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Out of the forty-five players who shared the lead on day 2, only one managed to keep his lead at the conclusion of the third day of the GRENKE Chess Open. Winning both of his games on day three, it was the Serbian GM Aleksander Indjic who kept the sole lead with a perfect 5/5 score. A long list of twenty-four Grandmasters and International Masters share second place at 4.5/5.
The day, once again, began with a shocking result from Alireza Firouzja | Photo: Georgios Souleidis
The second wave of norm aspirants hit the top-ranked grandmasters of the Grenke Chess Open on Friday morning and this time, it managed to upset the top seed of the event Etienne Bacrot. Besides, many others had to press for long hours and, in some cases, even wait for a miracle of sorts to reach victory. As the day progressed more casualties were witnessed as to GMs like Gata Kamsky, Alexey Sarana and Borki Predojevic signed peace in the following round.
The enormous playing hall | Photo: Georgios Souleidis