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Grand Chess Tour Paris (Rapid Tiebreak) (2017)

Played in Paris, France on 25 June, as part of Grand Chess Tour Paris (the first of five events in Grand Chess Tour 2017). Using the scoring system of the event, which weighted blitz games half as much as rapid, Carlsen and Vachier-Lagrave were even (with 24 points) in the overall standings after Grand Chess Tour Paris (Rapid) (2017) (Ra) and Grand Chess Tour Paris (Blitz) (2017) (Bl):

Ra Bl Pts GP 1 Carlsen 14 10 24 12 2 Vachier-Lagrave 11 13 24 10 3 Nakamura 12 11 23 8 4 Grischuk 13 9 22 7 5 Mamedyarov 11 9 20 6 6 Karjakin 8 10 18 5 7 So 9 6 15 4 8 Caruana 3 11 14 3 9 Topalov 5 6 11 2 10 Bacrot 4 4 8 1

The tiebreak (this page) saw Carlsen win by 1 to . He took home $31,250 and 12 Grand Chess Tour points (GP). Vachier-Lagrave also won $31,250 and got 10 points. Nakamura collected $20,000 and 8 points.

Official site: http://grandchesstour.org/2017-gran....

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Carlsen vs M Vachier-Lagrave 1-0622017Grand Chess Tour Paris (Rapid Tiebreak)A45 Queen's Pawn Game
2. M Vachier-Lagrave vs Carlsen  ½-½332017Grand Chess Tour Paris (Rapid Tiebreak)C89 Ruy Lopez, Marshall
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