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  • 2021 World Chess Championship: Game #4

    2021 World Chess ChampionshipDubai, UAE (November 24th-December 16th) Game 4 Match Score: 2-2 Official Site: https://fideworldchampionship.com/ 2021 World Chess Championship: Game 4 Tuesday, 30 November 2021 Another draw, but tense moments in tough struggleDraw streak continues! Happy, happy, birthday, @MagnusCarlsen!?Team Norway Chess wishes you a wonderful day! ?? #magnuscarlsen #chess…

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  • 2021 World Chess Championship: Game #3

    2021 World Chess ChampionshipDubai, UAE (November 24th-December 16th) Game 3 Match Score: 1½-1½ Official Site: https://fideworldchampionship.com/ 2021 World Chess Championship: Game 3 Sunday, 28 November 2021 “Perfect Game”… but for both players.Draw streak continues! Magnus CarlsenPhoto Eric Rosen/FIDE The press conference of the World Chess Championships addressed a comment about…

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  • 2021 World Chess Championship: Game #2

    2021 World Chess ChampionshipDubai, UAE (November 24th-December 16th) Game 2 Match Score: 1-1 Official Site: https://fideworldchampionship.com/ 2021 World Chess Championship: Game 2 Saturday, 27 November 2021 Game almost a Knightmare… but another draw! The 2021 World Chess Championship match has gotten off to an exciting start with neither player “feeling…

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  • 2021 World Chess Championship: Game #1

    2021 World Chess ChampionshipDubai, UAE (November 24th-December 16th) Game 1 Match Score: ½-½ Official Site: https://fideworldchampionship.com/ 2021 World Chess Championship: Game 1 Friday, 26 November 2021 Intense beginnings, but Carlsen holds The first game of the 2021 World Chess Championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Ian Nepomniachtchi began with much…

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  • 2021 World Chess Championship (Carlsen vs. Nepomniachtchi)

    2021 World Chess ChampionshipDubai, UAE (November 24th-December 16th)   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 pts. Carlsen ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 1 ½ 1 – – – 7½ Caruana ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 0 ½ 0 0…

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  • World Championship 2021 kicks off in a few days!

    For three years, the chess world has anticipated the next competitor for World Champion Magnus Carlsen. The time has come and on November 26th the champion will take on challenger Ian Nepomniachtchi of Russia for all the glory. The closing of the 14-game match will be December 16th (including tiebreaks).…

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  • Caribbean vs. Chicago is a massive hit!

    A wonderful development has resulted during the past few years and spearheaded by the Chicago Chess Blitzers (CCB). It started with traveling matches (Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis, New York) and when the distance was an issue, online cage matches were arranged. After the National Blitz League was launched in 2017…

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  • Ju Wenjun beats Goryachkina… retains world crown!

    2020 Women’s World Chess ChampionshipJanuary 3rd-11th, 2020 (Shanghai, China & Vladivostok, Russia)   Flag 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 pts. Ju Wenjun ½ ½ ½ 1 0 ½ ½ 0 1 1 ½ 0 6 Goryachkina ½ ½ ½ 0 1 ½ ½…

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  • Aleksandra Goryachkina wins on demand against Ju Wenjun, forcing the rapid tiebreaks

    2020 Women’s Chess Championship: Game #12

    Goryachkina 1-0 Ju20th January 2020 What a game! Aleksandra Goryachkina wins on demand against Ju Wenjun, forcing the #WomenChessMatch to rapid tiebreaks tomorrow!https://t.co/EBqfiYs8ZK pic.twitter.com/k5OsicVZWI — US Chess (@USChess) January 23, 2020 In a thrilling comeback, Aleksandra Goryachkina equalizes the match with in the 12th game. After playing 1.d4, Ju Wenjun…

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  • 2020 Women’s Chess Championship: Game #11

    Ju ½-½ Goryachkina22nd January 2020 Ju Wenjun got nothing with the white pieces and is having problem getting the type of positions she wants. One of her wins came when Aleksandra Goryachkina overpressed, but in many of the games, Ju has not shown many ideas. Ju had won two games…

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