Live Games from World Cup 2017
It's the final day of World Cup 2017. Ding Liren and Levon Aronian are tied at 2-2 after four games of Classical chess. The finals now goes into tiebreaks. We will witness some edge of the seat action and we have set up the live games page over here for you to follow the games along with grandmaster commentary by Evgeny Miroschnichenko and Keti Tsatsalashvili. Who do you think will win the World Cup 2017? We have a poll within the article. Action begins at 16.30 hours IST
Games begin at 16.30 hours IST (3 p.m. local time). Live Commentary by GM Evgeny Miroshnichenko and WGM Qeti Tsatsalashvili.
Who will win the World Cup tiebreaks today at #FIDEWorldCup2017?— ChessBase India (@ChessbaseIndia) September 27, 2017
The games begin at 15.00 hours local time, which is 16.30 hours IST.
ChessBase India coverage of World Cup 2017:
ChessBase International coverage:
Round 3.3: Caruana bows out
Round 7.3: A mouth watering clash awaits us
Round 7.2: Aronian's masterful technique falls short
Round 7.1: Ding Liren's immaculate opening preparation
Round 6.3: And then there were two!
Round 6.2: Ding Liren returns he favour
Round 6.1: Why didn't So sacrifice an exchange?
Round 5.3: Nasty 21...Kc7!! seals Svidler's fate
Round 5.2: Aronian, So, Ding are in the semi-finals
Round 5.1: Flawless Aronian crushes Chucky
Round 4.3: MVL's Narikala against GrischukRound
Round 4.1: Ivanchuk is Ivanchuk!