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Magnus Carlsen has stormed back at the World Chess Championship

Business Insider Bobby FischerBobby Fischer
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.

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News video: World Chess Championship Won By Magnus Carlsen

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In a soundproof glass box, Magnus Carlsen won the World Chess Championship on Wednesday evening. After his final move, viewers saw Carlsen give "an exuberant double-fist pump." This is Carlsen's third time winning the championship. It was a celebratory moment for the world champion player, who was...

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