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Like the first round, there were five draws and two victories. Local favourite Levon Aronian fulfilled expectations of his fans and scored a win with white pieces against over Russian GM Evgeny Alekseev. Russian Dmitry Jakovenko won GM Gata Kamsky (USA). The other games were drawn. After his win in round 1 Ivan Cheparinov made a draw against Vladimir Akopian. The other leader, Peter Leko, also made a draw against Pavel Eljanov.

So after Round 2 Ivan Cheparinov, Levon Aronian and Peter Leko are in early lead with 1.5 points each.


Round 2 results:
GM Leko Peter 2756 - GM Eljanov Pavel 2716
GM Karjakin Sergey 2717 - GM Gelfand Boris 2755
GM Bacrot Etienne 2721 - GM Kasimdzhanov Rustam 2672
GM Jakovenko Dmitry 2760 1 - 0 GM Kamsky Gata 2717
GM Akopian Vladimir 2712 - GM Cheparinov Ivan 2678
GM Aronian Levon 2768 1 - 0 GM Alekseev Evgeny 2714
GM Inarkiev Ernesto 2675 - GM Ivanchuk Vassily 2703

You can watch the games on the official web site: http://jermuk2009.fide.com/
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