FIDE World Cup Tromsø 2013

Andreikin, Dmitry vs. Karjakin, Sergey

The FIDE World Cup is one of the highlights of the chess calendar – a month of intense knockout action that uses seven quick-fire rounds to whittle 128 players down to one. At stake is not only a cool $1.6 million prize fund but qualification for next year’s World Championship Candidates Tournament. Before the 4-game final each round consists of two classical games. If the players remain level they play two 25 min+10 sec/move tiebreakers. If still level play speeds up again: first two 10+10 games, then two 5+3 and finally Armageddon – a decider where White has more time but a draw counts as a win for Black.

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