|FIDE rtg +/-||3,8|
|1||49||Cheng Bobby||2103||AUS||4,0||w 1|
|2||32||Stojic Dusan||2229||AUS||4,5||s 1|
|3||21||WGM||Karavade Eesha||2359||IND||5,5||w 1|
|4||8||IM||Sengupta Deep||2466||IND||7,0||s 0|
|5||4||GM||Kunte Abhijit||2513||IND||6,5||w ½|
|6||1||GM||Reinderman Dimitri||2560||NED||6,0||s ½|
|7||28||Ikeda Junta||2261||AUS||5,0||w 1|
|8||6||GM||Deepan Chakkravarthy J||2482||IND||7,0||s 0|
|9||24||WGM||Swathi Ghate||2330||IND||5,5||w ½|
In order to achieve a GM norm in a 9 round tournament, you have to do the following:
1) Play at least three GMs and five titleholders, no more than two players may be without a FIDE-ELO rating (including yourself)
2) Play against players from at least three federations, and no more than six from the same federation (including yourself)
3) Score at least 7/9 against an ELO-average of at least 2381, 6.5/9 against at least 2435 or 6/9 against at least 2476. Eventually, opponents without FIDE-ELO are counted as 2250 (previously 2000).
Players can also obtain norms of more than 9 rounds, provided that they achieve a 2601 performance rating.
The normal way of getting the GM title is by getting three of these norms, in at least 27 games, (three 9 round tournaments usually). You will also need a FIDE rating of at least 2500 on some point after the first GM norm was achieved. A GM norm (or any other norm) will be awarded if the 2500 (2400) border was passed during a tournament. This is to avoid withdrawals during the tournament, if a norm already was achieved. You can also become GM directly by winning the World Junior Championships, or by getting a GM norm based on 13 games in the Olympiad.