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Aleksandra Goryachkina – Nurgyul Salimova, FIDE Women’s World Cup 2023 final – LIVE

Aleksandra Goryachkina – Nurgyul Salimova is the big final of the 2023 FIDE Women’s World Cup. Nurgyul Salimova won against Anna Muzychuk with 3,5 – 2,5 after two tie-breaks, while Aleksandra Goryachkina qualified for the final after 1,5-0,5 won against Zhongyi Tan.
You can also see the game for third place : Anna Muzychuk – Zhongyi Tan.

FIDE World Cup round 1/2 : Magnus Carlsen – Nijat Abasov / Fabiano Caruana – Praggnanandhaa R

The 2023 FIDE World Cup is a 206-player knockout taking place in Baku, Azerbaijan from July 30 to August 24. The prize fund is almost $1.9m, with $110,000 for the winner, while the top 3 players also qualify for the 2024 Candidates Tournament. The top 50 players, who include world nos 1-3 Magnus Carlsen, Hikaru Nakamaura and Fabiano Caruana, are seeded directly into Round 2. Each match consists of two classical games where the players have 90 minutes for 40 moves, then 30 minutes to the end of the game, plus a 30-second increment from move 1. If tied, a playoff will be held on the 3rd day. There are two 25+10 rapid games followed, if needed, by two 10+10 games, then two 5+3 games. If still tied, the players then play single 3+2 games until a player wins. No draw offers are allowed until after move 30. 
Chessdom.com will daily follow live games.

FIDE World Cup round 1/4 : D Gukesh – Magnus Carlsen / Santosh Gujrathi Vidit – Nijat Abasov / Leinier Dominguez Perez – Fabiano Caruana / Praggnanandhaa R – Arjun Erigaisi
FIDE Women’s World Cup round 1/2 : Aleksandra Goryachkina – Zhongyi Tan / Anna Muzychuk – Nurgyul Salimova
Parallel :Shopping Patio Pinda Festival / Summer Prague Open / U20 Israeli Youth Championship / Krefeld Summer Open
More :Badalona Open / Nordhäuser Schachopen / Thessaloniki Open A / Sueca Open / Spilimbergo Master

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