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4th FIDE GP 2015 - Round 11

Opening: E32: Nimzo-Indian: classical variation

Player(s): Nakamura, Jakovenko

GM Alex Yermolinsky recaps Round 11. The two americans Fabiano Caruana and Hikaru Nakamura get the ticket for the Candidates tournament, which will be held in 2016 to decide who will be Carlsen's challenger. In the last round both the super-strong young players drew, securing the final result. At the beginning, with Tomashevsky leading the overall Grand Prix standings, the situation was not clear, but of course the two American guys were the favorite, and it was predicted that they would win. Nakamura drew the first 6 games, playing solid and mature chess, to then strike at the right moment, to take the lead jointly with Caruana. Jakovenko susprised everyone, finishing first with the two overall winners. Caruana had a bit of an up-and-down tournament, but he was decisive when needed. Congratulations to Hikaru and Fabiano!

Teacher's library (718) E32 Nakamura Jakovenko recap

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