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Wesley So Grabs the Lead in Leuven
Wesley So Grabs the Lead in Leuven
Ian Nepomniachtchi shares the second place.   
Second Stage of the Grand Chess Tour Starts in Leuven
Second Stage of the Grand Chess Tour Starts in Leuven
Russia is represented by Vladimir Kramnik and Ian Nepomniachtchi.  
Russian National Teams Triumphantly Arrived in Moscow From Khanty-Mansiysk
Russian National Teams Triumphantly Arrived in Moscow From Khanty-Mansiysk
At the airport they were met by chess fans and journalists.  
July 1-12

Higher League 2017

// About the tournament
Topics:
27 June 2017
A New Kind of Gold The final round of the World Team Championships in the review of Maxim Notkin.
26 June 2017
Pawns as Life Savers Maxim Notkin relates about the 8th round of the World Team Championships.
25 June 2017
Chinese Wall vs. Berlin Wall Round 8 of the World Team Championships in Khanty-Manisysk in the review of Maxim Notkin
24 June 2017
An Extra Piece Is Never Amiss Maxim Notkin relates about round 6 of the World Team Championships in Khanty-Mansiysk
22 June 2017
Castaway Bishops Round 5 of the World Team Championships in the review of Maxim Notkin
21 June 2017
Ladies' Choice Is Cavalry Round 4 of the World Team Championships in the review of Maxim Notkin
20 June 2017
Artful Najdorf Maxim Notkin's report from Round 3 of the World Team Championships
19 June 2017
Safe Line Round 2 of the World Team Championships in Khanty-Mansiysk in the review of Maxim Notkin
18 June 2017
Elementary, Zhao! Round 1 of the World Team Championships in Khanty-Mansiysk in the review of Maxim Notkin
17 June 2017
The Hindu Assault on Voronezh Grandmaster Dmitry Kryakvin transmitting from the besieged city using special means of communication
17 June 2017
Ludmila Belavenets: I feel so happy for Vanya Yeletsky! U19 Russian Champion and his coach answer Vladimir Barsky’s questions
9 June 2017
Inspired by Anand

Vladimir Barsky’s closing report from the Belaya Ladya final in Dagomys

Position of the day

Leuven

Carlsen - Aronian
Bolivar cannot carry double: 29.Rxf6! The second leg of the Grand Chess Tour started in Belgium.