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The Grandmaster repeated almost word for word what he had written previously. He also confirmed that he had been making notes on his scoresheet earlier in the tournament and the arbiter had warned him about this. But So believed that if he made notes on another sheet of paper, he would not be breaking the rules. So admitted that making louis vuitton bags on sale original extraneous notes during the game is an old habit of his. He has done it many times, including at tournaments of the highest rank. But this time, his habit "turned into a nightmare". It was one of those rare cases where two elite grandmasters played the opening virtually without theory. Admittedly this did not help the Dutchman, playing Black as early as move 12 he fell into a difficult position. One cannot regard as successful the bishop transfer d6 f8 g7. "He Should Have Taken My Pawn". Carlsen Wins Second Successive Game in St Louis What Topalov had been afraid of has happened Magnus Carlsen has beaten Maxime Vachier Lagrave and closed on the leader of the Sinquefield Cup. World Cup: Nakamura Wins Armageddon, Nepomniachtchi Scolds Arbiters and Files an Appeal Nakamura Nepomniachtchi tiebreak turned out to be extremely dramatic. Both of 25+10 games ended in draws, but the real thriller started later: Nakamura won the first 10+10 blitz game, but the Russian GM managed to bounce back in the return game; the dispirited American lost first 5+3 blitz game but then pulled himself together, winning the return game on demand. All was decided in Armageddon. St Louis: Nakamura Scores the Full Point and Takes Third Place Four games in the final round of the Sinquefield Cup ended in draws, and in the fifth game, Nakamura was desperate to win and Grischuk equally determined not to lose, with the result that the battle lasted six and a half hours. "Boom, Boom, Boom". Kasparov Crushes Short, Enjoys Himself and Apologises After the first day of the friendly match between Garry Kasparov and Nigel Short, the louis vuitton shoes nike Englishman explained that his poor result was due to physical problems, which was affected by jetlag. louis vuitton alma amarante Short promised to get some sleep, so as to improve his play on louis vuitton alma xl the second day. But he did not manage either of these things. "Crush" is the only word one can use to describe what Kasparov did to his opponent on the second day. The ex world champion won all five games, one rapid and four blitz. Grischuk Preparation Bears Fruit: He Almost Overslept, But Beat Caruana The ongoing Sinquefield Cup is not proving very happy for the two newly minted American representatives: Wesley So is bottom of the table, and Fabiano Caruana only has half a point more. In the previous round, Caruana beat Topalov, then there was a rest day, on which his next opponent, Alexander Grischuk, admits to rolling up his sleeves. Stavanger: Five Draws in Topalov Favour All five games were drawn in the 7th round of Norway Chess 2015.
So far, it was the most peaceful round in the tournament. "It Was a Moment of Insanity". Carlsen Throws Away a Win Against Nakamura in One Move In the penultimate round of the Sinquefield Cup, Magnus Carlsen had White against Hikaru Nakamura and if he won, had the chance to close on the leader Levon Aronian.
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