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Ajedrez: Carlsen wins Titled Tuesday while Alireza Firouzja is erratic

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Magnus Carlsen has not competed on chess.com for more than a year, since the website is in direct competition with chess24.com, which is owned by the Play Magnus Group. So it was a shock when the world champion appear...

Ajedrez: Poland’s Duda wins in Oslo while tired Carlsen fades at the finish

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An overambitious schedule, a heavy cold and mental fatigue finally caught up with Magnus Carlsen at the Oslo Esports Cup this week. The world champion had won the previous two legs of the online Meltwater Champions To...

Ajedrez: Wesley So wins in Berlin but laments failure to qualify for Candidates

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Wesley So won the low-key final leg of the Fide Grand Prix in Berlin on Monday, but the US world No 7 missed out on what mattered to him most, qualification for June’s world title Candidates in Madrid. So and Hikaru N...

Ajedrez: trabajadores y se comprometió a obligar a la empresa a dar marcha atrás y pagar a su tripulación el salario mínimo.

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trabajadores y se comprometió a obligar a la empresa a dar marcha atrás y pagar a su tripulación el salario mínimo. 3 Ding Liren podría hacer una oferta tardía improbable por un lugar en el torneo de Candidatos que decidirá el próximo retador de Magnus Carlsen. Ding Liren podría hacer una oferta tardía improbable por un lugar en el torneo de Candidatos que decidirá el próximo retador de Magnus Carlsen.

Ai Weiwei on the new Silk Road: ‘This is China’s counterattack in a global game of chess’

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The landscapes in Davide Monteleone’s images of China’s belt and road initiative are very familiar to me. We can see desert, uninhabited wasteland and views along the Yangtze River and in north-west China. There are a...

Ajedrez: Bobby Fischer v Boris Spassky 1972 remembered at Reykjavik Open

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Half a century on from 1972, the Bobby Fischer v Boris Spassky series in Reykjavik remains the most famous of all world championship matches. It triggered a global chess boom, not least in Britain where for a brief pe...

What links chess, water and dead? El cuestionario del sábado

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1 Whose murder in 1610 was the first to be called an assassination?2 Who wrote Twilight fan fiction under the name Snowqueens Icedragon?3 Which US decision-making body has 538 miembros?4 What is Britain’s most colourfu...

Ajedrez: Carlsen overcomes Covid as Russia’s No 1 shares anti-war message

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Magnus Carlsen has had a rough week at the $150,000 online Airthings Masters, but the world champion still overcame the effects of Covid to reach the two-day final, starting at 5pm on Friday. Free to view live comment...

Hikaru Nakamura wins in Berlin as popular chess streamer leads Grand Prix

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Hikaru Nakamura defeated Levon Aronian 3-1 in the all-American Fide Grand Prix first leg final at Berlin on Thursday as the five-time US champion, who has become a Twitch stremer with more than a million followers, mierd...

Ajedrez: Carlsen loses hard-won rating points in a single Oslo club match

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Magnus Carlsen’s vintage performance at Wijk aan Zee gained the world champion three rating points in his quest for a world record 2900. A week later the Norwegian, 31, gave them all back with interest on a Saturday n...

Ajedrez: Carlsen a class apart as world No 1 dominates at ‘chess Wimbledon’

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Magnus Carlsen was a class apart from his rivals last week at Tata Steel Wijk aan Zee, the “chess Wimbledon”. El no 1 capped a dominant performance with a virtuoso final game against an old rival, an unbeaten 9.5/13 ...

First female chess grandmaster sues Netflix over false claim in Queen’s Gambit

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Netflix will face a $5m defamation lawsuit by a Georgian chess master who alleges she was defamed in the hit series The Queen’s Gambit, after a judge refused to toss the suit on Thursday. Nona Gaprindashvili, the firs...

Ajedrez: Carlsen leads amid controversy before the final weekend at Wijk

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Magnus Carlsen leads his nearest rival, Anish Giri, by half a point going into the weekend’s final three rounds of the “chess Wimbledon” at Tata Steel Wijk aan Zee, but the world champion’s declared target of an all-t...

Ajedrez: Carlsen’s record hunt starts badly while bizarre opening shocks pundits

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Magnus Carlsen announced recently that his main chess target this year will be a fresh attempt to reach an all-time record rating of 2900, a level which narrowly eluded the world champion in 2014 y 2019. The 31-year...

Ajedrez: Howell wins Titled Tuesday as mobile phone saves Short from teenager

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David Howell scored a rare English victory in high-class international competition this week when the three-time British champion won chess.com’s weekly Titled Tuesday. The 31-year-old had just returned from Warsaw, w ...

Ajedrez: 17-Un año sorprende a Carlsen y se convierte en el ganador de un rápido mundial más joven

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Un poco conocido joven de 17 años de Uzbekistán hizo un barrido limpio de Magnus Carlsen y la élite mundial del ajedrez el martes., incidentalmente estableciendo un nuevo récord mundial. Nodirbek Abdusattorov ganó el campeonato mundial de rápidos..

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