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Russian President Vladimir Putin [L] shakes hands with Norway's Magnus Carlsen at an award ceremony of the Match in Sochi, Russia. India's former World Champion Vishwanathan Anand is seen in Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 15 hours ago
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Magnus Carlsen says keeping focus versus Anand was a struggle [Mint, New Delhi :: ]

Nov. 26--SOCHI, Russia -- Early in the just concluded world chess championship match at Sochi, world champion Magnus Carlsen almost got bored and was asking himself why the contest was taking place at all. In an exclusive interview, Carlsen said he ...
 BusinessWeek1 day ago Carlsen beats Anand again  Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Chess: End Game for Anand as Carlsen Retains Title  International Business Times India3 days ago Chess prodigy retains world title despite dozing off  ABC Online3 days ago
The Local Norway

Putin praises Carlsen's 'genius' in Sochi

Vladimir Putin congratulates Magnus Carlsen in Sochi. Photo: Berit Roald / NTB scanpix Vladimir Putin arrived fashionably late in Sochi to congratulate Norway's Magnus Carlsen after the Norwegian collected his title and prize money at the Chess ...
 The Local Norway2 days ago Vladimir Putin's presence puts Carlsen in a spot  Livemint.com2 days ago

Carlsen Can Even Make Chess an Olympic Sport

Magnus Carlsen continues to dazzle the chess world with his phenomenal performances. Grandmaster at 13, world No 1 at 19, World champion at 22. These staggering feats have made him the most popular chess player after Bobby Fischer and Garry ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago

NIIT Press Release- Final Game of World Chess Championship 2014

23-year-old Magnus Carlsen defeated Viswanathan Anand in the 11 th game of the World Chess championship and retained the title which he had won in Chennai last November. The 12 game Match went Carlsen's way with a 6.5-4.5 score making the ...
 Businessworld India3 days ago
Ani News

Norwegian ace Carlsen beats Indian grandmaster Anand to retain World Chess Championship title

New Delhi, Nov 24 (ANI): Norwegian chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen defeated Indian chess ace Viswanathan Anand in the 11th game of the World Chess championship to retain the title which he had won in Chennai last November. The 12 game Match went ...
 Yahoo! India3 days ago
Times of India

Champ Carlsen's classic gift: Execution over preparation

PUNE: Can Magnus Carlsen now be welcomed into the exclusive club of the top-three players in the history of modern chess? After all, he has won just two World titles, the first one when Viswanathan Anand was clearly off-colour in Chennai. And how ...
 Times of India2 days ago
New Indian Express

Pressure Point Inaction Proved Anand's Undoing

CHENNAI: Stability, steely nerves and delivering at critical moments helped Magnus Carlsen retain his World chess crown in Sochi, Russia, on Sunday. In a closely-fought match, the Norwegian remaining more stable and making lesser mistakes proved to ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Magnus Carlsen's nerves held up better

Dylan Loeb McClain In the end, Magnus Carlsen was simply the better player. Viswanathan Anand, the challenger, certainly made a fight of the World Championship match in Sochi, but he could not keep up with Carlsen. Anand acknowledged as much in ...
 Mumbai Mirror3 days ago

Sad to lose but I hope to play chess for as long as I enjoy: Viswanathan Anand

After losing to Norwegian Magnus Carlsen in game 11 of World Chess Championship that ended his hoped of winning the World title, Viswanathan Anand has said he wants to continue playing chess as long as he enjoys doing so.
 Zee News3 days ago
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