Magnus Carlsen won the World Championship match on Wednesday in New York against Sergey Karjakin of Russia. For nearly threeweeks, Calrsen fought hard and tried his best to win all the games. There were 12 closely fought games and one tiebreaker ... International Business Times Australia, 1 month ago
(R) English Grandmaster Nigel Short English GM Nigel Short says Norwegian summoned his inner strength against Karjakin to retain world title. The world chess championship contest was supposed to be a Test match — 12 games and rest days — ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago
PRESSURE doesn't begin to even cover it. On Wednesday in New York City, two men will face off in a tie-breaker for global glory. At stake is the title of World Chess Champion and bragging rights for a nation over its toughest rivals. This time, ...Northern Territory News, 1 month ago
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