#19
Peter Svidler
Russia, 40
  • Classic 2747
  • Blitz 2797
  • Rapid 2729
  • World rank19
  • National rank5
  • Continent rank12

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Svidler in Chess World

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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In winning the Du Te Cup, Ding proved that he can beat a stellar international field.
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Though there were no decisive results in Round 5 of the Shenzhen Masters, there were several close calls.
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Giri and Ding continue to lead after all the games were drawn in Round 4.
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Harikrishna, the leader after Round 2 of the elite tournament, lost to Giri to fall back into a tie for third.
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The Indian grandmaster was the first to win a game in the elite Shenzhen Masters.
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Round 1 of the Shenzhen Masters, featuring six of the world’s top players, produced no decisive results.
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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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Blitz and rapid chess evolved relatively recently, aided by developments in technology.
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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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For a five-year period between 2007 and 2012, Viswanathan Anand was the undisputed king of chess.
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