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Vladimir Kramnik
Russia, 41
  • Classic 2811
  • Blitz 2744
  • Rapid 2798
  • World rank4
  • National rank1
  • Continent rank2

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Kramnik in Chess World

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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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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Joop van Oosterom, who died last year, sponsored many great tournaments that produced some wonderful games.
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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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Most people expected Garry Kasparov to win, but Vladimir Kramnik had prepared a nasty opening surprise for the match and it helped him win the title.
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Blitz and rapid chess evolved relatively recently, aided by developments in technology.
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One day after wrapping up first place in the Grand Chess Tour, Wesley So added the London tournament title to his collection.
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Wesley So, the tournament leader, drew with Fabiano Caruana, the player in second, to preserve his lead in the London Classic.
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There was only one decisive game in Round 7 and the top of the leader board in the London Classic remained unchanged.
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The first round after the break produced three decisive games, but no change in the overall leader as Wesley So won again.
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