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World Chess Cup: Levon Aronian braces for one more tiebreaker

World Chess Cup: Levon Aronian braces for one more tiebreaker

PanARMENIAN.Net - Levon Aronian faces one more tiebreaker after losing the second game of the round of sixteen at the World Chess Cup, currently underway in Tbilisi.

The Armenian grandmaster will play against Maxim Matlakov of Russia. Each had snatched a victory in the two games of the pre-quarterfinals.

The tiebreaker is slated for Monday, September 11.

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Meanwhile, Samuel Sevian who represents the United States lost to Li Chao of China and was forced to leave the tournament.
The other two players representing Armenia - Hrant Melkumyan and Robert Hovhannisyan - reached a draw each.
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