Another two White wins in the final round:
Ernesto Inarkiev avoids being last alone by beating Peter Svidler, and Peter Leko catches Vugar Gashimov by overcoming the Azerbaizani.
Otherwise the leading places were unaltered by a series of draws.
|1||Ernesto Inarkiev||2669||1-0||Peter Svidler||2735|
|2||Ruslan Ponomariov||2733||0.5-0.5||Evgeny Alekseev||2700|
|3||Teimour Radjabov||2740||0.5-0.5||Wang Yue||2752|
|4||Peter Leko||2735||1-0||Vugar Gashimov||2734|
|5||Vassily Ivanchuk||2741||0.5-0.5||Sahkhriyar Mamedyarov||2763|
|6||Dmitry Jakovenko||2725||0.5-0.5||Vladimir Akopian||2694|
|7||Boris Gelfand||2741||0.5-0.5||Pavel Eljanov||2751|
Five players finished on 'plus one' one point behind Eljanov, who continues to climb up the world's rankings.
Here the Ukrainian won 11 rating points taking him to a virtual rating of 2762.
Mamedyarov on the other hand loses 1.5 rating points (so drops to 2761.5), so I estimate that Eljanov will rise from 9th to 6th place in the world.
The other 'winner' is of course Radjabov who edged out a number of rivals (for second place behind Aronian) in the overall Grand Prix standings.
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