Norway’s Magnus Carlsen and the United States' Fabiano Caruana recorded a 10th consecutive draw in the men’s World Chess Championship final today, with the score now standing at 5-5.
Norway’s Magnus Carlsen missed the chance to establish an advantage in the men’s World Chess Championship final as he and the United States’ Fabiano Caruana drew a ninth-straight game in London today.
The World Chess Championship remains deadlocked at 4-4 after defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway and US challenger Fabiano Caruana produced their eighth consecutive draw at the match venue in central London.
Defending champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Fabiano Caruana began the second half of their 12-game World Chess Championship match in central London in familiar fashion today as they produced their seventh consecutive draw.
Defending champion Magnus Carlsen and United States challenger Fabiano Caruana remain locked on 2½ points each after a fifth consecutive draw in their World Chess Championship match in London today.
A fourth successive draw in the World Chess Championship in London between titleholder Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana was preceded by a curious incident when a clip of the American challenger's confidential preparation was uploaded to YouTube before being swiftly taken down.
Defending champion Magnus Carlsen and US challenger Fabiano Caruana produced a third successive draw in their world chess title challenge match in Central London today.
World chess champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway and US challenger Fabiano Caruana concluded a seven-hour, 115-move draw in the first of their 12 scheduled games in central London today.
Carlsen set to defend world chess title against Caruana as women's champion Ju's title defence proceeds smoothly
World chess champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway will start the defence of his title in London tomorrow against Fabiano Caruana of the United States.
Mike Rowbottom: As London awaits world chess title challenge the memories of Fischer and Spassky's Match of the Century still reverberate
Tomorrow, in central London, Norway's defending world chess champion Magnus Carlsen will start the defence of his title against US challenger Fabiano Caruana. The 12-game match will be played at The College, in Holborn, under the auspices of an international organisation with the most inapt of mottos, namely "Gens Una Sumus" - We Are One People.
Starting this Friday (November 9), Norway's 27-year-old chess player Magnus Carlsen, the world champion since 2013, will defend his title against Fabiano Caruana, who is a year his junior.
Eight of the world’s top players start the World Chess Federation (FIDE) Candidates Tournament 2018 in Berlin tomorrow seeking a €95,000 ($116,850/£84,658) top prize and the right to challenge Norway’s 27-year-old Magnus Carlsen for the world title.
Norway’s Magnus Carlsen and Georgia’s Nana Dzagnidze were victorious in the men’s and women’s sections, respectively, as action concluded at The King Salman World Blitz Chess Championship in Riyadh.
Karjakin avenges World Chess Championship final defeat to Carlsen with victory at World Blitz Championships
Russia’s Sergey Karjakin avenged his World Chess Championship final defeat to Magnus Carlsen by beating the Norwegian to top honours at the World Blitz Championships in Qatar’s capital Doha.
Vladimir Putin has tipped Russian chess player Sergey Karjakin for future success after he suffered an agonising defeat in an epic encounter with Norway's Magnus Carlsen in the World Championship final last month.