Biel
Vaganian - Studer
Activity of pieces is more important than the exchange: 15.Bxd5! A traditional chess festival is on in Switzerland.
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China
Grischuk - Wang Tongsen
After classic examples: 27.fxe6+ fxe6 28.Nxe6! Alexander Grischuk is back to Top 10 of the current FIDE rating list.
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Biel
Navara - Leko
The trust that went bust, or the point that has burst: 31.Nxf7! A traditional chess festival is on in Switzerland.
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Biel
Morozevich - Harikrishna
To the middle of nowhere: White could have got advantage by means of a fearless raid of the king 27.Kg3! Nf5+ 28.Kg4!! A traditional chess festival is on in Switzerland.
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Biel
Navara - Morozevich
The black knight’s solo: 20...Nd3 21.Rcc2 Nb4 22.Rc1 Bxc3! 23.Rxc3 Nxd5. Switzerland hosts a traditional chess festival.
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Dortmund
Kramnik - Bluebaum
White has already sacrificed the exchange and now is giving up the second one: 27.Rxc7! Vladimir Kramnik scored a spectacular victory in the last round of a traditional super tournament in Germany.
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Pardubice
Babikov - Deac
Grandmasters also cry: 17.Nxf7! A traditional chess festival is taking place in Czech Republic.
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Dortmund
Wojtaszek - Fedoseev
Black could have forced a draw by strikingly breaking with his rook into the thick of things: 43...Re5!! In the game Black managed to make a draw, but 60 moves later.
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Danzhou
Yu Yangyi - Malakhov
A victory lap of the white knight: 26.Nf5! Bh8 27.Nd6 Rf8 28.Nxc4. The Danzhou Super Grandmaster Tournament finished in China.
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Danzhou
Malakhov - Ding Liren
To smash holes for the black cavalry: 49...Rxf3!, and White resigned. The Danzhou Super Grandmaster Tournament is finishing in China.
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Dortmund
Wojtaszek - Wang Yue
All of a sudden the black king finds himself being attacked: 32.Ra8! Bc8 33.Rc6! A traditional super tournament is taking place in Germany.
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Geneva
Svidler - Hou Yifan
On and ever on: 26.Rd6! Bxc3 27.Ng5 Qf5 28.Qe7 h6 29.Ne6+. The FIDE Grand Prix leg finished in Switzerland.
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