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Caruana Tops London; Carlsen Wins Grand Chess Tour - Chess.com

Grand Chess Tour News - December 11, 2017 - 4:05pm

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Caruana Tops London; Carlsen Wins Grand Chess Tour
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Fabiano Caruana won the London Chess Classic after beating Ian Nepomniachtchi in a playoff. Both players had finished on 6/9. Magnus Carlsen, who beat Levon Aronian in the final round, became the overall winner of the 2017 Grand Chess Tour ...

Carlsen vant Grand Chess Tour sammenlagt - Sunnmørsposten

Grand Chess Tour News - December 11, 2017 - 11:26am

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Carlsen vant Grand Chess Tour sammenlagt
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Magnus Carlsen vant mot Levon Aronian i sjakkturneringen London Classic mandag, og sikret med det sammenlagtseieren i Grand Chess Tour og 1,1 millioner kroner. Sport. Skrevet av (NTB) NTB. Publisert: 11.12 2017 18:26 Sist oppdatert: 11.12 2017 18:45 ...
Carlsen vant sammenlagt med et nødskrik - håver inn millionbeløpAftenposten
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Syk Carlsen avsluttet året med opptur: – Jeg er ikke i stand til å spilleNRK

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Carlsen vant Grand Chess Tour sammenlagt - Nettavisen

Grand Chess Tour News - December 11, 2017 - 11:25am

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Carlsen vant Grand Chess Tour sammenlagt
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Magnus Carlsen vant mot Levon Aronian i sjakkturneringen London Classic mandag, og sikret med det sammenlagtseieren i Grand Chess Tour og 1,1 millioner kroner. Carlsen mistet sjansen til å vinne turneringen i London da han gikk på en smell mot kompis ...
Syk Carlsen avsluttet året med opptur: – Jeg er ikke i stand til å spilleNRK
Ekspertene reagerer med vantro på dette Carlsen-trekket: – UtroligAftenposten
Carlsen håvet inn én mill. etter seierVG
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Carlsen vant Grand Chess Tour sammenlagt - Nettavisen

Grand Chess Tour News - December 11, 2017 - 11:24am

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Carlsen vant Grand Chess Tour sammenlagt
Nettavisen
Magnus Carlsen vant mot Levon Aronian i sjakkturneringen London Classic mandag, og sikret med det sammenlagtseieren i Grand Chess Tour og 1,1 millioner kroner. Carlsen mistet sjansen til å vinne turneringen i London da han gikk på en smell mot kompis ...
Syk Carlsen avsluttet året med opptur: – Jeg er ikke i stand til å spilleNRK
Carlsen håvet inn én mill. etter seier - Sjakk - VGVG
Ekspertene reagerer med vantro på dette Carlsen-trekket: – UtroligAftenposten
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London Chess Classic: Ian Nepomniachtchi wins after Magnus Carlsen's tactical blunder; Viswanathan Anand held - Firstpost

Grand Chess Tour News - December 11, 2017 - 9:27am

London Chess Classic: Ian Nepomniachtchi wins after Magnus Carlsen's tactical blunder; Viswanathan Anand held
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Carlsen's result was also important for Maxime Vachier-Lagrave – who drew against Viswanathan Anand in his game – as he's chasing the world champion for the overall Grand Chess Tour title. In the final round, the Frenchman will be paired against the ...

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London Chess Classic: Viswanathan Anand crumbles under pressure; Magnus Carlsen impresses against Michael ... - Firstpost

Grand Chess Tour News - December 10, 2017 - 10:42pm

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London Chess Classic: Viswanathan Anand crumbles under pressure; Magnus Carlsen impresses against Michael ...
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With this win, the Frenchman has kept the chances of winning not only the London Chess Classic but also the overall Grand Chess Tour alive while Karjakin, along with Anand and Adams, has no more hopes remaining of winning the title prize in London ...

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Playoffs To Decide 2018 Grand Chess Tour - Chess.com

Grand Chess Tour News - December 10, 2017 - 11:59am

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Playoffs To Decide 2018 Grand Chess Tour
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The 2018 Grand Chess Tour will be decided in a four-player playoff final to be held at the London Chess Classic. This was announced at a press meeting today in London. The 2017 Grand Chess Tour events—Paris, Leuven, Sinquefield Cup, St. Louis Rapid ...

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Chess notes - The Boston Globe

Grand Chess Tour News - December 9, 2017 - 12:29pm

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Chess notes
The Boston Globe
The fifth and final Grand Chess Tour (www.GrandChessTour.org) event, the 9th London Chess Classic, is well underway. The field includes the world champion, Magnus Carlsen; Americans Wesley So, Fabiano Caruana, and Hikaru Nakamura; candidate Levon ...
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Caruana one point ahead - The Hindu

Grand Chess Tour News - December 9, 2017 - 8:39am

Caruana one point ahead
The Hindu
Fabiano Caruana has taken early advantage of the flurry of draws at the London Chess Classic. The American, who scored two back-to-back wins, was in sole lead as the tournament entered its second rest day. He has 3.5 points, one ahead of his nearest ...

Carlsen Escapes vs Nakamura, Keeps Grand Chess Tour Hope Alive - Chess.com

Grand Chess Tour News - December 8, 2017 - 8:01pm

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Carlsen Escapes vs Nakamura, Keeps Grand Chess Tour Hope Alive
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Hikaru Nakamura had Magnus Carlsen on the ropes today, but failed to deliver. The only winner in round six of the London Chess Classic was Ian Nepomniachtchi, who beat Michael Adams. Nakamura not winning his game was bad news for Maxime Vachier-Lagrave ...

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London Chess Classic: Caruana one point ahead - Sportstarlive

Grand Chess Tour News - December 8, 2017 - 11:27am

London Chess Classic: Caruana one point ahead
Sportstarlive
But with six rounds remaining, there is plenty of chess left in the last stop of the Grand Chess Tour. Caruana's wins have come over Sergey Karjakin and five-time World champion Viswanathan Anand, both of whom thus are on two points. He had beaten the ...

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London chess classic: Caruana one point ahead - The Hindu

Grand Chess Tour News - December 8, 2017 - 10:58am

London chess classic: Caruana one point ahead
The Hindu
Fabiano Caruana has taken early advantage of the flurry of draws at the London Chess Classic. The American, who scored two back-to-back wins, was in sole lead as the tournament entered its second rest day. He has 3.5 points, one ahead of his nearest ...

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So shares No.2 in Grand Chess Tour - The Manila Times

Grand Chess Tour News - December 7, 2017 - 6:38am

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So shares No.2 in Grand Chess Tour
The Manila Times
Defending champion Grandmaster (GM) Wesley So scored 2.5 points after five rounds to share the second spot with six other players in the prestigious 2017 Grand Chess Tour – London Classic being held at the Olympia Conference Center in London, England ...
London Chess Classic 2017: Viswanathan Anand holds Levon ...Firstpost

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London Chess Classic: Viswanathan Anand holds Levon Aronian; Fabiano Caruana registers first win - Firstpost

Grand Chess Tour News - December 6, 2017 - 7:39pm

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London Chess Classic: Viswanathan Anand holds Levon Aronian; Fabiano Caruana registers first win
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Vachier-Lagrave's game against world champion Magnus Carlsen was the most significant encounter of the round as the former is trailing the latter on the overall Grand Chess Tour Standings for the top prize. Vachier-Lagrave was also able to get a better ...

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London Chess Classic: Caruana draws first blood - Sportstarlive

Grand Chess Tour News - December 6, 2017 - 12:34pm

London Chess Classic: Caruana draws first blood
Sportstarlive
07 December, 2017 00:11 IST. Fabiano Caruana (left) beat Sergey Karjakin to emerge as sole leader. Finally, there was blood on the board. Fabiano Caruana of the United States broke the deadlock in the London Chess Classic with a victory over Sergey ...

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London Chess Classic: Draw rules the day - Sportstarlive

Grand Chess Tour News - December 5, 2017 - 11:11am

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London Chess Classic: Draw rules the day
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All the five games were draws in the third round of the last event of the Grand Chess Tour. So, 15 games have failed to produce a decisive result in this tournament featuring some of the biggest names in the name. Round three, however, nearly had one ...
London Chess Classic 2017: Viswanathan Anand holds Magnus Carlsen; tournament yet to witness first decisive gameFirstpost

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Anand holds Carlsen - The Hindu

Grand Chess Tour News - December 5, 2017 - 11:09am

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Anand holds Carlsen
The Hindu
It was another day of draws at the London Chess Classic. All the five games were drawn in the third round of the last event of the Grand Chess Tour. So, 15 games have failed to produce a decisive result in this tournament featuring some of the biggest ...
London Chess Classic 2017: Viswanathan Anand holds Magnus Carlsen; tournament yet to witness first decisive gameFirstpost

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London Chess Classic 2017: Viswanathan Anand holds Magnus Carlsen; tournament yet to witness first decisive game - Firstpost

Grand Chess Tour News - December 5, 2017 - 10:20am

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London Chess Classic 2017: Viswanathan Anand holds Magnus Carlsen; tournament yet to witness first decisive game
Firstpost
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, who is chasing Carlsen for the top prize in the overall Grand Chess Tour series, found some neat ways in the opening to keep the position dynamic in his game against Michael Adams. Quite characteristically, Adams went for a ...
Anand holds CarlsenThe Hindu

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London Chess Classic: Peace maintains - Panorama.am

Grand Chess Tour News - December 5, 2017 - 1:41am

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London Chess Classic: Peace maintains
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After three rounds, it has been 100% draws at London Chess Classic, the concluding leg of the 2017 Grand Chess Tour, the National Olympic Committee said. The following five pairs drew their games at round three held on Monday – Levon Aronian-Sergey ...

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London Classic opens with draws - The Hindu

Grand Chess Tour News - December 4, 2017 - 11:42am

London Classic opens with draws
The Hindu
The London Chess Classic, the last event of the Grand Chess Tour, got off to a quiet start on Friday night. Though the five games were drawn, not all were unexciting encounters. The game between Viswanathan Anand and Hikaru Nakamura provided pretty ...

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