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TOURNAMENT STANDINGS
World Cup Tournament

Levon Aronian22.5/35(+13 -3 =19)[games]
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave15.5/27(+6 -2 =19)[games]
Ding Liren15/26(+6 -2 =18)[games]
Wesley So13.5/22(+6 -1 =15)[games]
Baadur Jobava12.5/22(+5 -2 =15)[games]
Alexander Grischuk10.5/18(+4 -1 =13)[games]
Peter Svidler10.5/16(+6 -1 =9)[games]
Maxim Matlakov10/18(+6 -4 =8)[games]
Anish Giri10/16(+6 -2 =8)[games]
Richard Rapport10/16(+5 -1 =10)[games]
Vassily Ivanchuk10/16(+5 -1 =10)[games]
Vladimir Fedoseev9.5/14(+8 -3 =3)[games]
Evgeny Najer8.5/14(+4 -1 =9)[games]
David Navara7.5/12(+5 -2 =5)[games]
Fabiano Caruana7.5/12(+4 -1 =7)[games]
Vladislav Artemiev7/12(+5 -3 =4)[games]
Daniil Dubov7/12(+3 -1 =8)[games]
Ian Nepomniachtchi7/13(+2 -1 =10)[games]
Bu Xiangzhi7/12(+4 -2 =6)[games]
Wang Hao6/10(+3 -1 =6)[games]
Sethuraman P Sethuraman6/12(+3 -3 =6)[games]
Dmitry Andreikin6/12(+3 -3 =6)[games]
Luka Lenic6/12(+2 -2 =8)[games]
Li Chao5.5/10(+2 -1 =7)[games]
Viktor Erdos5/10(+1 -1 =8)[games]
Yuri Kuzubov5/8(+3 -1 =4)[games]
Hikaru Nakamura5/8(+3 -1 =4)[games]
Pentala Harikrishna5/10(+2 -2 =6)[games]
Aleksandr Lenderman5/8(+3 -1 =4)[games]
(127 players total; 98 players not shown. Click here for longer list.)

Chessgames.com Chess Event Description
World Cup (2017)

128 of the world's strongest players meet in Tbilisi, Georgia to compete in a knockout event, starting on Sep 3rd, through to Sep 27th. Top seeds include Carlsen, So, Caruana, Kramnik, Aronian, Mamedyarov, Nakamura, Vachier-Lagrave, Anand, Ding Liren, Grischuk, Karjakin, Giri, Wei Yi, Svidler, et al.

Official Site: http://tbilisi2017.fide.com

Pairings Tree: http://tbilisi2017.fide.com/wp-cont...

Wikipedia page (including results): Wikipedia article: Chess World Cup 2017

 page 1 of 18; games 1-25 of 430  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Areshchenko vs A Demchenko 1-0762017World CupB51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
2. Ding Liren vs M Haddouche 1-0462017World CupE60 King's Indian Defense
3. Li Tian Yeoh vs Anand 0-1662017World CupB22 Sicilian, Alapin
4. Grischuk vs E El Gindy 1-0472017World CupC24 Bishop's Opening
5. Changren Dai vs Kramnik 0-1512017World CupC95 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Breyer
6. A Bachmann vs Dreev 0-1412017World CupB13 Caro-Kann, Exchange
7. K Piorun vs Yifan Hou  ½-½402017World CupE06 Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3
8. L Bruzon Batista vs D Anton Guijarro 1-0452017World CupC67 Ruy Lopez
9. D Dubov vs D Fridman  ½-½362017World CupE04 Catalan, Open, 5.Nf3
10. R Rapport vs E Cordova 1-0332017World CupE01 Catalan, Closed
11. S Sevian vs Nisipeanu  ½-½212017World CupC42 Petrov Defense
12. A Tari vs D Howell  ½-½292017World CupC45 Scotch Game
13. E Inarkiev vs M Mchedlishvili 1-0292017World CupB09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
14. D Sengupta vs Wang Hao  ½-½342017World CupC50 Giuoco Piano
15. Bu Xiangzhi vs D Flores 1-0232017World CupA04 Reti Opening
16. A Giri vs N Dzagnidze 1-0672017World CupA27 English, Three Knights System
17. Adams vs T Batchuluun  ½-½572017World CupC50 Giuoco Piano
18. Eljanov vs Lenderman 0-1572017World CupE32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
19. J Cori vs G Jones 1-0972017World CupE60 King's Indian Defense
20. I Kovalenko vs M Kravtsiv 0-1712017World CupC89 Ruy Lopez, Marshall
21. F Vallejo Pons vs M Karthikeyan 1-0642017World CupE10 Queen's Pawn Game
22. Li Chao vs L Krysa  ½-½1132017World CupD25 Queen's Gambit Accepted
23. A Pourramezanali vs Yu Yangyi  ½-½712017World CupA45 Queen's Pawn Game
24. L Lenic vs Fressinet  ½-½442017World CupD52 Queen's Gambit Declined
25. Y Kuzubov vs S Zhigalko  ½-½542017World CupD32 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tarrasch
 page 1 of 18; games 1-25 of 430  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
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Sep-28-17  jphamlore: That wasn't mere "sportswear" Ding Liren was wearing, especially the sport jackets. I suspect those were the jackets worn when China won two of its biggest events with Ding Liren on the open team: The 2014 Olympiad and the 2017 FIDE World Team Championship. Ding Liren was representing China with pride.
Sep-28-17  sonia91: <jphamlore: [...] China won two of its biggest events with Ding Liren on the open team: The 2014 Olympiad and the 2017 FIDE World Team Championship.> China first won the World Team Championship in 2015.
Sep-28-17  k009ris: Just to clarify:I don't blame the players for poor quality chess games, It's the organizers who impose short time controls, as they want to wrap up their events on time. But I think we all lose when the artistic element in chess becomes the least important.And take a look at the games from the last world championship:boring as hell, then a mistakes in rapid games ... But the worst idea I think is deciding top chess events by "armageddon" blitz, stupidest think I've ever heard of.Maybe they should try mixing classical chess and Fischerrandom in tie breaks..
Sep-28-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  WannaBe: I don't understand how short(er) time controls (which it really is not) affects finishing the event 'on time'.

One game a day, third day for tie-break.

How would (longer/shorter) time control affect the finish of the event? Would a game require 26 hours to finish?

Time control was 90 minutes for 40-moves and 30 minutes (each move +30s)

40 moves + 30s per move would give you 90 minutes + 20 minutes = 110 minutes, it's only 10 minutes less than 2 hours per side.

Longest game was 130 moves which works out to be 3 hours and 5 minutes, I doubt both players sat there for 6 hours and 10 minutes. Probably plenty of time left on the clock when the game ended.

One of the shorter game was 7 moves. (Maybe you can blame the organizers for this game, too.)

Sep-28-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <sirgormless: I'd love to see the guys screaming "blunderfest" give live commentary on a GM game with no engine help for a 2600+ GM audience. I'd pay to watch the GMs struggle to keep gfrom laughing at the poor fool who thought he could tell them what's going on without deep and mostly concrete justification.>

This once, we are in complete agreement--that would doubtless prove highly amusing.

Sep-28-17  The Kings Domain: Imagine if Kovalyov made it to the finals and won. The tournament was a farce.
Sep-28-17  qkxwsm: funny how all aronian lost rating in all three categories despite winning the tournament
Sep-29-17  MadFaqirOfSwat: Better than losing points and not winning
Sep-30-17  Sally Simpson: My take on the event.

https://www.redhotpawn.com/chess-bl...

Sep-30-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  WorstPlayerEver: <Of course White did not play 1. Qxb6 stalemate but 1.Qa6+ 1-0.>

<Sally> It's Qxb3

Sep-30-17  Sally Simpson: I was wondering when someone would notice that.

(OOPS!)

Thanks W.P.E. corrected.

Sep-30-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  john barleycorn: <Sally Simpson: I was wondering when someone would notice that....>

at least 1 (one) reader ...

Oct-01-17  Sally Simpson: Hi J.B.

:)

My one reader. I love him. It's taken him over 700 reads since Thursday to spot my...ahem... deliberate mistake. He's slacking.

I've been told some scan it quickly to make sure I have not panned one of their games or exposed their opening trap.

One guy there has pulled off the Blackburne Shilling trap Muhlock vs B Kostic, 1911 over 100 times! You can imagine the message I got when I warned everyone.

I also advise falling for the trap with this line.

F Adeyemi vs Z Ahmadov, 2008

That was my 257th one. (I get paid...so is it a blog or column?) It's meant to keep me out of mischief on here and the other handful of other sites I haunt....but somehow it has not.

I always seem to be to in S*** with someone, the only thing that varies is the depth.

Oct-01-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  john barleycorn: <Sally Simpson: Hi J.B.

:)

My one reader. I love him. ...

I always seem to be to in S*** with someone, the only thing that varies is the depth.>

My piece of advice: Adopt the fellow and share. Sharing is caring

Oct-02-17  JustAnotherMaster: the GREATEST just one his 29th SUPER Tournament.......he has done more by the age of 26!!!! Yes Twety Six then SO will EVER accomplish, or Kramnik,Anand,Cuaruano, Karpov, Notvinnik, Tal, Fischer....So lmao that loser will never amount to the garbage that the phillipines accept from the USA every year for a few hundred dollars!,, hahahaha
Oct-02-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  WorstPlayerEver: It's a sad sad world.
Oct-02-17  Absentee: How do you pronounce "Cuaruano"?
Oct-02-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  WorstPlayerEver: I praise the day when Fabi will introduce his correct name to Yasser.
Oct-02-17  Absentee: And why is he congratulating Carlsen on the World Cup page? Is he mocking the world champion?
Oct-02-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  WorstPlayerEver: https://tbilisi2017.fide.com/2017/0...

The prize to pay when you are surrounded by crookz.

Oct-03-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  MissScarlett: Nobody can say Azmai looks like a gypsy. That's a nice whistle.
Oct-03-17  Chessinfinite: From the Guardian news -
"Theresa May said the UK could not understand US gun laws.".

..as has every other leader in puzzlement.

Oct-04-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  Petrosianic: <JustAnotherMaster: the GREATEST just one [sic] his 29th SUPER Tournament.......>

Isle of Man was not a Super Tournament.

And Karpov won over 150 International Tournaments, so Carlsen still has a way to go.

Oct-04-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  beenthere240: Why are people puzzled about a US citizen exercising his second amendment rights?
Oct-04-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  beenthere240: And Aronian came close to losing to Hou in their first classical game.
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