FIDE World Chess Grand Prix 2019 Jerusalem
YU YANGYI (top), 26, of China, competes with WESLEY SO (bottom), 27, of the USA, in Day One, Round One, of the final leg of the World Chess Championship cycle at Jerusalem's Notre Dame Center. Sixteen world’s top grand masters continue their fight for an 800,000 Euro prize, two spots in next year’s Candidates Tournament and a chance to face reigning World Champion, Magnus Carlsen, in the 2020 Championship Match. The tournament has a knock out format with 16 players at the start. To win, a player must defeat opponents in four rounds.