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Carlsen reigns supreme in Qatar Reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway poses with his Qatar Master...
Qatar Peninsula

Carlsen reigns supreme in Qatar Reigning world champion Magnus...

am Reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway poses with his Qatar Masters Open Chess trophy with Qatar Chess Association President Khalifa Mohammed Al Hitmi, after defeating Yu Yangyi his Chinese rival in tie break blitz games at Aspire ... Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago
Carlsen wins Qatar Masters The Hindu, 1 month ago
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Xinhua News Agency, 3 weeks ago
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Qatar Peninsula, 1 month ago
ChessBase, 1 month ago
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Fatwa by top Saudi cleric banning chess stirs online outcry

File picture of Norway's Magnus Carlsen (left) playing against India's Viswanathan Anand during the FIDE World Chess Championship in Chennai November 18, 2013. Saudi Arabia's top cleric issued a fatwa against chess last month. — Reuters pic DUBAI, ...
 Malay Mail3 weeks ago London Chess Classic  Business World1 month ago Persisting Agony for Anand, Carlsen Bags Another Title  New Indian Express2 months ago Carlsen wins London Chess Classic, Anand finishes 9th  MSN News US1 month ago
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Qatar Peninsula

Qatar Masters Open Chess Championship: Carlsen leads at the end of eight round

am Anish Giri (left) of Netherlands and Magnus Carlsen of Norway during their seventh round match of the Qatar Masters Open Chess Championship at Aspire Zone in Doha on Sunday. The championship ends today. Carlsen leads the championship going ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Carlsen and Giri split points, 16 men chase leading trio  MENAFN1 month ago Qatar Masters: Carlsen emerges as s...  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Qatar Masters Open Chess Chionship: Carlsen leads at the end of eight round  MENAFN1 month ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Carlsen rules Qatar tilt as So tumbles to 18th

10:05 PM December 30th, 2015 Recommended Norwegian chess player, and current World Chess Champion, Magnus Carlsen. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS World champion Magnus Carlsen tamed defending champion Yu Yangyi twice in their ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago Carlsen wins Grand Chess Tour  Huffington Post1 month ago DAVID R. SANDS: With victory in London, Magnus Carlsen wins chess Grand Tour  Washington Times1 month ago Abhijeet new kid in town  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Xinhua News Agency

78th Tata Steel Chess Tournament: Giri vs. Mammadyarov

WIJK AAN ZEE, Jan. 23, 2016 (Xinhua) -- Magnus Carlsen of Norway competes during the 78th Tata Steel Chess Tournament in Wijk aan Zee, the Netherlands, Jan. 22, 2016. (Xinhua/Sylvia Lederer) 1 2 3 1 2 3 Copyright 2000 - 2015 XINHUANET.com All ...
 Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago The Tata Steel Masters, which is in progress in the small Dutch village of Wjik aan Zee, is the first super-tournament of the year. After five rounds Fabiano Caruana (USA) and Ding Liren (China) are leading with 3.5 points, while four players, including t  Irish Independent2 weeks ago So elicits another draw in Tata Steel tourney  Manila Times3 weeks ago So drops to second spot in Qatar Masters Open  Manila Times1 month ago
Manila Bulletin

Wesley, Carlsen draw in 35 moves

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 Bulletin1 month ago Wesley So stays 2nd after 41-move draw  Manila Bulletin1 month ago
Business Insider UK

The most important chess tournament in decades is happening right now in London

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 India2 months ago
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A tough win

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 World1 month ago
Public Radio of Armenia

World Chess Candidates Tournament: Armenia's Aronian to first face Giri of Netherlands

Grandmaster (GM) Levon Aronian—who plays first board for the three-time World Chess Olympiad champions and the former World Team Chess champions Armenia—will compete against GM Anish Giri (Netherlands), in the first round of the World Chess ...
 News.am1 day ago Armenia's Levon Aronyan placed 6th in FIDE ranking  Public Radio of Armenia2 months ago FIDE: Armenia's Aronian moves up  News.am2 months ago
MSN Philippines

So draws anew, drops to joint fourth

Provided by The Philippine Star Wesley So continued to get dragged down by draws as he settled for another one, this time against Ukrainian Grandmaster Pavel Eljanov in 60 moves of a Gruenfeld Defense in the 11th round of the Tata Steel Chess ...
 MSN Philippines2 weeks ago So settles for draw, drops to joint fourth  Manila Bulletin2 weeks ago Draw stalls So anew at joint fourth  MSN Philippines2 weeks ago Chinese IM forces So to marathon draw  MSN Philippines1 month ago
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