Fri. Oct 7th, 2022


Titled Tuesday, offered by SEOcrawl, took a shocking activate Could 10, as none aside from GM Magnus Carlsen, his first sport on Chess.com since February 2021, performed within the opening occasion. Carlsen successfully received the match with a spherical two spare and ending. with a rating of 10/11 for a full-point win.

GM Dmitry Andreikin received the match late with a rating of 9.5/11.


preliminary match

There have been 393 gamers within the opening match, however there was in all probability no title larger than Carlsen, and positively no title extra stunning than this.

Utilizing Nimzo-Larsen (1.b3) as White and Owen’s protection (1…b6) as Black, solely 4 had been drawn and 11 noticed Carlsen win GM Hikaru Nakamura’s title Tuesday. The report refrained from 11/11. GMs Axel Bachmann, Jeffrey Xiong and Vladimir Fedoseev had been tied with 9 factors for the following greatest rating.


Broadcast of the preliminary match organized by FM James Canty III.

En path to victory, Carlsen defeated Xiong in spherical eight. Throughout the break after that spherical, Canty carried out an on-air evaluation of the sport (beginning at roughly 1:37:40 within the embedded broadcast above).

Carlsen once more defeated GM Grigory Oparin within the ninth spherical after Oparin allowed techniques 28…Bh6 and 29…Qg7.

In Spherical 10, GM Param Maghsoodlu was duly penalized for a daring however questionable sacrifice exterior the opening.

By this level, Carlsen’s tiebreaks had been so robust that his full-point lead coming into the ultimate spherical was insurmountable, and he accepted Fedoseev’s draw provide as an alternative of ending the same rookie. Regardless of the tournament-cleaning draw, Carlsen now has the best Blitz score on Chess.com:

Could 10 Title Tuesday | early | Closing Standings (Prime 20)

























quantity R irrigated title Consumer title Title Ranking rating sb
1 2 GM @MagnusCarlsen Magnus Carlson 3189 10 68.5
2 277 GM @ chito89 axl bachchan 2492 9 59
3 4 GM @jefferyx Jeffrey Xiong 3064 9 55
4 6 GM @ Bigfish 1995 Vladimir Fedoseev 3038 9 54.25
5 22 GM @Zhigalko_Sergei Sergei Zhigalko 2903 8.5 59.5
6 142 I’m @MITerryble Renato Terry 3036 8.5 56.25
7 8 I’m @Great Time tuan minh le 3006 8.5 52.5
8 24

GM @Sanan_Sjugirov Sanan Sajugirov 2913 8.5 48.25
9 26 GM @Nitzan_Steinberg Nitzen Steinberg 2911 8.5 47.75
10 7 GM @alien princess badur jobav 3002 8.5 46.75
1 1 40 GM @srattaglia Kozak Adam 2874 8.5 44.25
12 129 GM @A-Fier alex concern 2708 8 52.75
13 10 GM @OparinGrigoriy Grigory Oparin 2988 8 52
14 21 GM @parahmov Param Maghsudlu 2907 8 51
15 51 FM @ Sincere Sports activities Egor Lashkin 2829 8 48.5
16 48 GM @ Chopper1905 Mustafa Yilmazi 2847 8 48
17 50 I’m @RobertoJBM Roberto Junio ​​Brito Molina 2829 8 47.75
18 37 FM @Kazakhfighter04 kazybek nogerbek 2870 8 47.25
19 42 GM @nrvisakh Visakh NRI 2862 8 46.5
20 5 GM @ mishanik alexey sarna 3015 8 46
58 181 vim @bsnsun dinara wagner 2554 7 30

(Full closing standings right here.)

Carlson received the primary $1,000. Bachmann had the gamers’ greatest tiebreak on 9 and received $750, whereas Xiong earned $300 and Fedoseev $150. GM Sergei Zhigalko received the $100 prize for fifth (on the tiebreak), whereas WIM Dinara Wagner received the $100 prize as high lady.

late match

One match was sufficient for Carlsen as Andreikin received the match late (which was not broadcast) in a discipline of 293 gamers.

Fedoseev was main for a lot of the match, together with a win over Nakamura within the tenth spherical. This gave Fedoseev a full-point result in enter the ultimate spherical.

However Andreikin defeated Fedoseev in his matchup, and in addition took benefit of the tiebreak within the course of, shifting Fedoseev to second place.

Could 10 Title Tuesday | late | Closing Standings (Prime 20)

























quantity R irrigated title Consumer title Title Ranking rating sb
1 5

GM @FairChess_on_YouTube Dmitry Andreikin 3050 9.5 67.5
2 3 GM @ Bigfish 1995 Vladimir Fedoseev 3069 9.5 62.25
3 7 GM @alien princess badur jobav 3021 9 57.5
4 18

GM @dropstonedp David Parvyan 2953 9 55.75
5 47 GM @Experience_Chess Valery Kazkowski 2870 8.5 52.75
6 6 GM @ mishanik alexey sarna 3016 8.5 51.5
7 20

GM @Sanan_Sjugirov Sanan Sajugirov 2919 8.5 45.75
8 24 GM @Zhigalko_Sergei Sergei Zhigalko 2926 8.5 44
9 1 1 GM @Olexandr_Bortnyk alexander bortniki 2963 8 55.5
10 29 I’m @frederiksvane Frederick Swain 2877 8 52.25
1 1 17 GM @jospem Jose Eduardo Martinez Alcantara 2947 8 47.75
12 35

GM @Igrok3069 alexey drive 2886 8 45.5
13 8

GM @ Duhless Daniel Dubov 2975 8 45
14 39

GM @shimastream Alex Semyonov 2860 8 42.5
15 27 GM @erichansen Eric Hansen 2900 8 42.25
16 34 GM @VerdeNotte Gawain Jones 2862 8 41.5
17 25 I’m @vi_pranav Pranav V 2878 8 40.75
18 32 GM @LastGladiator1 Aydin Suleimanli 2881 8 40.5
19 51 cm @ymoy Vadim Petrovsky 2794 8 30.5
20 4 I’m @MITerryble Renato Terry 3003 7.5 48.75
40 92 feminine grand grasp @ mary-arabeez my arabidze 2642 7 32.25

(absolute closing standings Right here.)

Andreikin earned $1,000 whereas Fedoseev made $750 and a complete of $900 that day. GM Badur Jobava received $300 for third place, GM David Parvyan $150 for fourth place, and GM Valery Kaczkowski received for fifth place. With the best rating amongst ladies in 7/11, WGM Marie Arbidez received $100.

Title Tuesday


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