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4th FIDE GP 2015 - Round 4

Opening: D38: QGD: Ragozin variation

Player(s): Vachier-Lagrave, Caruana

GM Jon Speelman recaps Round 4. Caruana wins again today, with a convincing game against the strong French GM MVL. And now the just-again USA player pushes himself for the final win, earning a spot in the 2016 candidates tournament. Nakamura drew the 4th game in a row, and now is a full point behind the leader. There are still 7 rounds to go, so nothing is compromised for the strong American, but he'd better start winning some games, if he wants to catch the top of the list. Grischuk, in his draw against Jobava, played an unexpected and interesting double bishop combination, which is worht a look. After 4 rounds, and going into the first rest day, Caruana leads solo with 3 points, followed half a point behind by Dominguez and Svidler. With 2 points Nakamura, Grischuk, Karjakin, Gelfand and Tomashevsky. MVL, Giri, Jakovenko and Jobava close the standings with 1.5 points.

Teacher's library (32) D38 Vachier-Lagrave Caruana recap

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