Aronian leads Norway Chess 2017 at the end of Round 7

It was another action-packed Round 7 in the 5th Altibox Norway Chess 2017. Levon Aronian won against Sergey Karjakin to take solo lead at the end of the round, with 2 more rounds to go. The world champion and Norway’s very own, Magnus Carlsen, found himself in trouble again, as he lost to Vladimir Kramnik, and thus now shares the bottom place with Maxime Vachier-Lagrave in the ranking. Wesley So failed to capitalize on his 1-pawn advantage and eventually split the point with Fabiano Caruana.

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Altibox Norway Chess 2017 Round 7 Results

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So far, Wesley So drew all his games, and has yet to win or lose a single game in this tournament.

Altibox Norway Chess 2017 Ranking after Round 7

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Replay all the games of Norway Chess 2017.

Six more ELO points to go, and Magnus Carlsen can bid goodbye to his number 1 spot in the world ranking:

Photo courtesy: @NorwayChess

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