Today's standing out facts in Berlin are that Wesley So won again, defeating Dominguez in Pool D, and Dubov won his first game in the competition, coming out of a negative streak.
In Pool A we had two draws, with Hikaru Nakamura still in the lead by half a point over Grischuk and Esipenko.
In Pool B Fedoseev defeated Oparin, who is already out of contention, with only a point. Fedoseev joined Wojtaszek - who drew his game - in the lead, with 2.5/4.
In Pool C Aronian, with a draw with Vidit, strengthened his leadership: he now leads by a whole point over Dubov, who finally won his first game today, against the young German GM Keymer.
In Pool D Shirov was able to resist Harikrishna, deserving the half-point. It was an intense battle.
Wesley So, one of the favorites for the final victory, after a couple of games he drew saying he was jet-lagged, won the second game in a row, defeating Dominguez. Now Wesley leads by a whole point, like Aronian in pool C.
Here is a table with the general standings, directly from the official website.
Tomorrow is the rest day in Berlin.
Play resumes Wednesday, February the 9th at 9 AM EST - 15:00 Berlin (CET) - 14:00 UTC.