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Wesley So leads Your Next Move 2017 after the Rapid Rounds

Wesley So leads Leuven after the Rapid Rounds

After 9 rounds of rapid games, Wesley So is on top of the ranking for Your Next Move 2017, the 2nd leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2017, currently happening in Leuven, Belgium. There are 18 rounds of blitz games still left in the tournament.

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Wesley So defeated former and current world champions and leads Leuven after 6 rapid rounds

Day 2 of Your Next Move 2017, the second leg of Grand Chess Tour 2017, resumed in Leuven, Belgium for Rounds 4 to 6 of Rapid games.

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.

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Wesley So leads Your Next Move 2017 after Rapid Round 3

Your Next Move 2017 is the second leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2017, which is currently happening in the city of Leuven in Belgium. Just like the GCT Paris, Your Next Move comprises 9 rounds of rapid games and 18 blitz games. Rapid games are scored 2 points for a win and 1 point for a draw, while the Blitz are scored the normal way of 1 point for a win and 1/2 for draw.

On Your Next Move 2017 Day 1, Wesley So defeated Vladimir Kramnik and Magnus Carlsen to lead the tournament after 3 rapid rounds.Replay »

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Magnus Carlsen wins Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017

At the end of 9 rapid and 18 blitz rounds of Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017, Magnus Carlsen was tied with Maxime Vachier-Lagrave for first place with 24 points apiece, thus they faced off in tie-break games.

After two tie-break games, Carlsen came out victorious with 1.5 points vs. MVL’s 0.5. Check out the GCT ranking after Paris »

Magnus Carlsen leads on Rapid Day 2 Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017

Day 2 of three rapid games for Rounds 4, 5 and 6 of Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017: Magnus Carlsen scored another impressive 2 wins and a draw, including his Round 4 win against Wesley So.Replay »

Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017 Game Results

Round 4

#WhiteResultsBlack
1Nakamura, Hikaru1-0Bacrot, Etienne
2Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar1-0Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime
3So, Wesley0-1Carlsen, Magnus
4Karjakin, Sergey½-½Caruana, Fabiano
5Topalov, Veselin0-1Grischuk, Alexander
 

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Carlsen and So lead Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017 after Round 3 Rapid

The first stop of the Grand Chess Tour 2017, the Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017, kicked off with three rapid games in one day.

The Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017 is composed of 9 rounds of Rapid Chess, with the time control of 25 minutes for each player for the whole game plus 10 seconds delay per move, and 18 rounds of Blitz Chess, with the time control of 5 minutes for each player for the whole game plus 3 seconds delay for each move.

Grand Chess Tour Paris 2017 Rounds 1 to 3 Results

RoundWhiteResultsBlack
1.1Nakamura, Hikaru½-½Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar
1.2Grischuk, Alexander½-½Carlsen, Magnus
1.3Karjakin, Sergey½-½Topalov, Veselin
1.4Bacrot, Etienne0-1Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime
1.5Caruana, Fabiano0-1So, Wesley
2.1So, Wesley1-0Bacrot, Etienne
2.2Nakamura, Hikaru½-½Karjakin, Sergey
2.3Topalov, Veselin1-0Caruana, Fabiano
2.4Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar0-1Carlsen, Magnus
2.5Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime½-½Grischuk, Alexander
3.1Carlsen, Magnus1-0Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime
3.2Grischuk, Alexander½-½So, Wesley
3.3Karjakin, Sergey0-1Mamedyarov, Shakhriyar
3.4Bacrot, Etienne½-½Topalov, Veselin
3.5Caruana, Fabiano0-1Nakamura, Hikaru
 

Check out the ranking after Day 1 Rapid »