Live Global Chess Championship – Group G (Ding Liren’s group) LIVE

The knockout phase of the Global Chess Championship kicked off today and it will be played from September 14 to October 9. The Knockout part of the event features 32 players who qualified from the Play-in CGC tournaments and 32 invited players. 64 players are divided in eight groups, and the Winners of each group will move on to the CGC Finals which will take place from 2-9 November in Toronto, Canada. Remaining 56 players will share the total prize fund of $440,000 for the CGC Knockout. A very strong CGC Knockout line-up includes Hikaru NakamuraJan-Krzysztof DudaWesley SoFabiano Caruana, Ian NepomniachtchiAnish Giri, Ding Liren and Levon Aronian who are topping the respective groups: Group AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup EGroup FGroup G, and Group H (click on each group to see participants, pairings and games schedule).

The participants of the Group G areDing LirenVladimir KramnikAndrey EsipenkoNihal SarinBassem AminHrant MelkumyanRauf Mamedov, and Le Tuan Minh. All four matches of the G group Round 1 will be played on September 14. Scroll down to see the games of each match

Knockout Round 1 results:
Ding Liren – Tuan Minh Le 2.5-1.5
Vladimir Kramnik Hrant Melkumyan 3-0
Nihal Sarin Rauf Mamedov 3-2 (after Armageddon)
Andrey Esipenko vs Bassem Amin

Hikaru’s group LIVE / Duda’s group LIVE / Wesley So’s group LIVE / Caruana’s group LIVE / Nepo’s group LIVE / Giri’s group LIVE / Ding Liren’s group LIVE / Aronian’s group LIVE

Ding Liren vs Tuan Minh Le 2.5-1.5 , September 14, 13:00 CEST
Game 1: Ding Liren – Tuan Minh Le 0-1

Game 2: Tuan Minh Le – Ding Liren 0-1

Game 3: Ding Liren – Tuan Ming Le 1/2-1/2

Game 4: Tuan Minh Le – Ding Liren 0-1

Vladimir Kramnik vs Hrant Melkumyan, September 14, 13:00 CEST
Game 1: Vladimir Kramnik – Hrant Melkumyan 1-0

Game 2: Hrant Melkumyan – Vladimir Kramnik 0-1

Game 3: Vladimir Kramnik – Hrant Melkumyan 1-0

Nihal Sarin vs Rauf Mamedov, September 14, 13:00 CEST
Game 1: Nihal Sarin – Rauf Mamedov 1-0

Game 2: Rauf Mamedov – Nihal Sarin 1/2-1/2

Game 3: Nihal Sarin – Rauf Mamedov 1/2-1/2

Game 4: Rauf Mamedov – Nihal Sarin 1-0

Game 5 (Armageddon): Rauf Mamedov – Nihal Sarin 0-1

Andrey Esipenko vs Bassem Amin, September 14, 19:00 CEST

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