Biel
Navara - Georgiadis
Geometry lesson by computer: 32...Rd7 33.d5 Qh5!! was winning instead of 32...Rc7. A traditional chess festival is taking place in Switzerland.
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Ankara
Jakovenko - Cheparinov
Corridor mate to the queen: 27.Rb3! Qa4 28.Rd4 Qa1+ 29.Rb1 Qa3 30.Rd3! National team championship is going on in Turkey.
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Pardubice
Movsesian - Deepan
A headlong assault instead of a long siege: 18.Nef5+! A big chess festival is finishing in the Czech Republic.
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Ankara
Ali Marandi - Inarkiev
Vanguard needs reinforcement: 19.Nxe4! National team championship is going on in Turkey.
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Biel
Mamedyarov - Vachier-Lagrave
An ambush regiment: black pieces had to step back after a shy-looking 14.Qe2!. A traditional chess festival is taking place in Switzerland.
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Ankara
Inarkiev - Jakovenko
The king got some work to do: 40.Kg4! The national team championship started in Turkey.
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Biel
Svidler - Georgiadis
The first bite is unpleasant but not fatal - 39.Nxh6+! The knight came back to this square 17 moves later and Black had to resign. A traditional chess festival started in Switzerland.
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Biel
Mamedyarov - Georgiadis
Check and its consequences: 26.Nf6+ Kh8 27.Qf5! g6 28.Ne4+, and Black resigns. A traditional chess festival started in Switzerland.
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Dortmund
Meier - Nisipeanu
Destroying fragile barriers: 20.Nxc7! A traditional super tournament is finishing in Germany.
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Dortmund
Nepomniachtchi - Kramnik
A pawn palisade: the dark-squared bishop didn't manage to break free after 20.c5!. A traditional super tournament is taking place in Germany.
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Dortmund
Kramnik - Duda
A big landing party: 22.Re8! Rc8 23.Qd7! A traditional super tournament is taking place in Germany.
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Belokurikha
Hou Yifan - Vitiugov
Two leaps and White is defenseless: 23...Nb3 24.Rb1 Nc5! The Russia-China Match of Friendship is taking place in Altai Krai.
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FIDE World Cup