FIDE World Cup R7.3: Duda Beats Carlsen To Reach Final, Candidates

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Not GM Magnus Carlsen but GM Jan-Krzysztof Duda reached the final of the FIDE World Cup on Tuesday. The Polish grandmaster beat the world champion in the second rapid game to set up a clash with GM Sergey Karjakin. Both finalists have also qualified for the 2022 FIDE Candidates Tournament.

GM Tan Zhongyi came third in the women’s tournament after beating GM Anna Muzychuk in the tiebreak of their match for third place.

A full news report will be published soon.

Semifinals | Results






Fed Player Rtg

Fed Player Rtg G1 G2 TB
GM Carlsen, Magnus 2847 GM Duda, Jan-Krzysztof 2738 ½-½ ½-½ .
GM Karjakin, Sergey 2757 GM Fedoseev, Vladimir 2696 ½-½ 1-0 .

Games semifinal tiebreak

2021 FIDE World Cup results

Finals | Results






Fed Player Rating

Fed Player Rating G1 G2 TB
GM Goryachkina, Aleksandra 2596 GM Kosteniuk, Alexandra 2472 0-1 ½-½ .
GM Muzychuk, Anna 2527 GM Tan, Zhongyi 2511 ½-½ ½-½ ½-1½

Games semifinal tiebreak

2021 FIDE Women's World Cup results

The FIDE World Cup takes place in the Galaxy Leisure Complex in Sochi, Russia, until August 6, 2021. Each round consists of two classical games and, if necessary, a rapid/blitz tiebreak on the third day. The open section began round two with 128 players and the women’s section, 64.


Previous reports:

  • FIDE World Cup R7.2: Kosteniuk Wins Women’s Cup, Karjakin Reaches Final
  • FIDE World Cup R7.1: Kosteniuk Dodges Bullet, Takes Lead
  • FIDE World Cup R6.3: Karjakin, Goryachkina, Kosteniuk Through
  • FIDE World Cup R6.2: Carlsen, Duda, Fedoseev Through; Karjakin Strikes Back
  • FIDE World Cup R6.1: Carlsen, Shankland Strike
  • FIDE World Cup R5.3: Carlsen Beats Esipenko In Epic Tiebreak
  • FIDE World Cup R5.2: Shankland, Vidit Through
  • FIDE World Cup R5.1: Kosteniuk, Martirosyan Only Winners
  • FIDE World Cup R4.3: Carlsen, Ivic Among Final 16
  • FIDE World Cup R4.2: Dzagnidze, Goryachkina Force Tiebreaks; Harikrishna Out
  • FIDE World Cup R4.1: Goryachkina, Harikrishna Among 10 Players In Danger Zone
  • FIDE World Cup R3.3: Giri, Mamedyarov Out; MVL Survives In Armageddon
  • FIDE World Cup R3.2: Caruana Knocked Out
  • FIDE World Cup R3.1: Dzagnidze, Mamedyarov, Yu In Trouble
  • FIDE World Cup R2.3: Dominguez, Firouzja Out On Wild Armageddon Day
  • FIDE World Cup R2.2: Nihal, Praggnanandhaa Among Qualifiers For Round 3
  • FIDE World Cup R2.1: Covid-19 Hits, Aronian Withdraws
  • FIDE World Cup R1.3: 14-Year-Old Murzin Through
  • FIDE World Cup R1.2: 28 Matches Go To Tiebreaks
  • FIDE World Cup R1.1: Chilean Brilliance



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