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FIDE GP Tashkent 2014 - Round 7

Opening: B12, B48, A88: Caro-Kann: advance variation, Sicilian: Taimanov variation, Dutch: Leningrad

Player(s): Vachier-Lagrave, Jobava, Karjakin, Giri, Kasimdzhanov, Nakamura

GM Lars Bo Hansen recaps Round 7. Today's round started slow, with a couple of uneventful draws in the games Radjabov vs. Jakovendo and Mamedyarov vs. Andreikin, to heaten up quickly when the remaining games got interesting. Gelfand blundered a pawn against Caruana, and that was enough for the number two in the world to win his first game in Tashkent, getting back to 50%. Nakamura, playing against Kasimdzhanov, went for the Leningrad variation of the Dutch defense, leading to a complicated and fascinating struggle which ended in a draw. Karjakin won convincingly against Giri, joining the group of players with 50%. After 7 rounds, Nakamura and Andreikin are still in the lead, followed by the trio with Mamedyarov, Vachier-Lagrave and Jobava, half a point behind.

Teacher's library (50) B12 B48 A88 Vachier-Lagrave Jobava Karjakin Giri Kasimdzhanov Nakamura recap

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