China
Gunina - Zhao Xue
15.Rfe1 probably looked to dull for Gunina, and she sacrificed a knight: 15.Nxd5!? exd5 16.Bb4. The World Mind Games are underway in China.
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China
Li Chao - Fressinet
There are three ways White can regain a piece, but instead he adds more heat: 23.Bxf5!?
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China
Wojtaszek - Ivanchuk
A brave knight move wins an exchange: 11.Nb6!! World Mind Games are underway in China.
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Tehran
Koneru - Stefanova
A petite combination yielded White a pawn: 24.Bxf6 Bxf6 25.Bxf7+! The FIDE GP tournament ended in Tehran, Iran.
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Tehran
Zhukova - Pogonina
It is time to capture something: 21.Nxg6! The FIDE GP event is about to end in Iran.
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Tehran
Cramling - Dzagnidze
After 26.Qe4! Black loses a pawn. A leg of the FIDE Grand Prix is underway in Iran's capital.
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Bundesliga
Parligras - Svidler
Parligras decided to check if Svidler had actually blundered a fork: 23.Bxc5 bxc5 24.Nxc5. No, there was no blunder: 24...Rf6!, planning to meet 25.Nxa6 by 25...Nxe4+ 26.Kg1 Ng3.
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Tehran
Batsiashvili - Gunina
Gunina is in her element: 28...Nf4!! The tournament in Iran continues.
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Tehran
Pogonina - Koneru
After 42.Rxb7+! Natalia Pogonina became one of the leaders of the FIDE Grand Prix event.
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Tehran
Koneru - Ju Wenjun
White messed up in the opening and after 10...Nxe5! 11.fxe5 Qh4+ got under a strong attack. A FIDE Grand Prix leg continues in Iran.
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Zurich
Kramnik - Giri
Black's fortress seems impregnable, but it is only an illusion: after 33.Re1! Kf8 34.d5! White's advantage became decisive.
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Zurich
Aronian - Anand
Multiple blows: 31...Bxe3! 32.Qxd5 Rxc3! The Zurich supertournament ended in Switzerland.
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FIDE World Cup