#23
Radoslaw Wojtaszek
Poland, 30
  • Classic 2736
  • Blitz 2718
  • Rapid 2715
  • World rank23
  • National rank1
  • Continent rank14

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Wojtaszek in Chess World

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov won the Gashimov Memorial after a final-round draw. Wesley So, Veselin Topalov and Valdimir Kramnik tied for second.
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His lead has been shaved to half a point heading into the last round on Sunday.
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For the first time during the Gashimov Memorial, all the games were drawn. Mamedyarov still leads by a point.
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With another victory, the tournament leader has stretched his lead.
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While Mamedyarov played a quick draw, Kramnik won a remarkable game and is now tied for second.
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He leads the Gashimov Memorial after three rounds after he beat Pavel Eljanov, the leader through Round 2.
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He has won both his games to start the tournament and has a half point lead.
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The Gashimov Memorial started Saturday and produced a major surprise in Round 1: Wesley So lost, his first loss in nine months.
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Wang, one of China’s top players, won the Sharjah Masters on tiebreaks over a world-class field.
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Three of the world’s top six players play for the United States, giving it a good chance to recapture the World Championship.
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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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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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