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October 1, 2013
NakaSlideParis.jpgAfter a second place finish at the Sinquefield Cup, GM Hikaru Nakamura is currently leading the Grand Prix in Paris (September 21-October 5). 

According to the live ratings list at http://2700chess.com/, Nakamura is less than two points away from leapfrogging over Kramnik and Aronian and becoming the #2 ranked player in the World!  



In the final position, Vassily Ivanchuk lost on time. 

Tomorrow, Nakamura plays Ruslan Ponomariov with White. Find full details on the site, http://paris2013.fide.com/en/

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