Tata Steel Chess 2022 Round 9 | Vidit, Pragg, Carlsen, Giri, Arjun, Surya | Live commentary



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Round 9 pairings:
Pragg (2.5) vs Karjakin
Anish Giri (5) vs Sam Shankland
Rapport vs Vidit (5)
Carlsen (5.5) vs Mamedyarov (5.5)
Ganguly (4) vs Jonas Bjerre
Zhu Jiner vs Arjun Erigaisi (7)

Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, Anish Giri and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, Hungary no.1 Richard Rapport, FIDE World Cup 2021 winner Jan-Krzysztof Duda, former World Championship Challenger Sergey Karjakin, India no.2 Vidit Gujrathi, former World Rapid Champion Daniil Dubov, Russia’s sensation Andrey Esipenko, USA no.5 Sam Shankland, defending Jorden van Foreest, Sweden no.1 Nils Grandelius and debutant R Praggnanandhaa.

GM Arjun Erigaisi will be the highest rated participant among the Challengers, followed by Kazakhstan no.1 GM Rinat Jumabayev. The only other Indian taking part in this event is Surya Sekhar Ganguly who will return to the event after two years. The remaining participants are – GM Erwin l’Ami (NED), GM Thai Dai Van Nguyen (CZE), GM Max Warmerdam (NED), GM Jonas Buhl Bjerre (DEN), GM Lucas van Foreest (NED), GM Daniel Dardha (BEL), IM Volodar Murzin (RUS), IM Polina Shuvalova (RUS), GM Marc Andria Maurizzi (ITA), WGM Jiner Zhu (CHN) and IM Roven Vogel (GER).

Live commentary by IM Sagar Shah and Amruta Mokal.

Time control: 100 Minutes for 40 moves, followed by 50 minutes for 20 moves, then 15 minutes for the remaining moves with 30 seconds cumulative increment for each move starting from the first move.

Tournament will last from 15th to 30th of January 2022 and will take place in Wijk Aan Zee, Netherlands. Rest days are on 19th, 23rd and 27th

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18 comments

  1. Damn Vd will be facing Magnus when he is playing at his best that too with Magnus having white pieces. They should have met earlier, now it looks very dangerous, especially since VD faces lot of difficulties when opponent is well prepared with white.

  2. I wish arjun uses his time advantage in the endgame a bit more . He drew agaisnt aditya mittal in a completely winning position recently and today he made few inacuracies with so much time left for him but very good conversion in the very end though

  3. Great defensive effort by Vidit! Although now the big test begins when he will face Magnus, mamadeyrov and karjakin, all conteding for the top spot possibly.

  4. Even Magnus Carlsen had finished LAST in his First TATA STEEL with a score of minus 4 it was year 2007 and he was 17 at that time.
    Pragg will prove himself why he is world champion material.

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