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Yu Yangyi
China, 22
  • Classic 2750
  • Blitz 2735
  • Rapid 2791
  • World rank17
  • National rank2
  • Continent rank4

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Yangyi in Chess World

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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Top players usually follow positional and strategic principles, but they also know when to deviate, as in the following game.
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World Chess’s columnist looks at some of the shortest games by some of the best players.
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The American grandmaster once again had to do it in a playoff
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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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China was the defending champion at the Olympiad this year. But in Round 5, its defense of the title began to unravel when one of its players finally lost a game.
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China, the defending champion, was beaten by Ukraine. Azerbaijan also lost. There are now only three unbeaten teams left in the open section.
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Most of the top teams won, but they were not unscathed, and there were some mild upsets. Notably, the top seeded Chinese women were held to a draw.
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The tournament finished Sunday and included most of China’s top players and a few elite foreign players.
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Russia’s and China’s men’s team fought to a draw in the annual tête-à-tête between two of the world’s chess superpowers. Russia’s women did a bit better by narrowly defeating their rivals.
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David Anton Guijarro, the 24th seed, is the sole leader after 7 rounds, but a world-class field lurks just a half point behind him.
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