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Exciting tiebreaks see the big names go through. The quarterfinals: Polgar-Svidler, Ponomariov-Gashimov, Ivanchuk-Radjabov, Navara-Grischuk.

Waiting for Bazna

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Bazna Kings starts June 11. Carlsen, Nakamura, Ivanchuk, Karjakin, Radjabov, Nisipeanu. Games begin 8:30 NY time.
Candidates matches begin May 5 in Kazan at 7am EDT. Kramnik-Radjabov, Kamsky-Topalov, Grischuk-Aronian, Mamedyarov-Gelfand.
Candidates matches begin on May 3 in Kazan. Topalov (BUL) - Kamsky (USA), Kramnik (RUS) - Radjabov (AZE), Aronian (ARM) - Grischuk (RUS), Gelfand (ISR) - Mamedyarov (AZE).

Anticlimax Monday

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Radjabov draws to take second GP candidates spot. Kamsky and Shulman draw to share the US title and have a sudden-death tiebreaker tomorrow.
Radjabov poised to become 7th candidate if he hold on to his +1 score in Astrakhan. Gashimov in with a chance if he beats Leko with black. Final round tomorrow.
Rapid event, just seven rounds. Mamedyarov leads after two rounds. Kramnik, Mamedov, Guseinov, Radjabov, JPolgar, Sutovsky, Kamsky
Pearl Spring tournament begins in Nanjing with Topalov, Carlsen, Radjabov, Leko, Jakovenko, Wang Yue. Live games at 3am eastern.

Pearl Diving in Nanjing

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Pearl Spring starts on the 27th. Double round-robin with Topalov, Carlsen, Radjabov, Leko, Jakovenko, and Wang Yue
Nanjing Pearl Spring field complete with announcement of participation of Wang Yue. Anand, Topalov, Bu Xiangzhi, Jakovenko, Carlsen, Radjabov.

Ivanchuk Takes Bazna

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Ivanchuk wins by a full point over Gelfand. Shirov beats Nisipeanu in final round. Kamsky shares last.
Ivanchuk beats Shirov to take full-point lead in Bazna over Gelfand with three rounds to play. Nakamura set to take over #1 USA rating spot.
Azerbaijani team of Radjabov, Mamedyarov, Gashimov, Guseinov, and Mamedov take on Anand, Kramnik, Shirov, and Karjakin in rapid Scheveningen team rapid event.
Wang Yue beats Carlsen with spectacular attack. Radjabov beats Aronian. Grischuk still leads by a point over Ivanchuk. Round 11: Grischuk-Radjabov, Ivanchuk-Carlsen, Wang Yue-Anand, Dominguez Aronian.
Begins Thursday with Anand, Carlsen, Aronian, Ivanchuk, Dominguez, Wang Yue, Grischuk, Radjabov. Games at 1600 local, 10am EST.
Dominguez knocks Aronian down into a 4-way tie for first with two rounds to play. Round 12: Movsesian-Radjabov, Stellwagen-Wang Yue, Carlsen-Smeets, Aronian-Morozevich, Ivanchuk-Dominguez, Karjakin-Adams, van Wely-Kamsky

Corus 09 r10: Aronian Leads Alone

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Aronian and Carlsen win, controversial finish in Radjabov-Smeets. Round 11: van Wely-Movsesian, Kamsky-Karjakin, Adams-Ivanchuk, Dominguez-Aronian, Morozevich-Carlsen, Smeets-Stellwagen, Wang Yue-Radjabov.

Corus 09 r5-6: Karjakin Leads

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Karjakin still has clear first on +2 after a narrow escape against Carlsen. Round 7: Ivanchuk-Movsesian, Karjakin-Aronian, van Wely-Carlsen, Kamsky-Stellwagen, Adams -Radjabov, Dominguez-Wang, Morozevich-Smeets.

Elista to Nanjing

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Topalov and Bu Xiangzhi share lead in Nanjing. Radjabov leads Elista Grand Prix.
Carlsen, Radjabov, Nakamura, Karpov, Ivanchuk, Bu Xiangzhi, Caruana, and Vachier Lagrave through to the KO stage of this rapid event.
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