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Sergey Karjakin
Russia, 27
  • Classic 2783
  • Blitz 2883
  • Rapid 2773
  • World rank9
  • National rank2
  • Continent rank5

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Karjakin in Chess World

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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For the second day in a row, there were three decisive games, but there was no change to the at the top as Pavel Eljanov continues to lead the event.
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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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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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Sergey Karjakin beat Magnus Carlsen on tiebreaks, gaining a little bit of revenge for losing the classical World Championship match to Carlsen last month.
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After the first day of the competition, the reigning World Champion, and the player he defeated for the title a month ago, are tied for first.
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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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