Your Next Move 2018 Day 2: Wesley So extends lead

Fast chess such as Rapid and Blitz games truly brings excitement into the world of chess. That’s the meat of the first leg of Grand Chess Tour 2018, the Your Next Move 2018 happening in Leuven, Belgium, as it brings top chess players around the globe to play rapid and blitz chess.

On Day 2 of the Rapid games, Wesley So pulled off yet another outstanding chess as he won 2, against Anish Giri and Alexander Grischuk, and drew against Levon Aronian in Round 6.

Thus, So now leads by 1 full game against the closest runner up.

Your Next Move 2018 Ranking after Day 2 Rapid

RkPlayerFEDRatingScore
1So, WesleyUSA27785
2Aronian, LevonARM27644
3Vachier-Lagrave, MaximeFRA2789
4Karjakin, SergeyRUS2782
5Mamedyarov, ShakhriyarAZE2808
6Nakamura, HikaruUSA27693
7Giri, AnishNED27822
8Grischuk, AlexanderRUS27662
9Anand, ViswanathanIND27592
10Caruana, FabianoUSA2816
 

Here are the scores according to the Your Next Move scoring system:

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