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  • Wesley So Wins London Chess Classic 2016 and Grand Chess Tour 2016 Titles
    It’s a proud moment for Wesley So. He ends the year on a high note. This, after Wesley So drew his final round game against Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, while his closest contender for the London title, Fabiano Caruana, settled for draws as well against Anish Giri. London Chess Classic 2016 Round 9 Results Interesting to note … Continue reading “Wesley So Wins London Chess Classic 2016 and Grand Chess Tour 2016 Titles”

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  • Wesley So Leads London Chess Classic 2016 with 1 Round to go
    All games were drawn in the penultimate Round 8, except, of course, no surprise there — the Topalov game. Replay all Round 8 games below:

  • London Chess Classic 2016 Ranking After Round 7
    Replay all the Round 7 games below: Replay all the games in London Chess Classic 2016.

  • So, Caruana, MVL win in Round 6 – London Chess Classic 2016
    GM Veselin Topalov appears to have made losing a habit in the first 6 rounds of London Chess Classic 2016. This is his fifth loss in 6 games. He is now out of the top 20 in the live ratings list. His latest tragedy in the 6th round came from the tournament leader, Wesley So. … Continue reading “So, Caruana, MVL win in Round 6 – London Chess Classic 2016”

  • Wesley So Still Leads London Chess Classic 2016 After 5 Rounds
    We’re beyond halfway the tournament, with 5 rounds completed out of the scheduled 9. In Round 5, only the English Mickey Adams won against Veselin Topalov: London Chess Classic 2016 Round 5 Results Topalov can’t seem to get his groove going in this tournament as he scored ½ only out of 5 games. This is … Continue reading “Wesley So Still Leads London Chess Classic 2016 After 5 Rounds”

  • Two in a row for Nakamura
    Hikaru Nakamura wins anew in Round 4 of the London Chess Classic 2016, the fourth and final leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2016, against Veselin Topalov. This is the only decisive game of the round, all the rest were drawn. Wesley So failed to capitalize on his 1-pawn advantage against his nemesis, Anish Giri, … Continue reading “Two in a row for Nakamura”

  • Nakamura Wins in Round 3, London Chess Classic 2016
    Hikaru Nakamura had a loss for his birthday against Wesley So in Round 1, but he was able to deliver a loss for his opponent in Round 3 against Viswanthan Anand, who was also celebrating his birthday on that day. It seems to be a bad luck to be playing in the London Chess Classic … Continue reading “Nakamura Wins in Round 3, London Chess Classic 2016”

  • Wesley So Leads London Chess Classic at the end of Round 2
    It was another action-packed Round 2 in the London Chess Classic 2016, as 3 of the 5 matches were again decisive: Wesley So wins anew in Round 2 against England’s very own, Michael Adams. This two-in-a-row outstanding performance catapulted his Live Ratings to break the 2800 barrier for the first time:

  • London Chess Classic kicks off to some action
    The London Chess Classic 2016, the fourth and final leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2016, kicked off to some action, when three of the five games in Round 1 were decided. Hikaru Nakamura made a bad move as early as his 13th move with 13. Ne2 against Wesley So. The latter obliged and capitalized … Continue reading “London Chess Classic kicks off to some action”

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