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Quang Liem stops at the Aimchess US super prize

Player Le Quang Liem won three points in the last five games of the Aimchess US online super fast chess tournament on the evening of August 30, ranking only 13th overall.

Quang Liem held the white piece, losing to Cuban-American player Leinier Dominguez in the first game of the third day of the competition. Since then, the number one player in Vietnam is unbeaten in the remaining four games. He beat Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Liang Awonder, and drew Anish Giri and Vladislav Artemiev.

With three focuses from the test date of August 30, Quang Liem completed the passing round with six focuses through 15 games, positioning thirteenth. The eight players entering the quarterfinals all scored at least eight focuses, in eighth spot was Dominguez.

Players like Anish Giri and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave completed 10th and tenth, separately, and were wiped out. In which, Giri was unbeaten, won one and drew 14 games, got eight focuses, yet was still underneath Dominguez in the sub-record.

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The eight finalists incorporate Artemiev, Magnus Carlsen, Levon Aronian, Alireza Firouzja, Wesley So, Mamedyarov, Jan-Krzysztof Duda and Dominguez. They will play a knockout match, each pair plays two days, every day plays four speedy games.

Aimchess US is the last leg of the lofty Champions Chess Tour framework with a prize asset of 1.6 million USD. The players are attempting to amass focuses to get into the main 8, acquiring a spot in the Tour Finals. The coordinators will likewise welcome two additional individuals to the Tour Finals. Quang Liem is positioned tenth on the Tour, however is at risk for being surpassed by Mamedyarov and Firouzja.

Emily Castillo

Emily Castillo has traveled extensively around Eastern Europe, learning about the history of the region and walking the paths of her characters. Emily has been a lifelong writer and first began creating other worlds and characters in the fifth grade.

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