Carlsen vs Svidler this Sunday on chess24
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Carlsen vs Svidler this Sunday on chess24

This Sunday we celebrate our 5th birthday, but it feels like only yesterday that we launched the website! To celebrate, we'll have several shows this weekend, the highlight of which is a match between our star co-worker, Peter Svidler, and World Champion Magnus Carlsen, at 18:00 CET on Sunday.




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  • Interviews Feb 9, 2019 | 6:49 AM 21

    Kramnik on retirement & life after chess

    Vladimir Kramnik spoke to Marina and Sergey Makarychev for over an hour on their Russian YouTube channel about his retirement from chess and plans for the future. He explained how he felt the moment had come to retire after the B...

  • chess24 Feb 8, 2019 | 8:38 AM 4

    72-hour Banterthon starts Sunday

    Loek van Wely, Laurent Fressinet, Jan Gustafsson and Jorden van Foreest will team up from Sunday onwards to stream 72 hours of non-stop blitz against chess24 Premium members. The action starts at noon local time in Hamburg, Germa...

  • Reports Feb 7, 2019 | 4:01 PM 3

    Cairns Cup 1: A fighting start

    There were wins for Alexandra Kosteniuk, Irina Krush, Valentina Gunina and Zhansaya Abdumalik as the first edition of the Cairns Cup got off to an entertaining start in Saint Louis. Only Harika Dronavalli and Marie Sebag drew the...

  • General Feb 6, 2019 | 3:30 PM 19

    Inaugural Cairns Cup starts in Saint Louis

    Former Women’s World Champion Alexandra Kosteniuk is the top seed for the Cairns Cup, a $150,000 all-women supertournament taking place in the Saint Louis Chess Club from February 6-16. The 10-player event will have live commenta...

  • General Feb 5, 2019 | 10:18 AM 16

    Grand Chess Tour grows to 4 continents, $1.75m

    The 5th edition of the Grand Chess Tour is expanding into Asia and Africa, with rapid and blitz events in India and Côte d'Ivoire, while there are also new European tournaments in Romania and Croatia. The latter is a boost for fa...

  • Reports Feb 1, 2019 | 10:12 AM 5

    Artemiev & Tan Zhongyi win Gibraltar Masters

    20-year-old Vladislav Artemiev beat Yu Yangyi with Black in the final round to complete a stunning triumph in the 2019 Gibraltar Masters. His 8.5/10, 2941 performance earned him £25,000 and 27.4 rating points as he soared to worl...

  • Reports Jan 31, 2019 | 1:18 AM 1

    Gib Masters 9: Artemiev leads as Lev & Naka fail

    Vladislav Artemiev beat David Navara to take the sole lead going into the final round of the 2019 Gibraltar Masters. We’re going to have a first time winner this year, with only three other players still in contention: Yu Yangyi,...

  • Reports Jan 30, 2019 | 10:46 AM 1

    Gibraltar Masters 4-8: Artemiev shines

    20-year-old Russian Vladislav Artemiev has been the star of the middle rounds of the Gibraltar Masters, inflicting Hikaru Nakamura’s first defeat in a decade on the rock and drawing against Levon Aronian and Maxime Vachier-Lagrav...

  • Reports Jan 28, 2019 | 9:07 AM 11

    Tata Steel 2019, 13: Carlsen’s Magnificent Seven

    Magnus Carlsen has won the top tournament in Wijk aan Zee for a record 7th time after drawing the final game against Anish Giri to finish on 9/13. He described his performance as “very professional” if not “sparkling”, but apart ...

  • Reports Jan 27, 2019 | 1:18 AM 3

    Tata Steel 2019, 12: A Carlsen-Giri showdown

    Magnus Carlsen ground out a 71-move, 6.5-hour win over Jan-Krzysztof Duda to take a half-point lead into the last round showdown with Anish Giri. It could have been a full point, but just when Giri was wondering what to say about...

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