31 January 2011, Kuala Lumpur – Hikaru Nakamura drew his last round 13th at the Tata Steel Chess Tournament 2011 and with that he scored 9 points from 13 rounds of play and wins the tournament.
Chessvibes.com reports that Hikaru Nakamura won the 2011 Tata Steel Chess Tournament. In the last round the American grandmaster drew with Black against Wang Hao from China. His main rival Vishy Anand from Indian also drew his game with Russian GM Ian Nepomniachtchi. Wang Hao, the solitary Asian representative in Group A ended in 10th position and scored 6.0 points.
In the B group Luke McShane and David Navara drew, and will both be invited for the A group next year. Both Asian GMs Wesley So and Le Quang Liem ended in 4th and 5th positions with 7.5 points each. While Li Chao of China ended in 9th position with 6.0 points.
Daniele Vocaturo won the C group after drawing with Ilya Nyzhnyk in the last round. Meanwhile Kateryna Lahno finished third with 8.0 points and Tania Sachdev in 9th position with 6.5 points.
Here is the last round game between Hikaru Nakamura, the Champion of Tata Steel Chess 2011 against Wang Hao, the only Asian representative in Group A played on the 30th January 2011. The game ended in a draw.