Stavanger, Norway: Former world champion Viswanathan Anand scored his first tournament win over Magnus Carlsen in five years when he defeated the current world champion in the fourth round of the Norway Chess championship. The victory was ... India-West, 2 weeks ago
Anand plays out a draw, finishes 2nd - Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago
Anand ends second - New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
Magnus Carlsen languishes in the bottom half of the standings. Reuters The Norway Chess 2015 tournament has moved into the business end of the competition with Bulgarian grandmaster Veselin Topalov still in the lead after the completion's seventh ...International Business Times India, 1 week ago CHESS: Norway chess tournament goes down to the wire Radio France Internationale, 1 week ago Topalov moves closer to title The Hindu, 1 week ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS On a high after taming Magnus Carlsen, Viswanathan Anand will be keen to improve his record against Hikaru Nakamura in their fifth round clash of the Norway Chess 2015 at Stavanger, Norway. After ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Viswanathan Anand. TOPICS The five-time World champion seized his chances and execute the plan flawlessly to nail Carlsen in 47 moves in the fourth round. It took an aggressive, pro-active ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Aggressive Anand crushes Carslen The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Indian chess wizard Viswanathan Anand is taking on reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway in the first round of Shamkir Chess, held in the memory of Vugar Gashimov. Live game video Live chess board 1 Live Chess board 2 Back story Drawing number '4' ...Hindustan Times, 2 months ago Meet Magnus Carlsen's first victim The Hindu, 2 weeks ago 64: Top of the world Marianas Variety, 2 months ago 64: What's up with Magnus? Marianas Variety, 1 week ago
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For Anand, the draw was a positive result but the Indian wijard must be wondering what went wrong in converting what looked like a pawn plus endgame with a decent advantage. The post Anand misses golden chance to beat Carlsen, settles for draw appeared first ...First Post.com, 2 months ago Carlsen is let off the hook by Anand The Telegraph, 2 months ago Viswanathan Anand lets Magnus Carlsen off the hook, settles for draw Times of India, 2 months ago Anand Lets Carlsen Off the Hook, Settles for Draw Outlook, 2 months ago
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The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Sports Hindustan Times Newspapers Mumbai, May 24 -- Viswanathan Anand has seen so many ups and downs in his career, spanning more than two decades, that they ...HT Syndication, 1 month ago
1. Magnus Carlsen NOR 2876 2. Viswanathan Anand IND 2804 3. Fabiano Caruana ITA 2803 4. Hikaru Nakamura USA 2799 5. Veselin Topalov BUL 2798 6. Alexander Grischuk RUS 2780 7. Wesley So USA 2778 8. Vladimir Kramnik RUS 2777 9. Anish Giri NED ...Business World, 1 month ago Norway chess Business World, 22 hours ago Games from Khanty-Mansiysk Business World, 3 weeks ago 64: Caruana, Nakamura earn candidate slots Marianas Variety, 1 month ago
Young players dominate the professional chess scene. The World Champion Magnus Carlsen (24) is No 1 in the world, while Hikaru Nakamura (27) is No 4, Fabiano Caruana (22) is No 5, and Anish Giri (21) is No 6.
Young players dominate the professional chess scene. The World Champion Magnus Carlsen (24) is No 1 in the world, while Hikaru Nakamura (27) is No 4, Fabiano Caruana (22) is No 5, and Anish Giri (21) is No 6. However, the "old guard" did very well ...Irish Independent, 2 days ago Next year, World Champion Magnus Carlsen will have to defend his title. Irish Independent, 1 month ago
A quick but frustrating draw for Viswanathan Anand proved enough for Veselin Topalov to claim the Norway Chess 2015 title in Stavanger, Norway, on Thursday. All the expectations of a thrilling battle for the title between the two leading players ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
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