There's but one round to go in the Aeroflot Open, and while no fewer than eight players are just half a point behind the sole leader is Evgeny Najer with 6/8. He'll have White in the last round against Gata Kamsky (5.5), and if he fails to win he (or Kamsky, if he wins) he can be caught by the winner, if any, of the games Gelfand-Jumabayev, Zvjaginsev-Matlakov, and Kobalia-Dubov, and by Bartel if he wins with Black against Rakhmanov.
That event has one round to go; on the other end, the Reykjavik Open is just one round in. Four 2700+ players are participating, all of whom won their first round games: Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, Dmitry Andreikin, Richard Rapport, and Gabriel Sargissian. (Sargissian's participation is slightly surprising to me, as it means he won't be available to second Levon Aronian in the Candidates' tournament.)