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The first ChessBase India Originals Death Match was held at the Phoenix Marketcity Mumbai between Anish Giri and Vidit Gujrathi in June 2022. We now have the second edition at the Dreamhack, this time between two of the brightest talents, not just in Indian chess, but the world. Facing off against each other are India no.2 and 3 D. Gukesh vs Arjun Erigaisi. Gukesh is just 16 years old, has a rating of 2732 and is world no.19, while Arjun is 19 years old, has a rating of 2728 and is world no.21. What an evenly matched battle this is! Deathmatches are grueling, all-out battles of wit, speed, skill, and endurance. The players will be tested in all formats from bullet, blitz, rapid, blindfold, chess960, no castling chess and more. The event will be held on the 5th of November from 5 p.m. onwards and will have a total prize pool of INR 5,00,000. The winner takes home Rs.3,00,000 and the runner-up Rs.2,00,000.
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