Zurich Chess Challenge 2014 - Final day of classic tournament

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Earlier start for the rapid tournament tomorrow, 4th February, 13:00 CET.

Round 5

Final round of Zurich Chess Challenge 2014 finished with a draw between the current World Champion Magnus Carlsen and the previous one Viswanathan Anand after 40 moves; draw between Nakamura and Gelfand in 21 moves (followed by a rapid game); and the win of Caruana over Aronian.

Nakamura, H.2789½-½Gelfand, B. 2777
Caruana, F. 27821-0Aronian, L.2812
Anand, V. 2773½-½Carlsen, M.2872
Gelfand, B. 27771-0Nakamura, H.2789

Aronian in good mood despite the loss

Pelletier asks Aronian: Have you ever lost a game in the Marshall?
Levon Aronian: I don't remember losing but this was bound to happen.
Pelletier: The more you play, the more likely it becomes...

Tomorrow, 3rd February, there will be a 5-round rapid tournament from 13:00 CET.

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Standings after round 5

Carlsen, M.28728
Aronian, L.28126
Caruana, F. 27825
Nakamura, H.27894
Anand, V. 27734
Gelfand, B. 27773

Please take note, that according the the rules of the Zurich Chess Challenge 2014 the winner of a classical game earns 2 points for the Overall Standings, in case of a draw each player earns 1 point and the loser 0 points.

Pairings for the rapid tournament

Rapid tournament - tomorrow, 4th February, 13:00 CET.

Round White Black
Round 1 Boris Gelfand - Magnus Carlsen
Viswanathan Anand - Levon Aronian
Fabiano Caruana - Hikaru Nakamura

Round 2 Fabiano Caruana - Boris Gelfand
Hikaru Nakamura - Viswanathan Anand
Levon Aronian - Magnus Carlsen

Round 3 Boris Gelfand - Levon Aronian
Magnus Carlsen - Hikaru Nakamura
Viswanathan Anand - Fabiano Caruana

Round 4 Viswanathan Anand - Boris Gelfand
Fabiano Caruana - Magnus Carlsen
Hikaru Nakamura - Levon Aronian

Round 5 Boris Gelfand - Hikaru Nakamura
Levon Aronian - Fabiano Caruana
Magnus Carlsen - Viswanathan Anand

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