Grand Prix: Gelfand & Caruana back in the lead, one round to go

The FIDE Grand Prix in Élancourt will see an exciting last round as Fabiano Caruana can still win the tournament outright, and thus qualify for the 2014 Candidates Tournament. On Thursday tournament leader Hikaru Nakamura lost a spectacular game to Boris Gelfand, while Caruana himself defeated Evgeny Tomashevsky. The all-French encounter Fressinet-Bacrot was won quickly by Black.

Photos by Alina l’Ami & Eric Cheymoi courtesy of FIDE

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