Alexander Grischuk on the FIDE Candidates
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Alexander Grischuk on the FIDE Candidates

When the FIDE Candidates Tournament resumes on Monday one of the highlights will be seeing Alexander Grischuk back in action. The Russian grandmaster is a dark horse to win the event and reach a match against Magnus Carlsen - he starts a point behind the two leaders after drawing all his games in the first half - but whatever happens he’s sure to entertain us, during and after the games. In one of his pre-tournament interviews he referred to the film "In Bruges" to sum up his career so far.




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