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Dmitry Jakovenko
Russia, 34
  • Classic 2721
  • Blitz 2616
  • Rapid 2733
  • World rank37
  • National rank9
  • Continent rank23

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Jakovenko in Chess World

Emil Sutovsky, the president of the Association of Chess Professionals, tied for first with Evgeniy Najer in the recent Karpov Poikovsky tournament, and took the title on tiebreaks.
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Grischuk and Vachier-Lagrave are now tied going into the last round.
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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave continue to lead after another day dominated by draws.
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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave continue to lead, but the group just behind them includes five players after Ian Nepomniachtchi won in Round 6.
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But after three other players won in Round 5, there are now four players within a half point of the leaders.
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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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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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After six rounds, half the field is tied for the lead!
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The Ukrainian grandmaster edged out the top seed by half a point.
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The field includes some top players and a couple of them have produced really exciting games.
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Russia’s and China’s men’s team fought to a draw in the annual tête-à-tête between two of the world’s chess superpowers. Russia’s women did a bit better by narrowly defeating their rivals.
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David Anton Guijarro, the 24th seed, is the sole leader after 7 rounds, but a world-class field lurks just a half point behind him.
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None of the top teams lost, or was in any real danger of losing, in Round 1 of the European Club Cup, but several of the top players on those teams barely escaped with draws against lower-ranked opposition.
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At the European Club Cup, the best players in the world have been hired by the top teams to bring home the championship.
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