Magnus Carlsen By Armstrong Vas Doha: Reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway emerged as the sole leader at the end of the eight round of the Qatar Masters Open Chess Championship at Aspire Zone in Doha on Monday. On Monday, Carlsen ... Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago
So draws with Carlsen, stays at joint second - MSN Philippines, 1 month ago
Carlsen draws with So, keeps lead - Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
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(MENAFN - Gulf Times) World Champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway kept his reputation of never losing a play-off game intact yesterday, when he defeated defending champion Yu Yangyi of china in blitz playoff games to claim the Qatar Masters, the ...MENAFN, 1 month ago Indians put up a strong show at Qatar Masters; Carlsen wins title Yahoo! India, 1 month ago Carlsen rules Qatar tilt as So tumbles to 18th Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago Great Chess Minds Think Alike: Carlsen Wins in Qatar Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Georgian female chess player Nino Batsiashvili payed world championSven Magnus Øen Carlsen , Norwegian chess grandmaste, to a draw. His peak ratingis 2882, the highest in history. The match took place in Doha, thecapital of the State of Qatar. ...Georgia Today, 1 month ago Abhijeet new kid in town New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago Carlsen wins Grand Chess Tour Huffington Post, 1 month ago The chess players that can't be beaten BBC, 2 months ago
0072 Sports/ Qatar/ Other games Doha, December 29 (QNA) Norwegian Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen won Tuesday the second edition of Qatar Masters Open for Chess in a thrilling conclusion to the event. Magnus had to play a tiebreaker against the ...Federation of Arab News Agencies, 1 month ago So, Carlsen share top spot with 3 others Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago Chess master Antoaneta Stefanova loses to Russia's Tomaszewski in Doha BNR, 1 month ago Wesley crushes Akopian, regains share of lead MSN Philippines, 1 month ago
0024 Sports/ Qatar/ Other games Doha, December 29 (QNA) World chess champion Magnus Carlsen won his game with ease against Mamedyarov and shot into sole lead with 6.5/8 in Qatar Masters Open round 8 on Monday. In another competition, Russian ...Federation of Arab News Agencies, 1 month ago Qatar Masters: Carlsen leads So, eight other GMs Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago Qatar Masters Open: Magnus Carlsen Beat Aravindh Chithambaram Federation of Arab News Agencies, 1 month ago
Grandmaster Wesley So battled world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway to a draw to remain tied at second place after six rounds in the Qatar Masters Open 2015 on Sunday night. Playing the white pieces, the fourth-seeded So held his own in a ...Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago Wesley So stays 2nd after 41-move draw Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago So falls to Chinese GM in 77 moves Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago Wesley drops to 2nd spot Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago
Ray Morris-Hill The first-round game between Magnus Carlsen and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave ended in a draw. The London Chess Classic in underway in England and will continue until Dec. 13. This is one of the chess world's premier events, usually ...Business Insider India, 2 months ago World Chess Board To Meet As U.S. Sanctions Chief Radio Free Europe, 2 months ago
Chess Piece -- Bobby Ang: FINAL STANDINGS 1. Magnus Carlsen NOR 2844, 9.0/13 2-3. Fabiano Caruana USA 2787, Ding Liren CHN 2766, 8.0/13 4-6. Wesley So USA 2773, Anish Giri NED 2798, Pavel Eljanov UKR 2760, 7.0/13 7-8. Wei Yi CHN 2706, Shakhriyar ...Business World, 5 days ago
Current Standings (7 of 9 rds) 1. GM Shakhriyar Mamedyarov AZE 2748, GM Magnus Carlsen NOR 2834, GM Sanan Sjugirov RUS 2646, 3.5/7 4-19. GM Anish Giri NED 2784, GM Wesley So USA 2775, Xu Yinglun CHN 2470, GM Vladimir Kramnik RUS 2796, GM Dariusz ...Business World, 1 month ago
Magnus Carlsen just proved that he's the best chess player in the world at an epic tournament in London
Magnus Carlsen is seen prior to the start of the London Chess Classic tournament in London. Sunday marked the end of the most important chess tournament of the year, the London Chess Classic. The tournament was the third and final leg of the ...Business Insider, 1 month ago Aronian- Carlsen ended with a drew Mediamax, 2 months ago
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