L'Ami - Mamedyarov
After 18.Rxd4! Nxd4 19.Nf4 Ng5 20.Nxh3 Nxh3+ 21.Kf1! Black's pieces are so badly coordinated that he decided to resign the game, despite being an exchange up.Official website >>
Jakovenko - Vocaturo
Black could survive with a nice combination: 37...Qxd4+ 38.Kg3 Ne4+! 39.fxe4 Qe5+ 40.Bf4 Qxf4+! 41.Kxf4 Rf1+. After the immediate 37...Rf1+? 38.Kg3! Nh5+ 39.Kh4! Qxd4+ 40.g4 the white king ran to safety, and his black counterpart was completely helpless.Official website >>
Mamedyarov - Gretarsson
The allmighty 3rd rank round decides the outcome of the game: 24.Bb5! Qe7 25.Rc3! Shakhriyar Mamedyarov took the sole lead in the capital of Iceland.Official website >>
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