After some ups and downs, Jan-Krzysztof Duda (@GM_JKDuda) scores his first win in the #FIDECandidates, over Fabiano Caruana. If there is a happier player about this result, it'd be Ian Nepomniachtchi, who thus increases his lead to 1.5 points. pic.twitter.com/1fVR3kpUrn— International Chess Federation (@FIDE_chess) June 29, 2022
In the 10th round of the Candidates Tournament in Madrid, Russia's Ian Nepomniachtchi (white pieces) drew with Azerbaijan's Teimour Radjabov and now stands on sole possession of third place with seven points.
Fabiano Caruana, who was second, suffered his second defeat. His opponent was Poland's Jan-Krzysztof Duda. Caruana was 1.5 points behind the leader.
American Hikaru Nakamura and Chinese Ding Liren also gained 5.5 points each.