World Cup 2017 Final, Tiebreak: Round-up show

by Pascal Simon
9/28/2017 – Every evening at 9 pm CEST we offer you a round-up show of the games played at the World Cup in Tbilisi. Yesterday Daniel King showed the highlights of the tiebreak between Ding Liren and Levon Aronian. Aronian did win the World Cup for the second time in his life. Have a look here...

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World Cup Final, Tiebreak

Daniel King shows the highlights of the tiebreak in his rouns-up show. Watch it here for free!

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Yesterday's round-up show was presented by Daniel King who just published his 25th Powerplay DVD on "Popular Queen's Pawn Openings - A Repertoire for Black". If you are looking for a good and powerful repertoire against the Queen's Pawn Openings you should get hold of this DVD. Here's a teaser:

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profmparle profmparle 9/30/2017 11:23
You may call me Optimistic, but that's true.
Three Indians to occupy their seats on Tables 2, 3 and 4.

For the first time, so many Indians would be seated in the final round ahead of super chess giants Kramnik on table 5 and Carauna on table 6.
While Magnus Carlsen Would be relaxed on Table 1, since he would just need a draw against Nakamura to bag the title,
Anand, Swapnil and Vidit have a lifetime opportunity to score 7 out of nine points and figure in top five, if they can beat their opponents.

Prof. Milind Parle