FIDE Grand Prix Series 2014-2015: Standings

The first two stages of the FIDE Grand Prix Series 2014-2015 were held in Baku, Azerbaijan and Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Two more events will follow in Tbilisi, Georgia (February) and Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia (May).

Fabiano Caruana and Boris Gelfand shared the first place in Baku Grand Prix.

Russian Grandmaster Dmitry Andreikin was the sole winner of the Tashkent Grand Prix.

After the two stages, Caruana is leading the standings with a total of 230 points. Second is Hikaru Nakamura with 207 points.

It is curious that Andreikin (3rd) and Gelfand (4th) had a pair of poor and exceptional results in a very short time-frame.

Grand Prix Series 2014-2015 Standings

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