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July 6, 2013
WorldOpenslide.jpgThe World Open (Arlington, VA, June 29-July 7) schedules have merged and five GMs lead with 5/6 after six rounds: Lazaro Bruzon, Viktor Laznicka, Sergey Erenburg, Varuzhan Akobian & Quesada Yuniesky. Over two dozen GMs are competing in the event, which features $250,000 in projected prizes over nine sections. Play through some key battles from the tournament so far and find live games at http://chesstournamentservices.com/cca/live-games/ 




Look for video coverage early this coming week on our YouTube channel and follow standings on http://www.worldopen.com/  

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