Don’t Forget About Chucky! | Ivanchuk vs Radjabov | Candidates Tournament 2013. | Round 9

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Magnus Carlsen is the sole leader after nine rounds at the FIDE World Chess Candidates’ Tournament. On Monday the Norwegian drew with Vladimir Kramnik (Russia) while co-leader Levon Aronian (Armenia) lost to Boris Gelfand (Israel). Peter Svidler and Alexander Grischuk (both Russia) drew an amazingly complicated game and after 6.5 hours of play Vassily Ivanchuk (Ukraine) scored his first win, against Teimour Radjabov (Azerbaijan).

With the second half of the FIDE World Chess Candidates’ Tournament well under way, the interest in the tournament is growing, both online and at the IET in London. Every day both the number of spectators in the playing hall and journalists in the press room is growing, and many local grandmasters can be seen at the venue. Gawain Jones, Daniel King and Luke McShane have been frequent visitors and on Monday GMs John Nunn, Matthew Sadler, Jon Speelman and Simon Williams came along. They all witnessed another great round in which the big game was world number 2 Vladimir Kramnik against world number 1 Magnus Carlsen.

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Vassily Ivanchuk vs Teimour Radjabov
World Championship Candidates (2013), London ENG, rd 9, Mar-25
Queen’s Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation. General (D37)

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 Be7 5. Bg5 h6 6. Bh4 Ne4 7. Be7 Qe7 8. cd5 Nc3 9. bc3 ed5 10. Qb3 c6 11. e3 O-O 12. Be2 Nd7 13. O-O Nf6 14. Rfc1 Bg4 15. c4 dc4 16. Qc4 Rfe8 17. h3 Be6 18. Qc5 Qc7 19. Rc2 Bd5 20. Rac1 Qd8 21. Qa3 Ne4 22. Ne5 Nd6 23. Bf3 Bf3 24. Nf3 Qd7 25. Qb4 Rad8 26. a4 Qe6 27. Ne5 f6 28. Nd3 Qf7 29. Qa5 a6 30. Nc5 Rc8 31. Qb4 Rcd8 32. Qb6 Rc8 33. Rb1 Re7 34. Nd3 Rce8 35. Qb3 Qb3 36. Rb3 Kf7 37. g4 g5 38. Nc5 Rc8 39. Kg2 Rcc7 40. Nd3 Kg6 41. Nc5 h5 42. Rb1 Ne4 43. Ne4 Re4 44. Kf3 Ree7 45. e4 Rcd7 46. Ke3 Rd5 47. f3 Rd6 48. Rb6 Red7 49. Rd2 hg4 50. hg4 Kf7 51. a5 Ke7 52. Rb1 Kf7 53. Rh1 Kg7 54. Rh5 Rd8 55. Rd1 R8d7 56. e5 Rd5 57. Rdh1 Kf7 58. Rh7 Ke6 59. Rd7 Kd7 60. Rh7 Ke6 61. Rh6 c5 62. Rf6 Ke7 63. Rb6 Rd4 64. Rb7 Ke6 65. Rg7 Ra4 66. Rg5 Ra5 67. f4 Ra3 68. Kd2 Ra2 69. Kc3 Rf2 70. Rg6 Kd5 71. Rd6 Ke4 72. Rf6 a5 73. e6 Kd5 74. f5 Re2 75. Rf8 Kd6 76. f6

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