Grand Swiss 6: Stars flex their muscles
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Grand Swiss 6: Stars flex their muscles

Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, Levon Aronian, Vishy Anand and Hikaru Nakamura all picked up wins as the rating favourites were in good form before the rest day of the FIDE Chess.com Grand Swiss on the Isle of Man. The co-leaders are now Caruana, who comfortably beat Vladimir Fedoseev, and Wang Hao, who perhaps faced a Luke McShane still groggy after his missed win against Fabi the day before. David Anton and Parham Maghsoodloo are the only sub-2700 players in the 7-player group half a point behind after Kirill Alekseenko prepared for Carlsen in Round 7 by entering the 2700 club!




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    Anand on the World Championship match

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    Carlsen on the World Championship match

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