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Magnus Carlsen versus Viswanathan Anand, the sequel, gets no bids for hosting rights

The Norwegian federation cited the lack of funds to organise the match this time around.

Viswanathan Anand - Falling into the trap

In games 5 & 6,Anand missed chances to steer play away from the endgame,Carlsen relishes.

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Is a win for Magnus Carlsen a win for chess?

Kasparov's assertion reflects view of wider chess world that Norwegian’s marketability will help sport.

FIDE Rating Chess tournament from September 21

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‘Carlsen may pull out if forced to play in Chennai’

Former FIDE World Champion Rustam Kasimdzhanov,who has also worked with Viswanathan Anand as one of his seconds (who offer their expertise in preparation for tournaments)

City to host inaugural chess league

After having hosted franchise-based tournaments in cricket,badminton and tennis,the city is all set to host the inaugural edition of the Maharashtra Chess League.

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A challenging contest,finally

The Candidates event to determine Anand's challenger for the world title gets underway in London on Friday,making a return to the tournament format after more than half a century

India sits on offer,may miss hosting Anand in world chess final

FIDE gave India 3 months to bid as it lost this year,no action taken as time runs out

Anand wins easy,takes early lead

World champion Viswanathan Anand defeated former FIDE world champion Ruslan Ponomariov of the Ukraine in his opening round of the group A competition of the 73rd Tata Steel chess tournament.

Fighting Anand wins Game 2 to draw level

Fighting fatigue and the overnight deficit,Viswanathan Anand was in vintage form as he levelled the FIDE World Chess Championship match against Bulgarian Veselin Topalov on Sunday.

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