3rd Round Recap with Peter Leko | GRENKE Chess Classic 2017

3rd Round Recap with Peter Leko | GRENKE Chess Classic 2017

The recap of the third round of the GRENKE Chess Classic 2017 with grandmaster Peter Leko from Hungary.

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RECAP !!! Last year

Statistics and Details: Lékó- Bundesliga 2

# Name Rating Change Tournament Date
1 Breder 2463 1 w +2.1 Bundesliga, South (5) 05.02.2017
2 Bosiocic 2595 1 w +3.7 Bundesliga, South (6) 19.02.2017
3 Baklan 2609 1 b +3.8 Bundesliga, South (7) 19.03.2017

Lékó Péter

Period RTNG GMS RAPID RTNG RAPID GMS BLITZ RTNG BLITZ GMS
 2017-Apr  2699  2  2671  0  2790  23
 2017-Mar  2693  0  2671  0  2764  0
 2017-Feb  2693  0  2671  0  2764  0
 2017-Jan  2693  1  2671  26  2764  47
 2016-Dec  2693  6  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Nov  2693  9  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Oct  2709  0  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Sep  2709  0  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Aug  2709  9  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Jul  2712  0  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Jun  2712  2  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-May  2705  0  2692  0  2697  0
 2016-Apr  2705  0  2692  0  2697  0

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