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David Navara
Czech Republic, 32
  • Classic 2732
  • Blitz 2748
  • Rapid 2703
  • World rank24
  • National rank1
  • Continent rank16

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Navara in Chess World

David Navara and Sergei Movsesian played 12 games against each other — at the same time! This was the best of the lot.
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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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India had been the last unbeaten and untied team. In the women’s section, five teams are tied for the lead.
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After taking a commanding lead after Round 9, the Russian grandmaster coasted to victory.
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Worldchess’s columnist writes about some of the interesting and unusual games of the last week played in China and Europe.
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The Russian grandmaster Ernesto Inarkiev has seized control of the European Individual Championship and leads by a full point with only two rounds to play.
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David Navara, the top seed, and Ernesto Inarkiev, are tied for the lead and will face each other in Round 8.
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The quadrennial event concluded with its most unusual format: Basque chess.
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Rauf Mamedov won the blitz competition on Tuesday, a full point ahead of the field. Evgeny Tomashevsky of Russia took silver.
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If more than one competitor in a tournament plays the same sequence of moves in the same round, it might be coincidence, but sometimes it is intentional, as Worldchess’s columnist explains.
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The World Champion’s opponent blundered, giving him a full point, while his closest pursuer only drew. Carlsen now leads by a point with two rounds to play.
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The World Champion won in Round 9, while his closest rival only drew. Carlsen now leads by a full point.
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Fabiano Caruana lost to David Navara, while the World Champion drew in Round 8. He now leads Caruana by half a point.
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With his second consecutive win, Magnus Carlsen pulled into a tie with two others after Round 6 of the elite tournament in the Netherlands.
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After an eventful fifth round, there are now two co-leaders and four other players within a half point.
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Caruana failed to win a marathon game against Giri in Round 4, but there were many other decisive results in both sections.
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