Skilling Open 2: Giri still leads after Karjakin beats Carlsen

Anish Giri drew all 5 games on Day 2 of the Skilling Open,
but that was enough to retain the sole lead after Sergey Karjakin took down Magnus
Carlsen in the final round of the day. Of the 8 highest classically rated
players only Levon Aronian would currently miss out on the knockout stage, with
his replacement a certain Hikaru Nakamura. Hikaru fell to a tactical blow from
Liem Quang Le in the first game of the day but beat Ian Nepomniachtchi in the last,
after karma came back to bite Nepo for three 14-move draws in a row with the
white pieces. (MORE LATER)

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