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May 29, 2013
Kasimdzhanov vs. Kamsky, More photos by Anastasiya Karlovich on official site

Our reigning US Champion Gata Kamsky is leading the Grand Prix in Greece along with Fabiano Caruana, who was born in the USA and plays for Italy. Both players have five out of seven. Gata Kamsky's won back to back games over Rustam Kasimzhanov & Peter Svidler.

Our #1 rated player, Hikaru Nakamura started poorly, he just won his first game of the event against Topalov and now has 3/7. He also played a wildly entertaining Sicilian with Morozevich in round four.

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August - Chess Life Online 2014

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