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World Crew Chess Championship: India Edges Out France, Enters Semi-final | Chess Information

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India defeated France in an exciting tie-breaker to enter the semifinals of the FIDE World Crew Chess Championship in Jerusalem. After the 2 units of matches have been shared by the groups by a 3-1 margin, the Indians received the blitz tie-break 2.5-.1.5. Nihal Sarin and S L Narayanan did the star flip with victories over Jules Moussard and Laurent Fressinet respectively early on Thursday. Vidit Gujrathi, India’s high participant, held the highest French star Maxime Vachier-Lagrave to a attract 45 strikes whereas the skilled Okay Sasikiran was overwhelmed by Maxime Lagarde in 55 strikes however the wins by Sarin and Narayanan did the trick.

India will tackle Uzbekistan within the semifinals afterward Thursday evening.

Earlier within the first of the 2 matches, Gujrathi pulled off a win over Lagrave and Narayanan defeated Fressinet. Attracts for Sarin and Sasikiran ensured a complete 3-1 win.

France turned the tables within the second match with Lagrave beating Gujrathi and Fressinet getting the higher of Naryanan. Sarin and Sasikiran held their greater rated opponents-Moussard and Tigran Gharamian to attracts. The 2 wins and the 3-1 win helped the Frenchman stage the quarterfinal tie.

Uzbekistan received the primary match 3-1 towards Ukraine and took the subsequent 2.5-1.5 to march into the semifinals.

Spain and Azerbaijan tied their first match 2-2 with video games on all 4 boards ending in attracts earlier than the previous claimed the second 2.5-1.5 to arrange a semifinal conflict towards China, a winner over Poland.

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