#35
Arkadij Naiditsch
Azerbaijan, 31
  • Classic 2710
  • Blitz 2632
  • Rapid 2634
  • World rank35
  • National rank3
  • Continent rank24

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Naiditsch in Chess World

All of the games were drawn, but it was only because there were several missed wins. Aronian finished 1.5 points ahead of his nearest rival to win easily.
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With his fourth consecutive victory, Levon Aronian won the tournament with a round to spare.
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He won his third consecutive game, while his closest rivals drew. The World Champion also won his first game of the event.
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Hou Yifan lost to Maxime Vachier-Lagrave in Round 4, while Levon Aronian beat Matthias Blübaum to take over the lead.
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But three players are only a half point back.
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With her second straight win to start the tournament, Hou Yifan is the sole leader.
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Hou Yifan beat Fabiano Caruana in Round 1. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave also lost, while Magnus Carlsen, the World Champion, was held to a draw.
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Wang, one of China’s top players, won the Sharjah Masters on tiebreaks over a world-class field.
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Often, the key to success is being able to navigate the tactics when a game becomes complicated. In the following game, White fails to do so and loses from a perfectly good position.
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The United States and Ukraine remain tied for the lead in the open section, while China and Russia will play each other for the gold in the women’s division.
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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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China, the defending champion, was beaten by Ukraine. Azerbaijan also lost. There are now only three unbeaten teams left in the open section.
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With large disparities between the teams, upsets were unlikely, but higher ranked players had to sweat in a few games.
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Jun 18

No Going Back

When players decide to advance pawns, particularly to attack, they must by fully committed to their strategy.
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