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Laurent Fressinet
France, 35
  • Classic 2657
  • Blitz 2608
  • Rapid 2639
  • World rank93
  • National rank3
  • Continent rank65

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Fressinet in Chess World

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Sergey Karjakin won the title on tiebreaks over Magnus Carlsen because of a crucial last-round win and some good breaks.
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After the second day of competition in the first event of the Grand Chess Tour, Nakamura holds a small lead over Magnus Carlsen
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The Grand Chess Tour gets underway in Paris. Carlsen and Nakamura share the lead after Day 1.
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Games involving players of different generations usually end in favor of the younger player. But not always.
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After taking a commanding lead after Round 9, the Russian grandmaster coasted to victory.
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Rauf Mamedov won the blitz competition on Tuesday, a full point ahead of the field. Evgeny Tomashevsky of Russia took silver.
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The quadrennial competition is being held in China and started with the rapid competition.
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With a win in Round 7 over its closest rival, Russia is now comfortably ahead of the field in the European Team Championship. The real battle is now for silver.
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The top-seeded Russians had a surprising amount of trouble with 17th-seeded Georgia in Round 6 of the European Team Championship. Up next? France, which beat No. 2 seeded Ukraine.
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Russia and Ukraine won their third round matches, while World Champion Magnus Carlsen made his debut, and lost, to Levon Aronian.
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At just past the half-way point of the tournament, Vachier-Lagrave has a half point lead over Carlsen, the defending champion, and many other players are close behind.
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