The Your Next Move 2017 tournament format can be best described by the following chart:
Your Next Move 2017 Tournament Format
After 6 rounds of rapid chess, 22 games were decisive against 8 draws. That’s a high 73% decisive games percentage.
At the end of round 6, Wesley So leads by a full 1 point game (2 points by Your Next Move standards) with 4 wins and 2 draws. He defeated former world champions Vladimir Kramnik and Viswanathan Anand, as well as the current world champion Magnus Carlsen in the first 6 rapid rounds of this tournament.
Your Next Move 2017 Rapid Day 2 Results
Round 4 Results
|1||So, Wesley||1-0||Jobava, Baadur|
|2||Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime||½-½||Carlsen, Magnus|
|3||Aronian, Levon||1-0||Anand, Viswanathan|
|4||Ivanchuk, Vassily||0-1||Giri, Anish|
|5||Kramnik, Vladimir||½-½||Nepomniachtchi, Ian|
Replay Round 4 games below. Select games from the upper left drop-down list.
Round 5 Results
|1||Carlsen, Magnus||1-0||Kramnik, Vladimir|
|2||Giri, Anish||½-½||So, Wesley|
|3||Nepomniachtchi, Ian||1-0||Aronian, Levon|
|4||Anand, Viswanathan||1-0||Ivanchuk, Vassily|
|5||Jobava, Baadur||0-1||Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime|
Replay Round 5 games below. Select games from the upper left drop-down list.
Round 6 Results
|1||So, Wesley||1-0||Anand, Viswanathan|
|2||Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime||½-½||Giri, Anish|
|3||Carlsen, Magnus||1-0||Jobava, Baadur|
|4||Ivanchuk, Vassily||1-0||Nepomniachtchi, Ian|
|5||Kramnik, Vladimir||0-1||Aronian, Levon|
Replay Round 6 games below. Select games from the upper left drop-down list.
Your Next Move 2017 Ranking after Rapid Round 6
Photos courtesy of: Grand Chess Tour