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2011 TROPHIES PLUS GRAND PRIX SUMMARY Trophies Plus awards $12,500 in cash prizes in the 2011 Grand Prix!


2011 TROPHIES PLUS GRAND PRIX STANDINGS


The following point totals reflect all rated event information as of June 28 for the 2011 Grand Prix. All Grand Prix updates are unofficial and subject to change during the year or until year-end tabulation is complete.


OVERALL STANDINGS NAME


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


10


GM Tamaz Gelashvili GM Timur Gareyev GM Alexander Ivanov GM Sergey Kudrin


STATE NY TX


MA CT


GM Alexander Shabalov PA GM Mikheil Kekelidze GM Alejandro Ramirez


NY TX


GM Melikset Khachiyan CA GM Julio Becerra IM Jacek Stopa


Several strong perforances at the world-famous Marshall Chess Club in New York City have propelled GM TAMAZ GELASHVILI of Georgia to the top of the Grand Prix race for the first time.


11 GM Mesgen Amanov 12 GM Robert Hess 13 14 15


IM Sam Shankland IM Robert Hungaski IM Irina Krush


FL TX IL


NY CA CT NY


PTS.


134.50 131.50 109.18 104.02 98.85 93.53 88.00 85.00 77.75 75.87 67.10 66.00 65.33 59.60 57.52


CATEGORIES AND PRIZES $12,500


IN CASH PRIZES! FIRST PRIZE: $5,000!


2nd: $2,500 | 3rd: $1,000 4th: $900 | 5th: $800 6th: $700 | 7th: $600 8th: $500 | 9th: $300


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