Posts categorized "World championship"

Our bonus Candidates preview is out! Chess Life and Chess Life Online editor John Hartmann chats with GM Jacob Aagaard about the Candidates, Magnus… Read More »
Welcome to the January 2022 edition of “One Move at a Time,” the US Chess podcast in which Dan Lucas, the Senior Director of Strategic Communication… Read More »
GM Magnus Carlsen has retained his World Chess Championship on Friday after defeating challenger GM Ian Nepomniachtchi in the 11th game of their… Read More »
Faced with the choice to fight or regroup, GM Ian Nepomniachtchi chose the latter in the tenth game of the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship. After… Read More »
It’s getting hard to watch. A clearly out-of-sorts GM Ian Nepomniachtchi lost his second consecutive game at the 2021 FIDE World Championship...Read… Read More »
It’s Sunday Funday indeed for GM Magnus Carlsen, who has won a second game at the 2021 FIDE World Championship to take a two-point lead (5-3) in the… Read More »
Both players were seeing sideways during Saturday's Game 7, the quickest played yet after a record 136-move decisive game on Friday night.Read More »
After five years, 19 games, and a record-shattering 136 moves, we have a decisive result in a World Chess Championship game. GM Magnus Carlsen...Read… Read More »
The World Champion's appearance was under scrutiny during Wednesday's fifth game of his title match against GM Ian Nepomniachtchi.Read More »
The fans are beginning to get restless. And so, perhaps, are the players. The fourth round of the 2021 World Chess Championship saw World Champion...… Read More »

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