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Hikaru Nakamura
USA, 29
  • Classic 2780
  • Blitz 2857
  • Rapid 2829
  • World rank10
  • National rank3
  • Continent rank3

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Nakamura in Chess World

With a victory in the final round, Ding Liren won the second Grand Prix. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov drew his last game and finished in second.
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Most of the games were drawn in Round 8 on Saturday, leaving the top of the leaderboard unchanged. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Ding Liren continue to lead.
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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Ding Liren continue to lead, but there are now seven players trailing them by only half a point.
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Ding Liren and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov still lead, but there are now six players who are half a point back.
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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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He showed off his blitz skills on Monday to win his third straight Zurich Chess Challenge
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The blitz phase of the competition on Monday will decide the title.
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The race is tight as three other players are only a point behind.
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Four players are tied for the lead after Day 2.
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Vladimir Kramnik beat Viswanathan Anand while Hikaru Nakamura bested Yannick Pelletier in Round 1 of the Kortchnoi Chess Challenge.
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He won the blitz tournament to award seedings in the Kortchnoi Zurich Classic
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Wesley So and Alexander Onischuk qualified for a playoff to decide the open title.
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In the open section, three players are tied for first, while the women’s crown is down to two players.
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Wesley So won a sacrificial game for the ages while Varuzhan Akobian was gifted a victory in Round 9.
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Varuzhan Akobian and Sabina-Francesca Foisor moved into ties for first after important wins in Round 8.
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But the World’s No. 2 ranked player survived a scare on Tuesday. In the women’s division, Paikidze, the defending Champion, also leads.
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