Whereas GM Sam Sevian continues to guide the FTX Street to Miami match preliminaries after the third day, high GMs akin to Anish Giri, GM Levon Aronian, and GM Leinier Dominguez should not sure of the knockout part simply but. There are three rounds to go, when solely the highest eight gamers proceed taking part in.
21-year-old Sevian continued his good match staying undefeated, with two attracts and wins in opposition to GMs Sam Shankland and Wei Yi.
The Chinese language grandmaster, who turned 23 final month, bought to play a Najdorf with an additional tempo which, in itself, will not be essentially higher for White. Sevian selected a strong setup after which slowly outplayed his opponent, though there have been some missed probabilities for Wei:
Each Aronian and Giri are on 17 factors, good for a shared seventh place. The Dutchman drew his 4 video games on Tuesday, whereas Aronian scored 50 p.c as nicely with a loss and a win. Dominguez, one other participant one would anticipate increased within the standings, was on minus three after the second day however recovered considerably right this moment with a plus-two rating.
Within the conflict between the present quantity two and three within the standings, Erigaisi this time performed the other position as earlier than, shedding a profitable place in one other wild struggle. Like Sevian, GM Jan-Krzysztof Duda hasn’t misplaced a sport but.
As the one participant on Tuesday to attain three wins, GM Arjun Erigaisi remained in second place. His final win is given as a puzzle. It was GM Ju Wenjun‘s fourth lack of the day (which included one loss on time and one disconnection) and he or she’s now out of competition.
FTX Street to Miami | Day 3 Standings
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The 2022 Champions Chess Tour’s fifth occasion, the FXT Street To Miami, takes place July 10-17, 2022 on chess24. The preliminary part is a 16-player fast (15|10) round-robin. The highest eight gamers advance to the knockout part that consists of two days of four-game fast matches, which advance to blitz (5|3) and armageddon (White has 5 minutes; Black, 4 with no increment) tiebreaks provided that a knockout match is tied after the second day. The prize fund is $150,000.