US Chess Championship 2017 Round 7 Results

Yaroslav Zherebukh wins against Fabiano Caruana in Round 7 of the US Chess Championship 2017, to join Wesley So at the top of the ranking. Wesley So, meanwhile, splits the point with Ray Robson in the same round.

US Chess Championship 2017 Round 7 Results

#WhiteResultBlack
1Zherebukh, Yaroslav1-0Caruana, Fabiano
2Akobian, Varuzhan½-½Onischuk, Alexander
3Nakamura, Hikaru½-½Shankland, Samuel L
4Robson, Ray½-½So, Wesley
5Kamsky, Gata1-0Naroditsky, Daniel
6Xiong, Jeffery0-1Shabalov, Alexander
 

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US Chess Championship 2017 Ranking after Round 7

RankNameScoreRating
1GM So, Wesley 4.5 2822
2GM Zherebukh, Yaroslav 4.5 2605
3GM Nakamura, Hikaru 4.0 2793
4GM Akobian, Varuzhan 4.0 2645
5GM Caruana, Fabiano 3.5 2817
6GM Robson, Ray 3.5 2668
7GM Onischuk, Alexander 3.5 2667
8GM Shankland, Samuel L 3.5 2666
9GM Naroditsky, Daniel 3.5 2646
10GM Kamsky, Gata 3.0 2659
11GM Xiong, Jeffery 2.5 2674
12GM Shabalov, Alexander 2.0 2556
 

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