Vladimir Kramnik: "It's ok to lose!"
Interviews 14 hours ago 1

Vladimir Kramnik: "It's ok to lose!"

In the run-up to the chess24 Legends of Chess, 14th World Chess Champion Vladimir Kramnik gave a Question and Answer session where he talked about his matches against Garry Kasparov, Vishy Anand and Peter Leko, his experience working with young Indian chess prodigies, how his style changed over the course of his career, and much more. It’s a must-watch, in case you missed it, and now we’ve added transcripts of some of the highlights from the over one-hour show.

  • Items per page:
  • Reports Oct 17, 2020 | 8:51 PM 5

    Norway Chess 10: Levon beats Magnus | Firouzja snatches 2nd

    Magnus Carlsen had already wrapped up victory in Altibox Norway Chess with a round to spare, but as in 2019 his mood was spoilt by a last round loss, this time in classical chess to Levon Aronian. “Mostly I felt pretty clueless t...

  • chess24 Oct 17, 2020 | 1:05 PM 2

    Chessable Qualifier - an important spot in the Champions Chess Tour

    This weekend seven grandmasters will battle it out on chess24 for a place in the Champions Chess Tour, the sequel to the Magnus Carlsen Chess Tour. The $1.5 million tour begins in November and will feature the world's top grandmaste...

  • Reports Oct 14, 2020 | 1:58 PM 7

    Norway Chess 8: Carlsen leads before Firouzja showdown

    Magnus Carlsen beat compatriot Aryan Tari in a model positional game to retake the lead in Altibox Norway Chess with two rounds to go. Alireza Firouzja now trails Magnus by a point before they meet in Round 9 after surviving a tr...

  • Reports Oct 13, 2020 | 12:47 PM 5

    Norway Chess 7: Carlsen & Firouzja find a way to win

    Magnus Carlsen came close to losing a classical game to Fabiano Caruana for the first time in five years, but what he admitted was “a bit of luck”, plus brilliant defence, saw the World Champion survive before going on to win in ...

  • Reports Oct 12, 2020 | 11:16 AM 11

    Norway Chess 6: Firouzja leads as Carlsen hits back

    17-year-old Alireza Firouzja has powered into the Altibox Norway Chess lead with four rounds to go after defeating Aryan Tari for a second day in a row. In second place is Magnus Carlsen, who got instant revenge for losing his str...

  • General Oct 11, 2020 | 4:06 PM 42

    Banned chess cheater makes comeback under alias

    Banned Latvian former grandmaster Igors Rausis made a comeback to chess on Saturday as he appeared in a tournament in Latvia. The 59-year-old was playing under an alias and the current situation with mask wearing made it easier to k...

  • Reports Oct 10, 2020 | 9:22 PM 11

    Norway Chess 5: Duda ends Carlsen’s 125-game unbeaten streak

    Poland’s Jan-Krzysztof Duda beat Magnus Carlsen in Round 5 of Norway Chess, becoming the first player to defeat the World Chess Champion in a classical game since Shakhriyar Mamedyarov shocked Magnus in Biel 2 years, 2 months and...

  • Reports Oct 10, 2020 | 12:07 PM 3

    Aronian wins cake competition as Carlsen apologises for blindfold simul performance

    We have become used to rest days during Altibox Norway Chess being something completely different. This year the six stars were invited to design their own chocolate cake. In addition, Magnus Carlsen played a 5-board blindfold simul...

  • Reports Oct 8, 2020 | 9:17 PM 23

    Norway Chess 4: Magnus the merciless beats Fabi

    Magnus Carlsen took the lead after four rounds of Altibox Norway Chess by beating Fabiano Caruana after the two players had drawn their previous 19 encounters. “Yeah, it’s a very good day!” said Magnus, who felt he had the best p...

  • Reports Oct 8, 2020 | 11:58 AM 2

    Norway Chess 3: Firouzja hits back to beat Caruana

    Alireza Firouzja bounced back from losing to Magnus Carlsen to beat world no. 2 Fabiano Caruana in another Armageddon, admitting that by the end he was “only looking at the clock”. Magnus meanwhile won his first game of classical...


Create your free account now to get started!

By clicking ‘Register’ you agree to our terms and conditions and confirm you have read our privacy policy, including the section on the use of cookies.

Lost your password? We'll send you a link to reset it!

After submitting this form you'll receive an email with the reset password link. If you still can't access your account please contact our customer service.

Which features would you like to enable?

We respect your privacy and data protection guidelines. Some components of our site require cookies or local storage that handles personal information.

Show Options

Hide Options