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Magnus Carlsen has stormed back at the World Chess Championship

Business Insider Saturday, 26 November 2016
Magnus Carlsen has stormed back at the World Chess ChampionshipNEW YORK — The 2016 World Chess Championship between title-holder Magnus Carlsen of Norway and Sergey Karjakin of Russia was shaping up to be a tense festival of long games that ended up as draws — until last week, when in Game 8 Carlsen overpressed with the white pieces and went down to defeat.

In Game 9, Carlsen needed a...
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News video: Chess is making a comeback in Russia

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The World Chess Championships is ongoing in New York with Russia's Sergey Kar-yakin is taking on defending champion Magnus Carlsen.

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