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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 »
Magnus Carlsen, Rd11, 2021 WCh
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 »
Nepo and Carlsen, Rd 10, 2021 World Ch
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 »
Nepo, Game 9, WCH on FIDE stream
It’s getting hard to watch. A clearly out-of-sorts GM Ian Nepomniachtchi lost his second consecutive game at the 2021 FIDE World… Read More »
Nepomniachtchi, Rd 8
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 »
World Champion GM Magnus Carlsen
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 »
Magnus Carlsen at 2021 WCh
After five years, 19 games, and a record-shattering 136 moves, we have a decisive result in a World Chess Championship game. … Read More »
Nepo and Carlsen, Rd 5, 2021 World Ch
The World Champion's appearance was under scrutiny during Wednesday's fifth game of his title match against GM Ian Nepomniachtchi.Read More »
Nepo drinks tea Rd4 2021 WCh
The fans are beginning to get restless. And so, perhaps, are the players. The fourth round of the 2021 World Chess Championship saw World… Read More »
Nepo with a grin in Game 3
The third game of the 2021 World Chess Championship saw some high-level preparation, and one critical moment that required precision from both GM… Read More »
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