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Ding Liren
China, 24
  • Classic 2760
  • Blitz 2875
  • Rapid 2712
  • World rank12
  • National rank1
  • Continent rank2

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Liren in Chess World

He has won his first two games in the first Grand Prix of the year.
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The first round of the first Grand Prix produced three decisive games.
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Three of the 18 players in the first Grand Prix notched victories in Round 1.
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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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After Ukraine lost to the United States and India beat the Netherlands, India is the sole remaining undefeated and untied team in the open section of the Olympiad.
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Wesley So has won the 2016 Sinquefield Cup. He finished a half point ahead of four players after a last round filled with tension and drama.
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Wesley So preserved his lead, but there are now three players only a half point behind him.
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The games were hard-fought, with one running almost seven hours, but no one could land a knockout blow.
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Wesley So is the new leader of the Sinquefield Cup after he beat Veselin Topalov in Round 6. There were two other decisive games as well.
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He was the only one to win a game on Tuesday and he now has a half-point lead on his nearest rivals in the Sinquefield Cup.
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For the second consecutive day all the games were drawn, though this time it was because of superior play, not missed opportunities.
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There were several exciting games in Round 3, but all of them ended in draws.
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More fierce battles, and a host of mistakes, at the Sinquefield Cup led to three decisive results. Four players are now tied for the lead.
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There were tough fights and two of the five games were decisive.
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The tournament finished Sunday and included most of China’s top players and a few elite foreign players.
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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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