Generation Cup Finals: Games and standings

by ChessBase
9/25/2022 – The eight-day Julius Baer Generation Cup, the seventh leg of the Tour, features 16 world-class players spanning the age spectrum. Top of the bill is Magnus Carlsen with Indian teen sensation Praggnanandhaa. American 19-year-old star Hans Niemann will also compete, much like living legends Boris Gelfand and Vasyl Ivanchuk. | Follow the games live with expert commentary starting at 18.00 CEST (12.00 ET, 21.30 IST)

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Julius Baer Generation Cup

The tournament, which is taking place on September 18-25, features four days of preliminaries, where the 16 participants play each other once at rapid chess with a time control of 15 minutes plus 10-second increments, before the top 8 go forward to the knockout stages.

The knockout features 4-game matches, one each for the quarterfinals and semifinals, and two matches for the final. If still tied, there are two 5+3 blitz games followed, if needed, by an Armageddon game, where White has 5 minutes to Black’s 4, but Black only needs a draw.

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Julius Baer Generation Cup 2022

Games - Preliminaries


Games - Knockout


Commentary by Tania Sachdev and Peter Leko

Crosstable - Preliminaries (win = 3 pts; draw = 1 pt)


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