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  • Wesley So leads Grand Chess Tour 2018 tally after Leuven and Paris
    Grand Chess Tour 2018 is a five-leg tour composed of the rapid and blitz games in Leuven and Paris, and rapid, blitz and classical games tournaments in St. Louis later this year. The final leg in London will played among the top 4 finishers in the first four legs. At the end of each leg, … Continue reading “Wesley So leads Grand Chess Tour 2018 tally after Leuven and Paris”

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  • Nakamura wins Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018
    There goes the conclusion of the Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018, the second leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2018. Right before the final round, Hikaru Nakamura only needed a draw to ultimately bag home the title. But it was not enough for him, as he even played and won his last round game against … Continue reading “Nakamura wins Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018”

  • Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 Blitz Games
  • Wesley So in Solo Lead after Day 2 in Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018
    As the second leg of Grand Chess Tour continues in Paris, Wesley So takes solo lead at the end of Day 2 — after 6 rapid rounds. This, after he defeated Vladimir Kramnik and Alexander Grischuk and drew with Levon Aronian during the day. Replay Day 2 games below: Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 Ranking … Continue reading “Wesley So in Solo Lead after Day 2 in Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018”

  • Paris Grand Chess Tour 2018 Rapid Games
  • Grand Chess Tour Paris 2018 Day 1 Rapid Results: Aronian, Anand, and So lead
    The second leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2018, the Paris GCT 2018, kicked off just 4 days after Leuven. The format is still the same: 5 days, 9 rapid, and 18 blitz games. Vladimir Kramnik plays wildcard in Anish Giri‘s stead. Day 1 was action-packed, as expected in rapid games. 7 out of the … Continue reading “Grand Chess Tour Paris 2018 Day 1 Rapid Results: Aronian, Anand, and So lead”

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  • Wesley So Wins Your Next Move 2018
    The first leg of the Grand Chess Tour 2018, the Your Next Move 2018, came to a conclusion. After 5 days of play, 9 rounds of rapid and 18 rounds of blitz games, Wesley So emerged victorious being just half a point ahead of the contenders: Sergey Karjakin and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave. The last round indeed … Continue reading “Wesley So Wins Your Next Move 2018”

  • Your Next Move 2018 Blitz Games
  • Your Next Move 2018 Rapid – Wesley So leads by a game and a half
    On the third day of Your Next Move 2018, Wesley So further extends his lead as the rapid rounds wrap up when he defeated Hikaru Nakamura in the 7th round. Thus, after the 9 rapid rounds, below is the rankings: Your Next Move 2018 Ranking after Rapid Rounds And here’s how it looks using the … Continue reading “Your Next Move 2018 Rapid – Wesley So leads by a game and a half”

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