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London Chess Classic 2014 - Round 4

Opening: E10: QGD

Player(s): Adams, Nakamura

GM John Fedorowicz recaps Round 4. It is Nakamura's day. Hikaru won his game with Michael Adams, playing a precise rook and pawn ending. With the soccer-like score system, Nakamura jumps in second now, with 5 points, only one point behind the leading duo Kramnik-Giri. Tomorrow Giri and Kramnik will play each other, and Giri lost to Kramnik at the recently concluded Qatar Open; the young Anish might decide to go for a solid game, playing for a draw. Nakamura will play Caruana, not the easiest guest to deal with over the board. But Caruana needs to win, and he could overextend himself a bit, allowing Nakamura to play for a win. We'll see, tomorrow at 9AM EST - 15:00 CET. A very exciting last round of the 2014 London Chess Classic!

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