament 2019.

Hyderabad, August 22, 2019: After fourth round shape and champions changed on day three of the Tournament on Thursday. 160 players including 45 from Telangana and 22 International from 10 countries are competing in this 8day tournament.

First board second seed GM Smirnov Pavel of Russia lost against Pranav V of Tamil Nadu.

At the end of fourth round total four players took joint lead namely IM Triapishko Alexandr, IM Khusenkhojaev Muhammad, GM Karthikeyan P. and Pranav V scored four points each.

On first board, Pranav V of Tamil Nadu - India opened game with King’s pawn at e4. The opponent GM Smirnov Pavel of Russia replied with c5 the Sicilian Defence. It is changed course and fixed to Nimzovich-Rossolimo Attack of ECO code B31. In 42nd move of Smirnov Rh8 was blunder as Stockfish. Pranav caught the mistake and appropriately played Ne7. This made him exchange up for white. Around move 59 Pavel accepted loss.

On second board, Bhambure Shantanu of Maharashtra - India opened game with Queen’s pawn at d4. The opponent IM Triapishko Alexandr of Russia replied with Nf6 the Nimzo-Indian defence. They played Ragozin variation having ECO code E20. On 50th turn of making move by Shatanu, he accepted defeat.

On third board, GM Mosadeghpour Masoud of Iran opened game with King’s pawn at e4. The opponent Sahoo Utkal Ranjan of Odisha - India replied with e5 decided to play open game. The 3rd move of white changed opening from open game to Ruy Lopez. The variation played by them is Berlin Defence. The ECO code of this opening is C65. They accepted draw in 75th move since both of them made wall of pieces in such a way that opponent can not get through it.

On fourth board, IM Khusenkhojaev Muhammad of Tajikishtan opened game with Queen’s pawn at d4. The opponent CM Kushagra Mohan of Telangana - India replied with Nf6 the Nimzo-Indian defence. They played Noa variation having ECO code E35. In 31st move Kushagra played Na4 which made his position downgraded. Later on, cached on this playing and creating centre passer pressure on Kushagra. With Kxc4 in 42nd move gave clear advantage to Khusenkhojaev. Kushagra accepted loss in 54th move.

On fifth board, FM Aaryan Varshney of Delhi - India opened game with Queen’s pawn at d4. The opponent GM Laxman R.R. of ICF replied with Nf6. This move followed by c4 pressing for Queen’s gambit. Laxman declined the offer and tried to retain centre. Later stage it followed the vThree Knightsd variation and ECO code D37. The game continued till 46th move. Accepted equality and draw.

Following are the important results after 4th round.

On 1 board, Pranav V of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 2316 scored 4 points Won with GM Smirnov Pavel of Russia having ELO Rating point 2574 scored 3 points

On 2 board, Bhambure Shantanu of Maharashtra - India having ELO Rating point 2288 scored 3 points lost to IM Triapishko Alexandr of Russia having ELO Rating point 2519 scored 4 points

On 3 board, GM Mosadeghpour Masoud of Iran having ELO Rating point 2509 scored 3.5 points drew with Sahoo Utkal Ranjan of Odisha - India having ELO Rating point 2278 scored 3.5 points

On 4 board, IM Khusenkhojaev Muhammad of Tajikishtan having ELO Rating point 2442 scored 4 points Won with CM Kushagra Mohan of Telangana - India having ELO Rating point 2252 scored 3 points

On 5 board, FM Aaryan Varshney of Delhi - India having ELO Rating point 2272 scored 3.5 points drew with GM Laxman R.R. of ICF having ELO Rating point 2426 scored 3.5 points

On 6 board, GM Karthikeyan P. of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 2422 scored 4 points Won with IM Sahu Sekhar Chandra of Odisha - India having ELO Rating point 2070 scored 3 points

On 7 board, Manish Kumar (2006) of Odisha - India having ELO Rating point 2053 scored 3.5 points drew with IM Raja Rithvik R of Telangana - India having ELO Rating point 2364 scored 3.5 points

On 8 board, GM Savchenko Boris of Russia having ELO Rating point 2576 scored 3.5 points Won with Sammed Jaykumar Shete of Maharashtra - India having ELO Rating point 2416 scored 2.5 points

On 9 board, GM Tukhaev Adam of Ukraine having ELO Rating point 2541 scored 3.5 points Won with Surendran N of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 2152 scored 2.5 points

On 10 board, IM Muthaiah Al of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 2384 scored 3 points drew with GM Vasquez Schroeder Rodrigo of Chile having ELO Rating point 2496 scored 3 points

On 11 board, IM Rathnakaran K. of Kerala - India having ELO Rating point 2337 scored 3 points Won with Gajendra Singh of LIC having ELO Rating point 1927 scored 2 points

On 12 board, Bharat Kumar Reddy Poluri of Andhra Pradesh - India having ELO Rating point 2299 scored 3 points Won with Nawin J J of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 1915 scored 2 points

On 13 board, Gias Uddin Ahmed of Bangladesh having ELO Rating point 1961 scored 2 points lost to Kaustuv Kundu of West Bengal - India having ELO Rating point 2295 scored 3 points

On 14 board, Varun V of Andhra Pradesh - India having ELO Rating point 2251 scored 3 points Won with Ambarish Sharma of West Bengal - India having ELO Rating point 1868 scored 2 points

On 15 board, Mohamed Anees M of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 1910 scored 2 points lost to Nayak Rajesh of Odisha - India having ELO Rating point 2250 scored 3 points

On 16 board, Hari Madhavan N B of Tamil Nadu - India having ELO Rating point 2231 scored 3 points Won with Barik Jagdish of Odisha - India having ELO Rating point 1847 scored 2 points

On 17 board, Patil Pratik of Maharashtra - India having ELO Rating point 2216 scored 3 points Won with Prudhvi Kumar V of Andhra Pradesh - India having ELO Rating point 1823 scored 2 points

On 18 board, Karthik Sai Ch of Telangana - India having ELO Rating point 1872 scored 3 points Won with Baivab Mishra of Odisha - India having ELO Rating point 2215 scored 2 points

On 19 board, Chilukuri Sai Varshith of Andhra Pradesh - India having ELO Rating point 1840 scored 2 points lost to FM Ramakrishna J. of Andhra Bank having ELO Rating point 2155 scored 3 points

On 20 board, Pimpalkhare Vedant of Maharashtra - India having ELO Rating point 2123 scored 2.5 points drew with Vishwanath Prasad of Telangana _ India having ELO Rating point 1819 scored 2.5 points.

Date: 
Thursday, August 22, 2019