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Sergey Karjakin won 2009's Corus Tournament

Sergey Karjakin won 2009's Corus Chess Tournament in Wijk aan Zee (Holland). Played with black pieces in the last round of the event he beat Leinier Perez Dominguez. Norvegian Magnus Carlsen lost his final.
Nigel Short who was close to the trophy in group-B event lost against the real winner USA-born Italian Fabiano Caruana.
Wesley So confirmed his victory in the C-Group by a quick draw.

Corus A Wijk aan Zee (NED) - Group A Final Standings
Rk.NameFEDPts.ELO
1. Karjakin, Sergey UKR 8 2803
2. Aronian, Levon ARM 2770
3. Radjabov, Teimour AZE 2769
4. Movsesian, Sergei SVK 2770
5. Карлсен, Magnus NOR 7 2740
6. Dominguez Perez, Leinier CUB 7 2745
7. Kamsky, Gata USA 2715
8. Van Wely, Loek NED 6 2694
9. Wang Yue CHN 6 2685
10. Smeets, Jan NED 6 2695
11. Ivanchuk, Vassily UKR 2654
12. Stellwagen, Daniėl NED 2667
13. Adams, Michael ENG 2659
14. Morozevich, Alexander RUS 2654
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