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by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 14th Nov 2014

Playing in the new role of a challenger, five times world champion Viswanathan Anand is sitting pretty ahead of the fifth game of the World Chess Championship against Magnus Carlsen.

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 12th Nov 2014

Viswanathan Anand stomed back into the title race with a decisive, crushing win over titleholder Magnus Carlsen, just two days after the latter had grabbed the lead in the World Chess Championship in Sochi, Russia.

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 10th Nov 2014
Carlsen also wants to try out other sports. “For me, it’s about playing as long as I’m motivated, as long as it’s fun, as long as it’s interesting. And as long as that happens, I’m going to continue playing. Whether that’s till I’m 30, till I’m 40,

Defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway drew first blood yesterday defeating challenger Viswanathan Anand in the second game of the World Chess Championship.

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 07th Nov 2014

With favourable results under his belt this year, five-time World Champion Vishwanathan Anand is approaching the forthcoming World Chess Championship at Sochi with a quiet confidence and a positive frame of mind but termed his opponent Magnus Carlsen as "tenacious".

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 09th Sep 2014

The wait is finally over. World No 1 and defending champion Magnus Carlsen has agreed to play the World Championship rematch against Viswanathan Anand in November.

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 12th Jun 2014

The host city of the Winter Olympics - Sochi - will host the much awaited World Chess Championship match between defending champion Magnus Carlsen and challenger Viswanathan Anand in November.

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 18th Mar 2014

English Grand Master Nigel Short Monday felt that Viswanathan Anand, who lost the world championship title last year, would not be able to recapture the honours as top class chess was a "young man`s game".

by AFP | Others | 23rd Nov 2013

Magnus Carlsen became the youngest-ever World Chess Champion on Friday after Viswanathan Anand settled for a draw in the tenth game of the 12-game title bout, giving the Norwegian a 6.5-3.5 victory.

by Khelnama News Desk | Others | 22nd Nov 2013
Carlsen also wants to try out other sports. “For me, it’s about playing as long as I’m motivated, as long as it’s fun, as long as it’s interesting. And as long as that happens, I’m going to continue playing. Whether that’s till I’m 30, till I’m 40,

Live game 10 of the World Chess championship between Viswanathan Anand and Magnus Carlsen

by P.L. Aravind | Others | 22nd Nov 2013
According to Business Standard, he is a “22-year-old dropout who lives in the basement of his parents’ house and spends his time teasing his three sisters. His Facebook profile is studded with umpteen pictures of pickup beach volleyball and soccer

At 22 very rarely one is on the verge of becoming a great player. Up against a wily Viswanathan Anand, Magnus Carlsen is already on the verge of becoming one and is very likely to become the face and the man to beat in chess for a long time to come.

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