4-game rapid match Game 1 Karjakin v Carlsen 1/2 37 moves Ruy Lopez 6.d3 Game 2 Carlsen v Karjakin 1/2 84 moves Italian Game Game 3 Karjakin v Carlsen 0-1 38 moves Ruy Lopez 6.d3 Game 4 Carlsen v Karjakin 1-0 50 moves Sicilian Maroczy Bind ... Business World, 1 day ago
Carlsen, Karjakin head for shootout - Times of India, 1 week ago
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New York Times New York Magnus Carlsen of Norway bested his Russian opponent, Sergey Karjakin, on Wednesday at the World Chess Championship, which was held in Lower Manhattan. It took nearly three weeks, 12 closely fought games and a day of ...Qatar Tribune, 4 days ago Magnus Carlsen defeats Sergey Karjakin to retain World Chess Championship as it happened The Guardian, 6 days ago Carlsen & Karjakin head for tie-breaker News Today, 1 week ago Magnus Carlsen draws with Sergey Karajkin, World Championship heads to tie-break Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
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NEW YORK: Magnus Carlsen showed on Wednesday why he is regarded as the best chess player in the world by a considerable distance. The Norwegian retained his World title beating Sergey Karjakin of Russia, with a queen sacrifice, in the fourth game ...The Hindu, 6 days ago
As well as providing an amusing, self-deprecating account of his own chess odyssey, a journalist explores the history and cultural significance of the game The Rookie: An Odyssey through Chess (and Life) By Stephen Moss, Wisden, 416 pages, $28 ...Gulf News, 5 days ago The Rookie by Stephen Moss review Gulf News, 6 days ago The Rookie by Stephen Moss review an enjoyable celebration of chess The Guardian, 1 month ago
A checkmate in 31 moves missed via historic stalemate. A clinical pressing win and then, a beautiful, forced checkmating sequence. Magnus Carlsen went through huge ups and down psychologically before winning the fourgame rapid tiebreak 3-1, and ...Times of India, 5 days ago
It took nearly three weeks, 12 closely fought games and a day of high-speed tiebreakers to decide the World Chess Championship, but at the end of play Wednesday, victory went to birthday boy Magnus Carlsen, the Norwegian Grandmaster, leaving Sergey Karjakin ...Deccan Herald, 5 days ago World Chess Championship for the ages decided by high-speed tiebreakers Sydney Morning Herald, 5 days ago Chess championship for the ages decided at high-speed Melbourne Age, 5 days ago
Final Standings (12-game match) Magnus Carlsen -- Sergey Karjakin, match tied 6.0-6.0 Time Control: 100 minutes for the first 40 moves, 50 minutes for the next 20 moves and then 15 minutes for the rest of the game plus an additional 30 seconds per ...Business World, 6 days ago Carlsen, Karjakin tied ahead of final world chess title match PanARMENIAN Network, 1 week ago Carlsen, Karjakin tied as world chess title match heads for last-game showdown Washington Times, 1 week ago Magnus Carlsen against Sergey Karjakin looks set for speed tie-breaks The Guardian, 1 week ago
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