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Anand Finally Breaks the Carlsen Jinx

Anand Finally Breaks the Carlsen Jinx

Chennai: Indian chess Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand on Tuesday defeated world champion Magnus Carlsen in 34 moves in the third game of their world title match in Sochi, Russia, breaking the Carlsen jinx. At the end of the third game in the ... India-West, 1 week ago
Anand breaks jinx defeats Carlsen in third match Bombay News.Net, 1 week ago
Jagran Post

Vidit Gujrathi India's best bet in World Junior Championship

PUNE, Oct 4: Fast improving grandmaster Vidit Gujrathi stands as India's best bet to bring home the world junior title after a gap of six years. Won by Abhijeet Gupta back in 2008, the World junior title has remained elusive to the Indians since ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago Gujrathi India's best bet in World Junior Championship  Millennium Post1 month ago
India TV

Magnificent Magnus punishes Anand's misadventure, retains world chess title

Chennai, Nov 23 World chess champion, Norway's Magnus Carlsen retained his title, handing out a punishing defeat to Indian challenger Viswanathan Anand in the 11th round of their title match in Russia Sunday. The reigning world champion ...
 ProKerala.com4 hours ago Anand loses 11th game; Carlsen retains World title  India TV4 hours ago Magnus Carlsen beats Viswanathan Anand in Game 11, retains World Championship title  ZeeNews.com4 hours ago Carlsen retains world chess title  Siasat Daily5 hours ago
The Freepress Journal

Trailing Anand faces battle of nerves in Game 11 against Carlsen

In the crucial 11th round game of the World Chess Championship underway in Sochi, Russia, Indian ace Viswanathan Anand has to hold out Sunday to mount a serious attack in his last game against Norwegian champion Magnus Carlsen to equalise first and ...
 Firstpost.com15 hours ago Now, every move counts for Anand  The Freepress Journal16 hours ago Aggression or caution? World Chess Championship a battle of nerves for trailing Anand  Firstpost.com1 day ago 'Anand should bide time till last …  Yahoo! India1 day ago
Millennium Post

Viswanathan Anand, Carlsen draw eighth round

It was a very good preparation by Carlsen and his team, who introduced a new idea and the game quickly fizzled out into a dull position which Carlsen held very easily, world no.7 and Grandmaster Anish Giri summed up. Playing white, Anand opened the ...
 Millennium Post4 days ago
Times of India

Anand still has a chance, say experts

AGENCIES Chennai, 17 November A lot can happen in the coming days at the World Chess Championship, currently underway at Sochi in Russia, even though reigning champion Magnus Carlsen from Norway is in the lead against Indian challenger ...
 The Statesman6 days ago Anand still with a chance against Carlsen: Experts  The Freepress Journal6 days ago Anand still has a chance to regain chess title: Experts  ProKerala.com1 week ago

Game 5 crucial for in-form Viswanathan Anand: Experts

CHENNAI: The ongoing world chess title match between the reigning champion but out-of-form Magnus Carlsen and the Indian challenger in-form Viswanathan Anand is excitingly and intriguingly poised, say chess experts. While both the players have two ...
 Times of India1 week ago Game 5 crucial for in-form Anand: Experts  ProKerala.com1 week ago Game 5 crucial for in-form Anand Experts  Calcutta News.Net1 week ago
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