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2022 World Rapid and Blitz Chess Championship countdown and more details
FIDE’s $1 million World Chess Championship for Rapid and Blitz is coming soon. Find out more details and keep track with the countdown here.
Magnus Carlsen reacts to Messi and Ronaldo’s internet-breaking photo that portrays familiar chess position
“Second greatest rivalry of our time.” Magnus Carlsen reacts to the stunning photo of Messi and Ronaldo.
Magnus Carlsen accuses Niemann of cheating in official statement: “He has cheated more than he publicly admitted to.”
World champion, Magnus Carlsen finally confirms all insinuations with an official statement today. Will Hans Niemann respond?
Magnus Carlsen breaks silence: “Hans Niemann’s mentor Maxim Dlugy must be doing a great job.”
Magnus Carlsen finally attended an interview during the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour. He left most questions on the cheating controversy unanswered but he mentioned Niemann’s mentor, Maxim Dlugy. Could this mean anything?
Magnus Carlsen vs Hans Niemann first rematch since cheating controversy: Carlsen resigns after one move
Carlsen pairs with Niemann on the 2nd day of the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour – their first rematch after the cheating controversy. UPDATE: Carlsen drops a massive statement by resigning the game after one move.
Hans Niemann takes a stand, “I’m not going to let Carlsen, Nakamura, and Chess.com slander my reputation.”
Hans Niemann responds to all allegations that have sparked following Carlsen’s withdrawal. He named Carlsen, Nakamura, and Chess.com as those that have slandered his reputation.
Hikaru Nakamaru on Carlsen’s withdrawal: “He would never do this in a million years”, more GMs react
Top Grandmasters react to the Carlsen-Niemann issue from the Sinquefield Cup including Nakamura, Caruana, Aronian, and more.
Magnus Carlsen drops a cryptic message after losing undefeated streak to Hans Niemann
Magnus Carlsen just lost his first Classical game after a 53-game winstreak to 19-year-old prodigy, Hans Niemann. A day after, Carlsen withdrew and his cryptic tweet sparked a wave of controversy.
5-time Chess World Champion, Magnus Carlsen won’t defend his title, “I’m not motivated to play another match.”
The undisputed world number one, Magnus Carlsen will NOT defend his title in World Chess Championship 2023. Ding Liren, Ian Nepomniachtchi and Hikaru Nakamura react to the confirmation.