Sinquefield Cup: Games and results

by ChessBase
9/11/2022 – The Sinquefield Cup is taking place on September 2-12 at the Saint Louis Chess Club. Magnus Carlsen heads a star-studded field, which includes eight ‘tour regulars’. The regulars are fighting for an extra $175,000 in prize money reserved for the three top-ranked players of the series. | Follow the games live with expert commentary starting at 20.00 CEST (14.00 ET, 23.30 IST)

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As the only remaining destination to be part of every Grand Chess Tour since its first edition in 2015, the Sinquefield Cup continues to be an essential element of the GCT circuit.

The final stop on this year’s tour features eight full tour players and two wildcards. An extra $175,000 will be awarded to the three top-ranked players in the tour standings ($100k, $50k and $25k for first, second and third, respectively). In case of a tie for first place in the overall standings, a GCT playoff will take place on September 12.

The players receive 90 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment starting from move one.

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