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FIDE GP Tashkent 2014 - Round 8

Opening: A40, A16, D91: Queen's pawn, English: symmetrical, Grunfeld

Player(s): Gelfand, Jobava, Giri, Jakovenko, Andreikin, Vachier-Lagrave

GM Ronen Har-Zvi recaps Round 8. Only one decisive game in round 8: Jobava defeated Gelfand, to join the lead of the tournament together with Nakamura and Andreikin. After winning - with Caruana - the first leg of the GP series, Gelfand seems to have lost his good form; it's quite impressive to see the super-strong Israeli GM last in the standings, with a disatrous score of minus 4. -Tomorrow is a rest day, then the last three rounds, to decide who's the winner of the Tashkent event. Half a point behind the leading trio, Mamedyarov and MVL, and then one point from the top, four players: Caruana, Radjabov, Karjakin and Jakovenko. All of these can still theoretically win the Second Grand Prix. The last three rounds will be fun to follow!

Teacher's library (601) A40 A16 D91 Gelfand Jobava Giri Jakovenko Andreikin Vachier-Lagrave recap

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