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Indian GM Pentala Harikrishna defeated Dutch Champion Anish Giri. Sergey Karjakin celebrated his 23rd birthday by outplaying former Women's World Champion Hou Yifan, 18, in a Classical French. GM Daniel King looks at this exciting game in his video report. All other games were drawn, most notably Carlsen-Caruana, Anand-Nakamura and Aronian-van Wely. Round one report.
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