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Wesley So Wins Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour in Leuven
Wesley So Wins Your Next Move Grand Chess Tour in Leuven
Sergey Karjakin is the first in blitz and second in the event.   
First Day of Your Next Move Blitz Takes Place in Leuven
First Day of Your Next Move Blitz Takes Place in Leuven
Sergey Karjakin shares second place in combined standings.  
Wesley So Wins Your Next Move Rapid in Leuven
Wesley So Wins Your Next Move Rapid in Leuven
Sergey Karjakin pursues the leaders.  

June 25 - July 6

Higher League 2018

// About the tournament
Topics:
14 June 2018
Little Bricks in the Wall of Education

Eteri Kublashvili follows up on the progress of Belaya Ladya 

11 June 2018
Ethics Under Suspicion

Daniil Dubov pursues the subject of cheating 

7 June 2018
The Land of Magnolia is Rich in Chess

Eteri Kublashvili reports from the Belaya Ladya Final 

7 June 2018
Cheater in the Rye Grandmaster Daniil Dubov discusses the main problem of modern chess
3 June 2018
Black Sea, White Rook Eteri Kublashvili reports from Dagomys about the final school tournament opening
25 May 2018
Peter Svidler: A More Balanced Tournament in the Absence of Crocodiles

A team leader sharing the story of Bronze Horseman’s success with Vladimir Barsky 

21 May 2018
Semen Lomasov: Fascinated by the Vastness of Chess

The Russian junior champion and his coach Konstantin Mesropov answer Vladimir Barsky’s questions

20 May 2018
Night, Chess, Museum, and Art

Eteri Kublashvili reports from the Night at the Museum event in the Central Chess Club in Moscow 

8 May 2018
Margarita Potapova: Simply Playing Each Game to Win Dmitry Kryakvin interviews the Russian Junior Champion Margarita Potapova and her mother Tatiana
4 May 2018
Everybody Plays, and at the End Magnus Wins

Eteri Kublashvili reports from the closing round of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial 

1 May 2018
Crack in the Armor Eteri Kublashvili reports from round eight of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial
28 April 2018
Zero Tolerance from the King Eteri Kublashvili’s report from round 7 of the Vugar Gashimov Memorial
Position of the day

Leuven

Caruana - Vachier-Lagrave
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave brought his king inside the square: 44...Kg5! 45.Rc1 Rxd1+ 46.Rxd1 Bxd1 47.Kxd1 Kf5. A stage of the Grand Chess Tour finished in Belgium.