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FIDE World Championship Candidates Matches 04 May 2011

The FIDE Candidates matches will be held in Kazan, Russia from May, 3rd to May, 27th. Eight players will compete for a chance to face Viswanathan Anand in a World Championship match.
The first and second round matches are four games with rapid and blitz playoffs if required. The final is of six games.

ChessOK will broadcast all games of the tournament live.

Veselin Topalov - Gata Kamsky 1,5-2,5
Vladimir Kramnik - Teimour Radjabov 6,5-5,5
Levon Aronian - Alexander Grischuk 3,5-4,5
Boris Gelfand - Shakhriyar Mamedyarov 2,5-1,5

Vladimir Kramnik - Alexander Grischuk 4,5-5,5
Boris Gelfand - Gata Kamsky 6-4

Alexander Grischuk - Boris Gelfand 2,5-3,5

Games: Round 1-1 [download PGN], Round 1-2 [download PGN], Round 1-3 [download PGN], Round 1-4 [download PGN], Round 1-tiebreaks [download PGN], Round 2-1 [download PGN], Round 2-2 [download PGN], Round 2-3 [download PGN], Round 2-4 [download PGN], Round 2-tiebreaks [download PGN], Final game 1 [download PGN], Final game 2 [download PGN], Final game 3 [download PGN], Final game 4 [download PGN], Final game 5 [download PGN], Final game 6 [download PGN]

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