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Nakamura Wins Tal Memorial Blitz & Signs With Silence Therapeutics Print E-mail
June 13, 2013
GM Hikaru Nakamura won the Tal Memorial blitz tournament in Moscow with 7/9, ahead of World Champion Anand and World #1 rated player Magnus Carlsen.

In more positive news related to Nakamura, he just signed a sponsorship deal with Silence Therapeutics, a biotechnology company. Find full details in the PR.

The classical tournament (June 13-23) began today, and Nakamura lost his first game to Shakhriyar Mamedyarov. Follow live games on the official site.

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