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4th FIDE GP 2015 - Round 10

Opening: D45: QGD semi-Slav: Stoltz variation

Player(s): Karjakin, Jakovenko

GM Max Dlugy recaps Round 10. J&J! Jakovenko and Jobava are the stars today, winning the two decisive games. Jobava beat Dominguez, helping the other "J" to join the lead, since the top game between Caruana and Nakamura ended in a draw. The two leaders did not go for an easy draw, with Nakamura playing the Dragon; they entered a complicated double rook endgame, and Caruana seemed to have a slight advantage, but wasn't able to convert. Now Jakovenko could even think about a ticket for the Candidates, but he'd need an unlikely win tomorrow, with black against Nakamura. Gelfand and Dominguez follow the three leaders half a point behind, which makes the last round extremely exticing to follow. Tomorrow's pairings: Karjakin vs. Gelfand - Nakamura vs. Jakovenko - Giri vs. Caruana - Dominguez vs. Grischuk - Svidler vs. Jobava - Tomashevsky vs. Vachier-Lagrave.

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