IM Jakhongir Vakhidov wins 3rd Central Asia Cup Print
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 10:49

Winner of the event - IM Jakhongir Vakhidov
Winner of the event - IM Jakhongir Vakhidov

From 11th October to 21st October 2013 the 3rd Central Asia Cup for the prizes of FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov was conducted in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

The chess players from the Central Asia countries - Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan - took part in this event.

38 chess players participated in the championship played by swiss system in 9 rounds with a total prize fund 25 000 US dollars.

The winner is IM Jakhongir Vakhidov (Uzbekistan), IM Kirill Kuderinov (Kazakhstan) took the 2nd place and GM Pavel Kotsur (Kazakhstan) took the 3rd place.

The Central Asia Cup went to the team of Uzbekistan which successfully won it three times in a row.

RESULTS

Additional information and games can be found on the website of Uzbekistan Chess Federation http://uzchess.uz/


1st among girls - WFM Gulrukhbegim Tokhirjonova and 2nd among seniors - Negmat Ziyaev
1st among girls - WFM Gulrukhbegim Tokhirjonova and 2nd among seniors - Negmat Ziyaev

1st among women - WFM Yekaterina Ainutdinova
1st among women - WFM Yekaterina Ainutdinova

1st places among seniors and juniors - IM Vladimir Egin and FM Temur Igonin
1st places among seniors and juniors - IM Vladimir Egin and FM Temur Igonin

2nd places among women and girls - WFM Sarvinoz Kurbonboeva and Marvorii Nasriddinzoda
2nd places among women and girls - WFM Sarvinoz Kurbonboeva and Marvorii Nasriddinzoda

One of the prize winners - Khamdamov Suhrob
One of the prize winners - Khamdamov Suhrob

prize winner among juniors Amin Kabilov and 4th place in the event GM Farrukh Amonatov
Prize winner among juniors Amin Kabilov and 4th place in the event GM Farrukh Amonatov


 
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