The Grand Prix returns to the Telegraph Building in central Moscow, which previously hosted the 2016 Candidates Tournament won by Sergey Karjakin of Russia.
The tournament, a nine round Swiss contest, is the second of four Grand Prix in 2017 and follow’s the Sharjah Grand Prix in February which was won by Alexander Grischuk, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov in a three way tie.
The Moscow Grand Prix is sponsored by Kaspersky Lab, PhosAgro and EG Capital Partners.
Each round starts at 2PM (GMT +3). The live broadcast of every game at the Moscow Grand Prix is available exclusively at www.worldchess.com.
The tickets for the 2017 FIDE World Chess Moscow Grand Prix are available at ponominalu.ru
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