Tata Steel Chess 6: Coulda woulda shoulda
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Tata Steel Chess 6: Coulda woulda shoulda

“Coulda woulda shoulda” commented Wesley So on the fact that he could have lost to Wei Yi in Round 6 of the Tata Steel Masters. Instead he turned things around to grab a second win in a row and climb to no. 3 on the live rating list. That wasn’t quite enough to take the lead in Wijk, though, since Shakhriyar Mamedyarov also won a bad position to beat Adhiban and hit a new peak rating of 2813.3. Elsewhere Vladimir Kramnik missed a good chance against Gawain Jones, but the highlight was a spectacular draw in Svidler-Carlsen, which Jan Gustafsson analyses for us.




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