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Created on September 13, 2011 |
3256 Votes | 14 Comments
I think also flashboy2222
I think Peter Svidler : then Peter have won vs Judit Polgar
yup its svid vs gris
renumeratedfrog01 wrote: An awfully belated question... Both Pono and Chuck have been already eliminated...
You're kidding me, right?
Lol I voted for Ivanchuk AFTER he lost to Grischuk.
An awfully belated question... Both Pono and Chuck have been already eliminated...
The final will be between the Peter Fiddler and Sasha Greasechuck...
Haha poor Ponomariov and his attention lapses.
Both Svidler and Ivanchuk have been impressive recently. Although Polgar nearly took out Svidler :-D
Ponomariov is at best getting third place.
corpsporc wrote; One of whom cannot possibly win.
Really? The highest (Ivanchuk) and lowest (Svidler) players in this are within fifty points of eachother, so I think it can go either way.
One of whom cannot possibly win.
My seemingly-flawless betting system has finally come upon a problem; there are two Ukrainians, but only one vote.
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