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Position of the day

Kazan

Kosteniuk - M. Muzychuk
Divide et impera: 38.Nc5!! The FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament is drawing to its close in the capital of Tatarstan.

Kazan

Fedoseev - Esipenko
After 38...Rh3! 39.Qf2, Black could have survived by 39...Qh2+ 40.Kf1 Bxg2+! 41.Qxg2 Qf4+ 42.Ke2 Re3+ 43.Kd1 Re1+! The 20th International Anatoly Karpov Tournament is drawing to its close in Yugra.

Poikovsky

Artemiev - Fedoseev
Bishops need space: 28.e6!? Vladislav Artemiev won the 20th International Anatoly Karpov Tournament.

Kazan

Tan Zhongyi - Kosteniuk
The bishop that walked by himself: 20.Be8! The FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament is drawing to its close in the capital of Tatarstan.

Stavanger

Vachier-Lagrave - Grischuk
Landing of troops: 22.Nc6! A traditional super tournament with a new formula is taking place in Norway.

Moscow

Gelfand - Radjabov
Whims of blitz: 47.Rxg7+! was winning on the spot. White missed the win and then a draw by playing 47.Ne8?. Armageddon Series is aired live on Match TV.

Poikovsky

Artemiev - Korobov
A ghost of a smothered mate: 22.Qe6+! Kh8 23.Nf7+. The 20th International Anatoly Karpov Tournament is taking place in Yugra.

Kazan

Gunina - Goryachkina
Sow the wind... White has a tough choice after 15.b4? Qd8! 16.Bb3 Qh4+: either to give up a pawn or to be left without a castling. Aleksandra Goryachkina is leading the FIDE Women's Candidates Tournament by a wide margin.

Poikovsky

Sasikiran - Artemiev
Blow after blow: 25.g5! fxg5 26.Rd7! Nxd7 27.Nxh6+! The 20th International Anatoly Karpov Tournament is taking place in Yugra.