At the end of Round 2 of Sinquefield Cup 2016, 5 out of 10 games (50%) were decided. But in Round 3, all games were drawn.
They were not necessarily uncontested draws at all. The game between Wesley So and Levon Aronian is one example where Aronian traded his two minor pieces for a rook and a pawn early on, but just as the game started, the game ended even.[replay]
Wesley So still leads the tournament so far, after applying the tiebreak. See standings below:
Sinquefield Cup 2016 Ranking after Round 3
Replay the round 3 games or check out all the games played so far in this tourney.
Photo credit: Grand Chess Tour.
Mikhail James Tal
Wow great idol
you can beat them wesley good luck.