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Levon Aronian
Armenia, 34
  • Classic 2785
  • Blitz 2753
  • Rapid 2797
  • World rank7
  • National rank1
  • Continent rank4

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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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In a thrilling final round that saw five decisive games, Wesley So won to finish a full point ahead of Magnus Carlsen.
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But three players, including Magnus Carlsen, the World Champion, trail by half a point.
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Wei Yi recorded the only victory of Round 11 to draw within a half point of the leader.
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With a win in Round 10, Wesley So now leads the field by a full point.
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Magnus Carlsen recorded the sole victory in Round 9, pulling him back to within a half point of So.
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On another action-packed day, the biggest surprise was the quick loss by the reigning World Champion.
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Blunders and oversights plagued the players in Round 7, but at the end of the day, Wesley So still led, trailed now by three players.
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Caught by surprise in the opening, Wesley So managed to draw in Round 6, which was enough to hold onto the lead as his closest rivals also drew.
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The leader after four rounds finally lost, while So won his third consecutive game.
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Only one game in the top section ended decisively. Magnus Carlsen, the World Champion, managed an easy draw.
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For about two weeks a year in winter, for close to 80 years, a small, seaside community in the Netherlands, has been the center of the chess universe.
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World Chess’s columnist explains how a top correspondence player took a tip from Magnus Carlsen, with spectacular results.
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If White begins 1. d4, Black’s ability to equalize often is based on whether he can play c5. Many times when it seems he cannot, that is not true, as World Chess’s columnist explains.
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With a surge of 4.5 points on Day 2 of the competition, Ivanchuk is now the sole leader.
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Korobov, from Ukraine, has a perfect score after Day 1, while Magnus Carlsen, the defending champion, has already lost a game and drawn another.
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