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    The Charity Cup is the 2nd of 9 events on the $1.6 million 2022 Meltwater Champions Chess Tour and takes place on chess24 from March 19-26. World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen tops the 16-player field, which will be cut in half by the 4-day round-robin Prelims.
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    Games start 0400 AEDT

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    1       Le, Quang Liem         32/45	2723
    2	Carlsen, Magnus        29/45    2854
    3	Van Foreest, Jorden    27/45	2714
    4	Anton Guijarro, David  24/45	2694
    5	Duda, Jan-Krzysztof    23/45	2720
    6	Ding, Liren            23/45	2752
    7	Niemann, Hans Moke     22/45	2624
    8	Navara, David          21/45    2700
    Games start 0400 AEDT tonight.

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     Semis 
     GM Le, Quang Liem   2723   GM Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 2720
     GM Carlsen, Magnus  2854   GM Ding, Liren         2752

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     GM Carlsen, Magnus 2854 - GM Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 2720   2-0

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    Carlsen and Niemann are both scheduled to play in the Julius Baer Generation Cup to start in 2 days:

    The Julius Baer Generation Cup is the 7th of 9 events on the $1.6 million 2022 Meltwater Champions Chess Tour and takes place on chess24 from September 18-25. The 16-player field will be cut in half by the 4-day round-robin Prelims. The total prize fund is $150,000, with $750 for a win and $250 for a draw in the Prelims. The quarterfinals and semi-finals are 1-day, 4-game matches, while the final will feature two such matches over two days.

    The players have 15 minutes for all their moves, plus a 10-second increment starting from move 1. In the Prelims there are 3 points for a win and 1 for a draw. If a tiebreak is required the players will play two 5+3 games and then, if needed, a single Armageddon game, where White has 5 minutes to Black's 4, but a draw counts as a win for Black. No draw offers are allowed before move 40. Official website: chess24.com/tour

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    1	 Carlsen, Magnus 0/0	2837
    2	 Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 0/0 2795
    3	 Le, Quang Liem 0/0	2791
    4	 Praggnanandhaa 0/0	2780
    5	 Aronian, Levon 0/0	2742
    6	 Erigaisi Arjun 0/0	2740
    7	 Giri, Anish 0/0	2740
    8	 Navara, David 0/0	2701
    9	 Keymer, Vincent 0/0	2701
    10	 Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 0/0 2693
    11	 Ivanchuk, Vasyl 0/0	2678
    12	 Saric, Ivan 0/0	2668
    13	 Gelfand, Boris 0/0	2668
    14	 Niemann, Hans Moke 0/0	2620
    15	 Adhiban, B. 0/0	2569
    16	 Yoo, Christopher Woojin 0/0 2563
    So what's your excuse? For running like the devil's chasing you?

    See you in another life, brotha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desmond View Post
    Carlsen and Niemann are both scheduled to play in the Julius Baer Generation Cup to start in 2 days:

    The Julius Baer Generation Cup is the 7th of 9 events on the $1.6 million 2022 Meltwater Champions Chess Tour and takes place on chess24 from September 18-25. The 16-player field will be cut in half by the 4-day round-robin Prelims. The total prize fund is $150,000, with $750 for a win and $250 for a draw in the Prelims. The quarterfinals and semi-finals are 1-day, 4-game matches, while the final will feature two such matches over two days.

    The players have 15 minutes for all their moves, plus a 10-second increment starting from move 1. In the Prelims there are 3 points for a win and 1 for a draw. If a tiebreak is required the players will play two 5+3 games and then, if needed, a single Armageddon game, where White has 5 minutes to Black's 4, but a draw counts as a win for Black. No draw offers are allowed before move 40. Official website: chess24.com/tour

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    1	 Carlsen, Magnus 0/0	2837
    2	 Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 0/0 2795
    3	 Le, Quang Liem 0/0	2791
    4	 Praggnanandhaa 0/0	2780
    5	 Aronian, Levon 0/0	2742
    6	 Erigaisi Arjun 0/0	2740
    7	 Giri, Anish 0/0	2740
    8	 Navara, David 0/0	2701
    9	 Keymer, Vincent 0/0	2701
    10	 Wojtaszek, Radoslaw 0/0 2693
    11	 Ivanchuk, Vasyl 0/0	2678
    12	 Saric, Ivan 0/0	2668
    13	 Gelfand, Boris 0/0	2668
    14	 Niemann, Hans Moke 0/0	2620
    15	 Adhiban, B. 0/0	2569
    16	 Yoo, Christopher Woojin 0/0 2563
    Will be interesting to see how they will play each other...if they will play
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron View Post
    Will be interesting to see how they will play each other...if they will play
    Are we 'bead'ing this story up?!

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    Carlsen resigned on move 2 vs Niemann.
    So what's your excuse? For running like the devil's chasing you?

    See you in another life, brotha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy009 View Post
    Are we 'bead'ing this story up?!
    Well, now we know what happened .
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    I imagine the format of the quarter-finals is 1v8 etc. At this stage Carlsen is leading and Niemann is 7th, so it might pay Hans to drop a place to get a walkover into the semi-finals.

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    Magnus crushes the field with lots of daylight between him and 2nd, despite the delayed Swiss/Niemann Gambit.
    Niemann 3rd including the forfeit. Without those 3 points, he'd be equal with a few others on 6-9th and at risk of not progressing depending on the tie-break.
    So what's your excuse? For running like the devil's chasing you?

    See you in another life, brotha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desmond View Post
    Magnus crushes the field with lots of daylight between him and 2nd, despite the delayed Swiss/Niemann Gambit.
    Niemann 3rd including the forfeit. Without those 3 points, he'd be equal with a few others on 6-9th and at risk of not progressing depending on the tie-break.
    Niemann was eliminated by Le in the quarterfinal, so we won't find out if Magnus was intending to forfeit/resign all games if they had met the knockout stage.
    Carlsen - Keymer, Le - Erigaisi in the semis.
    So what's your excuse? For running like the devil's chasing you?

    See you in another life, brotha.

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