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Tied with two points each are Grandmasters Yuriy Kryvoruchko and Martyn Kravtsiv of Ukraine, Vladislav Artemiev and Ernesto Inarkiev of Russia, Arkadij Naiditsch and Eltaj Saffarli of Azerbaijan, Vladislav Kovalev of Belarus, Rinat Jumabayev of Kazakhstan, Parham Maghsoodloo and Alireza Firouzja of Iran, Manuel and Tigran Petrosyan of Armenia, Nodirbek Abdusattorov and Nodirbek Yakubboev of Uzbekistan and Eduardo Iturrizaga Bonelli of Venezuela.
Hovhannisyan (Article 316 Part 2), Vahe Mkrtchyan (Article 316 Part 2), Hayk Harutyunyan (Article 316 Part 2), Tigran Petrosyan
An accompanying letter of provenance from Stojnic's son states that Bobby Fischer, Mikhail Tal, Tigran Petrosyan, Svetozar Gligoric and other professional chess players were regular visitors to Stojnic's home in Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Five players follow with 4 points each, namely IM Tigran Petrosyan of Armenia, GM Pavel Ponkratov of Russia, untitled Piotr Brodowski of Poland, IM Amirrera Pourramenzanali of Iran and IM Lou Yiping of China.
of world champion Tigran Petrosyan over Mikhail Botvinnik.