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Vladimir Kramnik is the winner! What a performance. And style. Relaxed, no mistakes, no losses.
Thanks to Nigel Short and Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam for great commentary.
Kramnik will win 2,5 - 1,5.
Yup, congrats! I had 3-1 in my mind, winning 1st and 4th game. He was close to it.
Actually, if I was Kramnik, I would play on in the last game, just to get 2800 rating again.
Woah, speaking about ratings, Andreikin dropped a lot of points. He's barely in the 2700's anymore.
"Woah, speaking about ratings, Andreikin dropped a lot of points. He's barely in the 2700's anymore."
This of course is not true. Andreikin got about 20 points at this tournament.
Check for yourself. http://2700chess.com/
It's possible that I'm wrong but I managed to official data Tournament (look player statistics )
I see now that it seems that I'm wrong, because they are included in the statistics of all games
Problem with Fair Play Policy
by Killing_Joke 6 minutes ago
Any girls here play chess?
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Naka vid only showing sample length
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What was the old rating system like?
by MrDamonSmith 11 minutes ago
Was this exchange sacrifice sound?
by InfiniteFlash 11 minutes ago
Can users change their point status before losing?
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Frustrating tactical mistake
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