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Thursday, 05 Dec 2019 10:12
Wang Hao and Andreikin join the Jerusalem Grand Prix

Following the withdrawal Teymour Radjabov and Levon Aronian for medical reasons, the field for the Jerusalem Grand Prix has been completed with the inclusion of Wang Hao (CHN, 2756) and Dmitry Andreikin (RUS, 2724).

Wang Hao is the first player from the list of reserve players published in February who was available and ready to take part in the tournament. As for Andreikin, he is the strongest player who was available following the rating list.

1 - Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (FRA, 2780)
2 - Shakriyar Mamedyarov (AZE, 2772)
3 - Anish Giri (NED, 2769)
4 - Ian Nepomniachtchi (RUS, 2767)
5 - Wesley So (USA, 2760)
6 - Wang Hao (CHN, 2756)
7 - Sergey Karjakin (2754)
8 - Yu Yangyi (CHN, 2738)
9 - Veselin Topalov (BUL, 2737)
10 - Radoslav Wojtaszek (POL, 2725)
11 - Wei Yi (CHN, 2725)
12 - Pentala Harikrishna (IND, 2724)
13 - Dmitry Andreikin (RUS, 2724)
14 - David Navara (CZH, 2707)
15 - Dmitry Jakovenko (RUS, 2698)
16 - Boris Gelfand (2684)

This is the official website to the FIDE Grand Prix in Jerusalem organized by World Chess: https://worldchess.com/news/guide-to-jerusalem-grand-prix-2019