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The fifth round at the Chess Grand Prix in Tashkent witnessed Ruslan Ponomariov, Rustam Kasimdzhanov and Gata Kamsky winning their first games at the event. Ruslan Ponomariov beat sole leader Alexander Morozevich allowing Karjakin, Kasimdzhanov, Mamedyarov, Caruana to join Morozevich in the lead. Peter Svidler had good chances to join the group of leaders but didn't succeed to win the position with advantage against Leinier Dominguez. Two other games Karjakin – Leko and Mamedyarov-Caruana were drawn. You can replay the nice Ponomariov-Morozevich game in the extended post with Chess King.
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[...] 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.¤d2 c5 4.¤gf3 cxd4 5.¤xd4 ¤c6 6.¥b5 ¥d7 7.¤xc6 bxc6 8.¥d3 ¥d6 9.£e2 £c7 10.¤f3 dxe4 11.£xe4 ¤f6 12.£h4 h6 13.O-O c5 14.¤d2 ¤d5 15.¤c4 ¥f4 16.¦e1 ¦b8 17.¥e4 ¥xc1 18.¦axc1 ¤b6 19.¤e3 O-O 20.b3 f5 21.¥d3 e5 22.f3 ¦be8 23.¦cd1 ¢h8 24.c3 ¦f6 25.¥c2 ¥e6 26.¦d2 a5 27.c4 ¤c8 28.¥xf5 ¦xf5 29.¤xf5 ¥xf5 30.£h5 ¦f8 31.¦d5 ¢h7 32.¦dxe5 ¥g6 33.£h4 ¦d8 34.£g3 ¥f7 35.£f4 ¥g6 36.h4 ¦d4 37.£f8 £d7 38.h5 ¥f7 39.£xc5 a4 40.¦e7 ¤xe7 41.¦xe7 ¦d1+ 42.¢h2
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Labels: Alexander Morozevich, Ruslan Ponomariov, tashkent chess memorial