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Levon Aronian on 21-move loss to Niemann: Hans played very strange moves

Heading into the last day of the Julius Baer Generation Cup Prelims, Levon Aronian holds the 13th position in the rankings while only the top eight players advance to the Knockout stage of the event. Levon Aronian yesterday had a hard day as he lost the first three games to Le Quang Liem, Navara, and Niemann, but then scored an important victory against Anish Giri to keep his chances to qualify for the next phase.

Carlsen secures his spot in Julius Baer Generation Cup Knockout stage – Day 3 recap

The Julius Baer Generation Cup focused on chess instead of cheating today as World Champion Magnus Carlsen wrestled himself back into the lead.

David Howell: How I reached 2700 ELO

Chess requires a multitude of skills to succeed, and not all of them are about the moves. Calculation. Time management. Endgame prowess. Understanding yourself and your opponent. They’re all vital. And when you know how to approach improving these skills, no rating level is off limits. Just ask “super GM”, 3-time British Champion, and Olympiad gold medalist David Howell.

Aleksandra Goryachkina takes sole lead at the FIDE Women’s Grand Prix Astana 2022

Time trouble is a serious problem for chess players. Understanding how to balance thinking enough to avoid mistakes during the game, with not thinking too much and getting into time trouble is a talent in itself.

This afternoon, none less than four of the games were essentially decided between moves thirty and forty, when players are on the low spectrum of the time distribution. Those who shine in these situations will definitely be the ones leading the tournament in the final rounds.

Julius Baer Generation Cup – Day 3 live

19-year-old Hans Niemann yesterday AGAIN defeated the World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen, in the 6th round of the Julius Baer Generation Cup, as Magnus Carlsen resigned his game in the second move. Carlsen went offline as soon as he resigned, but he has not withdrawn from the tournament. See the timetable of happenings related to Niemann – Carlsen case at the bottom of the page

Naroditsky: I am pretty confident that Magnus believes Niemann has cheated over the board before Saint Louis

19-year-old Hans Niemann yesterday AGAIN defeated the World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen, in the 6th round of the Julius Baer Generation Cup, as Magnus Carlsen resigned his game in the second move. Carlsen went offline as soon as he resigned, but he has not withdrawn from the tournament. Replay the game Hans Niemann – Magnus Carlsen here

Boris Gelfand vs Magnus Carlsen, Julius Baer Generation Cup R12 LIVE

Julius Baer Generation Cup gathers 16 world-class players spanning the age spectrum and set the chess world on fire as it featured the encounter between Hans Niemann and Magnus Carlsen.

Hans Niemann vs Levon Aronian, Julius Baer Generation Cup R11 LIVE

Julius Baer Generation Cup gathers 16 world-class players spanning the age spectrum and set the chess world on fire as it featured the encounter between Hans Niemann and Magnus Carlsen.

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