#106
Hou Yifan
China, 23
  • Classic 2652
  • Blitz 2659
  • Rapid 2611
  • World rank106
  • National rank9
  • Continent rank18

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Yifan in Chess World

With a win 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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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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The co-leaders drew to stay tied for first, but there were three other decisive games in Round 5.
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In a clash of co-leaders, Ding beat Hou Yifan, his compatriot, in Round 3 to take control of the tournament. There were four other decisive results on a busy day.
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Ding joined Hou in the lead after winning in Round 2. Nepomniachtchi also won.
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After two rounds, Ding Liren and Hou Yifan of China are tied for the lead of the second Grand Prix tournament.
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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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All of the games were drawn, but it was only because there were several missed wins. Aronian finished 1.5 points ahead of his nearest rival to win easily.
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With his fourth consecutive victory, Levon Aronian won the tournament with a round to spare.
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He won his third consecutive game, while his closest rivals drew. The World Champion also won his first game of the event.
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Hou Yifan lost to Maxime Vachier-Lagrave in Round 4, while Levon Aronian beat Matthias Blübaum to take over the lead.
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But three players are only a half point back.
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With her second straight win to start the tournament, Hou Yifan is the sole leader.
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Hou Yifan beat Fabiano Caruana in Round 1. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave also lost, while Magnus Carlsen, the World Champion, was held to a draw.
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The Women’s World Championship that ended last week was missing some of the world’s top players, a result of issues with the venue and the format.
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