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Test Your Chess: Online Nations Cup Game Of The Day Lessons‎

Are you following the FIDE Online Nations Cup? It’s one of the most prestigious online events ever held with some of the strongest players on the planet participating and $180,000 in prize money. Check out the highlights of each day here:

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Artemiev – Aronian: Day 1: Levon Aronian played great games at the ONC, but he got off to a rough start as Vladislav Artemiev beat him in a brilliant opening game. GM Simon Williams delivers a complete analysis!

Firouzja – Dominguez: Day 2: On day two of the ONC GM Firouzja and GM Dominguez played a wild game. Check out IM Levy Rozman’s video analysis and see how the action concluded.

Anand – Nepomniachtchi: Day 3: Vishy Anand started day three with a 17 move crush against Ian Nepomniachtchi. How did he do it?

So – Adhiban: Day 3 Bonus: In round 6 of the ONC Wesley So defeated Baskaran Adhiban to lead the US team to a victory over India. Check out how he did it in a bonus game of the day!

Yu – Duda: Day 4: The Chinese team is dominating the ONC so far. See how GM Yu Yangi led them to victory on Friday with a stunning attack against GM Jan-Krzysztof Duda!

Karjakin – Firouzja: Day 5: Alireza Firouzja is seen by many as a future World Champion. He demonstrated why today by beating a former World Championship Challenger, in Sergey Karjakin. Check out how he did it!

Caruana – Wang: Day 5 Bonus: The United States entered the final round needing a win against the great Chinese team to reach the finals. Fabiano Caruana helped them do it by scoring a quick victory against Wang Hao. Check out how he did it!

Yu – So: Playoffs:  How did Yu Yangi lead China to a win in the ONC? Check out the game here and see if you can find Yu’s moves! (Photo and news: chess.com)

Ariel

Ariel Arrieta is an avid chess fan and a varsity chess player who loves promoting Chess everywhere. He founded www.mychessset.com (Chess Set Online) to help promote the game of chess anywhere in the world.

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