It is said that blitz (speed chess) is a game for the young. Magnus Carlsen and Sergey Karjakin proved that notion true by running ahead of the field by quite some distance. In the end it was the World Championship challenger Karjakin who won the ... Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
FIDE WORLD BLITZ CHAMPIONSHIP: CARLSEN, KARJAKIN DOMINATE THE OPENING DAY - Gulf Times, 2 weeks ago
World Rapid and Blitz Championship kicks off in Doha, Qatar - Panorama.am, 3 weeks ago
The Norwegian Magnus Carlsen and Russia's Sergey Karjakin have ended their 12th World Chess Championship game with a tense 10th draw. A rapid and blitz chess format tiebreaker will decide if Carlsen retains his title on Wednesday. The two appeared ...Russia Today, 1 month ago World Chess Championship: Carlsen, Karjakin head to tiebreaker PanARMENIAN Network, 1 month ago Carlsen, Karjakin tied ahead of final world chess title match PanARMENIAN Network, 1 month ago TWO-TIME world chess champion Magnus Carlsen defeated Russian challenger Sergey Karjakin after three weeks of gruelling play in the World Chess Championship. FoxSports.com.au, 1 month ago
MUMBAI, Jan. 1 -- Having lost to him in the Classical Chess World Championship match last month, Sergey Karjakin of Russia upstaged Norway's Magnus Carlsen on better tiebreak to win the World Blitz Chess Championship title in Doha, Qatar, on Friday.HT Syndication, 2 weeks ago Sergey Karjakin upstages Magnus Carlsen to win Blitz crown; Anand finishes 10th Hindustan Times, 2 weeks ago
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 Herald, 1 month ago Cheque. Mate. Chess world champion wins $1m Northern Territory News, 1 month ago Magnus Carlsen beats Sergey Karjakin in tiebreaker to win 3rd World Championship Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Chess: Carlsen crushes Karjakin 3-1 in Rapid tiebreak to retain World title The Sports Campus, 1 month ago
Norwegian world chess champion Magnus Carlsen and Russian challenger Sergey Karjakin will take their chances in a one-day playoff for all the marbles after Monday's 12th and final game of their championship match left the two players knotted at six ...Washington Times, 1 month ago Carlsen, Karjakin draw 11th game of World Chess Yahoo! India, 1 month ago World C'ship: Carlsen, Karjakin draw 11th game Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago
Magnus Carlsen is the face of dominance in world chess. He is the reigning world champion and he is the world number one. He has an ELO rating of 2853 in classic, 2894 in rapid and 2873 in blitz. He has brushed aside legends like Viswanathan Anand ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Magnus Carlsen triumphs over Sergey Karjakin in World Chess Championships 2016 International Business Times UK, 1 month ago Magnus Carlsen ties Sergey Karjakin in world chess match playoff Washington Times, 2 months ago
In the chess world championship that ended Wednesday, President Vladimir Putin rooted for Sergey Karjakin, the Crimea-born grandmaster who took Russian citizenship five years before Russia annexed the Ukrainian peninsula. Putin's annual state of the ...Bloomberg View, 1 month ago
Was it a match between two supercomputers? The way Magnus Carlsen and Sergey Karjakin played their World Chess Championship matches in New York is a pointer that the computer era chess is well and truly upon us. Though Norway's Carlsen disputes ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
R eigning World Champion Magnus Carlsen and Russia's Sergey Karjakin will square off in t iebreakers, 25-minute "rapid" games, starting at 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday. There will be four of those. If there's still no winner, the 2016 World Chess ...Business Insider, 1 month ago
Chess World Championship: Magnus Carlsen given a run for his money; can Sergey Karjakin have last laugh?
Carlsen has a clear edge because he not only has the momentum, and having the right to make the first move is always an advantage. The post Chess World Championship: Magnus Carlsen given a run for his money; can Sergey Karjakin have last laugh? appeared first ...First Post.com, 1 month ago
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