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Harikrishna makes easy draw

ABU DHABI, AUG. 18. Grandmaster P. Harikrishna defended with poise and shared a point with Ghaem Maghami Ehsan of Iran but the draw in the fourth round meant the Indian slipped further behind the leaders in the Masters section of 14th Abu Dhabi chess festival here on Wednesday.

Mikhail Kobalija of Russia joined overnight leaders compatriot Evgeny Gleizerov and Ashot Anastasian of Armenia at the top of the table with 3.5 points out of a possible four.

Harikrishna is tied for the fourth spot with Maghami, Kazakhstan duo of Evgeny Vladimirov and Pavel Kotsur, Artashes Minasian of Armenia and Russians Konstantin Cheryshov and Dmitry Bocharov who all have 3 points each.

The results (round four, Indians only): Ghaem Maghami Ehsan (3, Iri) drew with P. Harikrishna (3).

Mikhail Ulibin (2.5, Rus) bt S. Kidambi (2); Kivanc Haznedaroglu (1.5, Tur) lost to R. B. Ramesh (2.5).

Taleb Moussa (2.5, UAE) bt Aarthie Ramaswamy (1.5); Jasim A.R. Saleh (2, UAE) drew with Neelotpal Das (2); Nisha Mohota (1.5) drew with Amer Mohamed (1.5, Egy).

Eesha Karavade (2) bt Al-Tamimi Hamad (1, Qat); Tania Sachdev (2) bt Saleh Najueb (1, UAE). — PTI

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