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Alexander Grischuk
Russia, 33
  • Classic 2742
  • Blitz 2813
  • Rapid 2822
  • World rank20
  • National rank5
  • Continent rank14

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Grischuk in Chess World

Mamedyarov won on Tuesday while Vachier-Lagrave drew in Round 4 of the year’s first Grand Prix.
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The Grand Prix is the first leg in the road to the World Championship; Kaspersky Lab, a global cybersecurity firm, is a sponsor.
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Sergey Karjakin beat Magnus Carlsen on tiebreaks, gaining a little bit of revenge for losing the classical World Championship match to Carlsen last month.
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He earned the title on tie-break over Alexander Grischuk and Magnus Carslen.
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Korobov, from Ukraine, has a perfect score after Day 1, while Magnus Carlsen, the defending champion, has already lost a game and drawn another.
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Blitz and rapid chess evolved relatively recently, aided by developments in technology.
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The Championships, which are being held in Doha, Qatar, will be broadcast each day at 12 PM GMT.
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Heading into the final round, no less than six players had a realistic chance for first place. Four decisive games ensued and Alexander Riazantsev emerged victorious. World Chess’s columnist walks readers through how it all unfolded.
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In a surprise, the 31-year-old won his first title ahead of many better-known and higher-ranked players.
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For a five-year period between 2007 and 2012, Viswanathan Anand was the undisputed king of chess.
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After six rounds, half the field is tied for the lead!
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World Chess’s columnist runs down the most outstanding performances from the competition in Baku.
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After wins in Round 9, the United States and Ukraine lead Russia by a point. In the women’s section, China beat the United States to become the sole leader.
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After a draw on the top board between Russia and the United States, three teams lead the open section. In the women’s section, after upsetting the Russian team, the United States is now tied for the lead with China.
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In Round 4, Russia, the top seed, was upended by Ukraine, while the United States, the No. 2 seed, was held to a draw by the Czech Republic. And in the women’s section, the World Champion lost to a professional politician.
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Most of the top teams won, but they were not unscathed, and there were some mild upsets. Notably, the top seeded Chinese women were held to a draw.
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