Gibraltar
Vitiugov - Gledura
Bringing up hidden reserves: 35.Rxe3! Rxe3 36.Ng4! Black resigns. A traditional Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival is finishing.
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Gibraltar
Henderson De La Fuente - Dubov
Stonefalls happen on the Rock: 29...Rxf2! 30.Rxf2 Re1+ 31.Rf1 Qxa4!, and Black wins.
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Wijk aan Zee
Adhiban - Kramnik
Delusion of the day: 35.Rxa5? bxa5 36.c6 a6!, and White's better position turned lost. The first super tournament of the year finished in the Netherlands.
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Gibraltar
Duda - Nakamura
To smash White's position: 37...Re7! 38.Qxe7 Qxc3+ 39.Ka3 Qa5#. Hikaru Nakamura wins the 5th game in a row.
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Gibraltar
Esipenko - Vega Gutierrez
Body-check on rink board: 19.Nb6! Rad8 20.Rfd1 Bc6 21.Bf1! Qa7 22.Nc8 Black resigns.
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Gibraltar
Khotenashvili - Rapport
Out of thin air: 31...Ne3! A traditional chess festival is taking place in Gibraltar.
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Gibraltar
Quillan - Dubov
One rook replaces other: 25.Rxh5 gxh5 26.Rd2! A traditional chess festival started in Gibraltar.
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Taganrog
Pridorozhni - Timofeev
A mistake one pace away from draw: 69...Nd2! could have saved Black, but after 69...Kg5? 70.Ke7! he had to resign. Vladimir Dvorkovich Memorial is taking place in Rostov Oblast.
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Wijk aan Zee
Carlsen - Jones
A full piece stronger! After 17.g4? f4 the World Champion lost his bishop, but managed to win the game to catch up with the leaders.
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Wijk aan Zee
Anand - Kramnik
The meeting place cannot be changed: 35...Bxf3 36.Rxf3 Qc8!, and White resigns. The first super tournament of the year is going on in the Netherlands.
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Wijk aan Zee
Wei Yi - So
Three checks to unleash the knight: 28...Rxf1+! 29.Kxf1 Qh1+ 30.Ke2 Qh5+! 31.Qxh5 Nxd4+ 32.exd4 gxh5, and Black wins.
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Taganrog
Triapishko - Khanin
He was caught, he was arrested: 32...Rg3! 33.Rd1 Rge3! Vladimir Dvorkovich Memorial is taking place in Rostov Oblast.
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