Geneva Grand Prix: Hari Krishna at second spot

P. Harikrishna drew with Alexander Grischuk of Russia in the seventh round of the Grand Prix.

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P. Harikrishna chose to play it safe against Alexander Grischuk before Teimour Radjabov nailed Peter Svidler to nose ahead after the seventh round of the Grand Prix chess championship here on Thursday.

The 29-move deadlock kept Hari and Grishcuk at 4.5 points, half a point behind Radjabov, who had a 31-move victory.

Results:

Seventh round: P. Harikrishna (4.5) drew with Alexander Grischuk (Rus, 4.5); Teimour Radjabov (Aze, 5) bt Peter Svidler (Rus, 3.5); Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (Aze, 4) drew with Ian Nepomniachtchi (Rus, 4); Alexander Riazantsev (Rus, 4) bt Li Chao (Chn, 3.5); Anish Giri (Ned, 3.5) drew with Levon Aronian (Arm, 3.5); Michael Adams (Eng, 3.5) drew with Dmitry Jakovenko (Rus, 3.5); Hou Yifan (Chn, 2.5) drew with Boris Gelfand (Isr, 3.5); Pavel Eljanov (Ukr, 3.5) bt Salem Saleh (UAE, 1.5); Ernesto Inarkiev (Rus, 3) drew with Richard Rapport (Hun, 2).

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