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Evgeny Tomashevsky
Russia, 30
  • Classic 2702
  • Blitz 2640
  • Rapid 2724
  • World rank43
  • National rank11
  • Continent rank28

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Tomashevsky in Chess World

The only woman in the field was also the only one to win in Round 1 of the Moscow Grand Prix
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Hou Yifan was the sole winner in Round 1 of the second tournament of the 2017 Grand Prix
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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave continue to lead after another day dominated by draws.
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Mamedyarov won on Tuesday while Vachier-Lagrave drew in Round 4 of the year’s first Grand Prix.
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He has won his first two games in the first Grand Prix of the year.
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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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He only needed a draw in the final round as his nearest pursuer, Anish Giri, also drew.
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For the second day in a row, all the games were drawn. Ian Nepomniachtchi still leads with one round to go.
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Every game was drawn in Round 7, so the standings did not change.
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Ian Nepomniachtchi won to leapfrog Anish Giri, who lost, as the leader of the tournament on a day when four out of five games were decisive.
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There were three decisive games in Round 3, with Ian Nepomniachtchi and Anish Giri both winning to move into a tie for first.
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One of the strongest tournaments of the year — in honor of the eighth World Champion — began Monday
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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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