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Why Magnus Carlsen is the greatest, greater than even Viswanathan Anand
Hindustan Times

Why Magnus Carlsen is the greatest, greater than even Viswanat...

A day after India's Viswanathan Anand had defeated Vladimir Kramnik of Russia in the World Chess Championship match in Bonn in October 2008, this correspondent asked Australian Grandmaster Ian Rogers whether Anand is the greatest chess player ever ... Hindustan Times, 2 days ago
The Svidler Show Business World, 1 month ago
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News18.com

Kramnik beats Anand

Moscow: India's Viswanathan Anand suffered a setback losing to Vladimir Kramnik of Russia in the fourth round of 10th Tal Memorial International chess tournament, here. On what turned out to be a bad day in office, nothing worked well for Anand ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago Viswanathan Anand suffers setback  The Hindu2 months ago Viswanathan Anand Loses To Vladimir Kramnik in Tal Memorial  News18.com2 months ago Viswanathan Anand loses to Kramnik in Tal memorial  New Indian Express2 months ago
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Indian Express

Tal Memorial Chess: Vishwanathan Anand's poor form continues, loses to Vladimir Kramnik

Moscow: India's Viswanathan Anand suffered asetback on Friday, losing to his former world championship challenger Vladimir Kramnik of Russia in the fourth round of 10th TalMemorial International chess tournament in Moscow. On what turned out to ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago Vishwanathan Anand loses to Russia's Vladimir Kramnik at Tal Memorial  Indian Express2 months ago

Can Russia regain its place at the top of world chess?

For the first time in nearly 10 years, Russia has a chance to reclaim its world supremacy in chess. Since Vladimir Kramnik ceded the world champion title to India's Viswanathan Anand in 2008, FIDE championship finals have not featured any Russian ...
 Russia Beyond The Headlines2 weeks ago

Russian minister hails Karjakin's world chess performance

IANS Moscow, Dec 2 (IANS) Russian Grandmaster Sergey Karjakin showed the best qualities of a fighter and athlete when he played against Norway's Magnus Carlsen for the title of the World chess champion, Russian Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov has ...
 News Track India1 day ago Deputy PM praises Russian Grandmaster Karjakin's performance at World Chess Championship  Tass.ru2 days ago Russian sports minister hails Grandmaster Karjakin's drive for World Chess Crown  Tass.ru2 days ago Russian deputy PM lauds Karjakin for World Chess performance  NetIndia123.com22 hours ago
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Play and prestige on the board

Two-time world chess champion Magnus Carlsen won his third title yesterday, defeating Russian challenger Sergey Karjakin after three weeks of gruelling play in a competition with international prestige on the board. Fans greeted the Norwegian with ...
 New Zealand Herald1 day ago Chess: Carlsen and Karjakin to square off in "stupid" tiebreak to determine World Champion  The Sports Campus2 days ago Grandmaster Karpov thinks Carlsen is stressed and afraid of losing World Chess Crown  Tass.ru3 days ago Carlsen stressed, afraid of losing: Ex-champ Karpov  Nagaland Post2 days ago
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Indiatimes

Riazantsev is Russian champ

Final Standings (GM all) 1. Alexander Riazantsev 2651, 7.0/11 2-3. Alexander Grischuk 2752, Evgeny Tomashevsky 2724, 6.5/11 4-5. Peter Svidler 2745, Vladimir Fedoseev 2665, 6.0/11 6-9. Grigoriy Oparin 2617, Aleksey Goganov 2635, Nikita Vitiugov ...
 Business World1 month ago Alexander Riazantsev wins Russian Chess Championship title  The Guardian1 month ago Carlsen clinches third successive world title  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago Magnus Carlsen Proving To Be Unbeatable Wins Third Consecutive World Chess Championship  Indiatimes2 days ago
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Firstpost.com

Viswanathan Anand plays out draw against Evgeny Tomashevsky, remains 3rd in Tal Memorial Chess

Moscow: India's Viswanathan Anand played out an an easy draw against Evgeny Tomashevsky of Russia in the sixth round to remain static at the third spot in the 10th Tal Memorial Chess tournament. What turned out to be a dull game by Tomashevsky, ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago Vishy Anand stays third after playing out an easy draw  Rediff.com2 months ago Anand plays out easy draw against Tomashevsky, remains third  MSN News US2 months ago Viswanathan Anand plays out easy draw against Evgeny Tomashevsky  Indian Express2 months ago
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Anand draws with Nepomniachtchi

MOSCOW Viswanathan Anand played out a draw with Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia and remained in the joint third spot in the Tal memorial chess tournament. All the five games ended in truce resulting in no change in standings for the second day ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago Viswanathan Anand Remains in Third Spot After Rd 6 at 10th Tal Memorial Chess  NDTV1 month ago
Breitbart.com

Carlsen ties Karyakin in dramatic World Chess Championship

The Norwegian reigning world chess champion Magnus Carlsen beat his Russian rival, the prodigy Sergei Karyakin, in game 10 of the World Chess Championship in New York to tie the tournament, one of the most dramatic battles for the crown in decades. ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago Carlsen, Karjakin tie in dramatic World Chess Championship  The Malaysian Times1 week ago Magnus Carlsen defeats Sergey Karjakin to retain World Chess Championship as it happened  The Guardian2 days ago
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