Who will stop this little man?

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Last night this site has been moved to a faster server. However, the hosting provider somehow managed to delete the last article. I've tried to rewrite it by heart.

True, he didn't yet play against cracks like Kasimdzhanov, Krasenkow or Tiviakov, but still the question rises who will stop Fabiano Caruanua. Just three weeks ago, at the First Saturday July Tournament in Budapest, he became the youngest GM on earth, and then he simply decided to continue winning his chess games. Six times in a row, at the Hogeschool Zeeland Tournament, which got him on a point clear from his competitors, who dropped some half and full points here and there.

In the fourth round, both Kasimdzhanov and Tiviakov suprisingly lost their games:



Yesterday Caruana's great form was good enough to beat our new Dutch 2600 GM Dani?ɬ´l Stellwagen convincingly. The just 14-years-old Italian boy's tournament so far:



Standings after round 6:

 1 IM Caruana, Fabiano       ITA 2549 6.0
 2 GM Krasenkow, Michal      POL 2660 5.0
 3 GM Tiviakov, Sergei       NED 2648 5.0 
 4 GM Stellwagen, Daniel     NED 2631 5.0 
 5 IM Flores, Diego          ARG 2560 5.0 
 6 GM Ikonnikov, Vyacheslav  RUS 2558 5.0 
 7 GM Peralta, Fernando      ARG 2546 5.0
 8 GM Romanishin, Oleg       UKR 2546 5.0 
 9 IM Appel, Ralf            GER 2512 5.0 
10 WGM Sebag, Marie          FRA 2491 5.0 
11 GM Barua, Dibyendu        NED 2462 5.0 
12 IM Delemarre, Jop         NED 2457 5.0 
13 IM Van Haastert, Edwin    NED 2408 5.0
14 ... (250 players total)


Fabiano Caruana
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