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Caruana – Carlsen 2018 game 10 LIVE!

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Hello everyone and welcome to the live coverage of the 2018 World Chess Championship match between the reigning champion Magnus Carlsen (Norway) and the challenger Fabiano Caruana (USA). In this live blog + live games from WCC 2018 we will be covering the event Carlsen – Caruana with the latest news, developments, interviews, and in-game details.

The most important feature here will be the lines of analysis by Lc0 – the open Neural Network, and the TCEC champion Stockfish running on a Super Computer of 128 cores.

 

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Current move eval: Move 12: Lc0 +0.29 , SF[128] +0.07

Update 16:03 CET

For the second time in the match the open Sicilian. This time it is Fabiano Caruana who deviates with 11. b4, a move that is not very typical for the Sveshnikov at this stage.

Lc0 +0.29: 12. .. a6 13. Na3 b6 14. Nc4 a5 15. bxa5 bxa5 16. Bd2 Bb7 17. Qe1 Qc8 18. Bxa5 Bxd5 19. Ne3 Be6 20. Bf3 Ra7 21. Qd2 h6 22. Bb4 Rd8 23. a5 Nc5 24. Nd5 Bg5 25. Qe2 f5 26. Nb6 Qa6 27. Bc3 Rc7 28. Rfd1 e4 29. Bh5 g6 30. h4 Bxh4 31. Qe3 Bg5 32. Qd4 Kh7 33. f4

Lc0 line 2 +0.3: 14. 12. .. f5 13. a5 a6 14. Na3 f4 15. Nc4 e4 16. Nd2 Nf6 17. Ra3 Qe8 18. Nc4 f3 19. gxf3 Bh3 20. f4 Bxf1 21. Kxf1 Qf7 22. Nb6 Rae8 23. Rg3 Bd8 24. Nc4 Qd7 25. Ne3 b6 26. b5 bxa5 27. bxa6 Bb6 28. Bb2 Rb8

SF128 +0.07: 12. .. a6 13. Na3 b6 14. f4 f5 15. Nc4 a5 16. Rb1 axb4 17. Rxb4 Qc7 18. Kh1 Ba6 19. Be3 Bxc4 20. Bxc4 exf4 21. Bxf4 Nc5 22. Bb5 Bf6 23. Bc6 Rab8 24. Qf3 Be5 25. Be3 Na6 26. Rc4 Nc5

Update 15:30 CET

Game 10 of the Caruana – Carlsen World Chess Championship 2018 match is here. After a record breaking streak of games, we are getting closer to a decisive result. For several games in a row Caruana had solid advantage. Yesterday, Carlsen was close to winning. Will we see the first decisive game of the match today?

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