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Levon Aronian storms into quarter-finals at World Chess Cup

Levon Aronian storms into quarter-finals at World Chess Cup

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian grandmaster Levon Aronian stormed into the quarter-finals at the World Chess Cup, currently underway in Tbilisi, Georgia.

The tiebreak against Daniil Dubov from Russia lasted five hours after the two drew the matches in the 1/8 elimination round.

Meanwhile, world champion Magnus Carlsen, Hikaru Nakamura and Vladimir Kramnik have already been left out of the tournament.

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This season, Mourinho has played Mkhitaryan in his preferred position; an attacking midfielder in all five league games so far.
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.
"I think people underestimate him because he doesn't have the name like the other ones in the world," Ibrahimovic said of Mkhitaryan.
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