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Carlsen has successfully defended his title twice, against Anand in the World Chess Championship , and against Sergey Karjakin in the World Chess Championship Carlsen is due to next defend his title against Fabiano Caruana in November From on, the World Chess Federation FIDE held the championships. Between and there were two world champion titles, the FIDE one and the classical one. The World Championship match took place between Anand and Magnus Carlsen (challenger) in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu, where Anand grew up. 31 Mar - 23 min - Uploaded by ChessNetwork This is Caruana and Carlsen's first tournament encounter since in the World Chess.
The title of World Chess Champion is the embodiment of this notion. This page is both a brief history of the World Chess Championship and an index of all of the. 27 Mar Fabiano Caruana, the current world No. 3 and the top American chess grandmaster, won the right today to play for the game's most coveted prize. He'll face the reigning world champion, Magnus Carlsen of Norway, in a game, one-on-one match in London in November. It won't be easy. 29 Nov Magnus Carlsen will make his third defense of the world chess championship next year in London, which was officially named as the host city.
18 May The FIDE Women's World Chess Championship match between defending champion Tan Zhongyi and challenger Ju Wenjun took place 3rd to. 28 Mar Here's a forecast from a statistical model: World Championship forecast When Caruana joined the US chess federation, Magnus said, "So it's. 19 Dec Starting on November 11, , year-old Norwegian chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen will defend his two-time world champion streak at the. A:Nearly two years. She started consulting me at the end of Olympics and we conducted a formal cooperation before the last stage of Grand Prix at A complete history of the World Chess Championship. Crosstables, games, and anecdotes from interzonal tournaments, candidate matches, and title matches.