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Unstoppable Caruana

Standings after 4 rounds 1. Caruana, Fabiano g ITA 2801 4 2. Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime g FRA 2768 2 3. Nakamura, Hikaru g USA 2787 1½ 4. Carlsen, Magnus g NOR 2877 1½ 5. Aronian, Levon g ARM 2805 1½ 6. Topalov, Veselin g BUL 2772 1½ Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Caruana wins again, now at +4

In his first big tournament in the US in a long time, Fabiano is making a strong statement by going 4-0 to start the Sinquefield Cup 2014.Round 4 resultsCaruana, Fabiano vs Aronian, Levon [1-0]Carlsen, Magnus vs Topalov, Veselin [1/2-1/2]Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime vs Nakamura, Hikaru [1/2-1/2] Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Caruana vs Aronian, Carlsen vs Topalov in St Louis

Round 4 pairingsGM Maxime Vachier-Lagrave - GM Hikaru NakamuraGM Magnus Carlsen - GM Veselin TopalovGM Fabiano Caruana - GM Levon Aronian Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Caruana perfect after 3 rounds

Standings after 3 rounds1. Caruana, Fabiano g ITA 2801 - 3 pts2. Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime g FRA 2768 - 1½ 3. Aronian, Levon g ARM 2805 - 1½ 4. Nakamura, Hikaru g USA 2787 - 1 5. Carlsen, Magnus g NOR 2877 - 1 6. Topalov, Veselin g BUL 2772 - 1 Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

The World Championship Game

Carlsen caught up in chess politicsAugust 29, 2014A political drama continued to swirl around Norway’s international chess star, Magnus Carlsen, as he tried to concentrate at a tournament in Missouri. Some say the conflict over whether...Show More Summary

Could Magnus be stripped of his title?

World chess champion Magnus Carlsen could be stripped of titleNorwegian prodigy's dispute with governing body Fide over prize money for championship match lays bare fractures in world chess – and the strong influence Russia has on the...Show More Summary

Caruana wins again! Carlsen, Aronian, Nakamura all lost

Round 3 resultsCarlsen, Magnus vs Caruana, Fabiano [0-1]Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime vs Aronian, Levon [1-0]Topalov, Veselin vs Nakamura, Hikaru [1-0] Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

The big showdown: #1 Carlsen vs #2 Caruana

Round 3 pairingsGM Veselin Topalov - GM Hikaru NakamuraGM Maxime Vachier-Lagrave - GM Levon AronianGM Magnus Carlsen - GM Fabiano Caruana Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Caruana perfect after 2 at Sinquefield Cup

Standings after 2 rounds1. Caruana, Fabiano g ITA 2801 2 points2. Aronian, Levon g ARM 2805 1½ 3. Nakamura, Hikaru g USA 2787 1 4. Carlsen, Magnus g NOR 2877 15. Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime g FRA 2768 ½6. Topalov, Veselin g BUL 2772 0 Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Nakamura vs Carlsen at Sinquefield Cup

Round 2 pairingsGM Hikaru Nakamura - GM Magnus CarlsenGM Fabiano Caruana - GM Maxime Vachier-LagraveGM Levon Aronian - GM Veselin Topalov Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Another Split in World Chess?

This is what I like to see, a World Champion who’s prepared to throw his weight around.Magnus Carlsen is, for now, dragging his feet over the re-match against Anand that is slated for November. The Norwegian and his team have to date...Show More Summary

Fabiano takes early Sinquefield Cup lead, beats Topalov with black

Round 1 results Vachier-Lagrave, Maxime vs Carlsen, Magnus [1/2-1/2]Aronian, Levon vs Nakamura, Hikaru [1/2-1/2]Topalov, Veselin vs Caruana, Fabiano [0-1] Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Aronian v Nakamura, Topalov v Caruana, MVL v Carlsen in round 1

Round 1 pairings Levon Aronian - Hikaru NakamuraVeselin Topalov - Fabiano CaruanaMaxime Vachier-Lagrave - Magnus Carlsen Prediction? Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

Sochi showdown, or not?

Carlsen pressured to defend titleAugust 25, 2014 Russian officials are threatening to effectively strip chess world champion Magnus Carlsen of his title if he fails to defend it in Sochi in November. Carlsen, exhausted after this month’s...Show More Summary

Big challenge ahead for Magnus in St Louis

Sinquefield Cup an opportunity for Magnus Carlsen to emulate past greatsLeonard BardenThe Guardian, Friday 22 August 2014 14.41 EDTArguably the strongest tournament in the game’s history starts on Wednesday when the second Sinquefield Cup opens in St Louis. Show More Summary

Who will win Sinquefield Cup 2014?

Who will win Sinquefield Cup 2014? Magnus Carlsen Levon Aronian Fabiano Caruana Hikaru Nakamura Veselin Topalov Maxime Vachier-Lagrave Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar

How Norway Does Chess on TV

We know that chess has been really big on Norwegian TV and that is thanks, of course, to their favourite son, Magnus Carlsen. The just completed Olympiad, for example, as well as the World Championships match in Chennai months before that were both heavily covered. Show More Summary

Agdestein defends Carlsen from unfair criticism

Agdestein om Carlsen-kritikk: – Det er noe ordentlig tull!Magnus Carlsen (23) har måttet tåle en del kritikk etter at det ble klart at han gir seg i sjakk-OL. Lagkompis Simen Agdestein kommer nå med et brennende forsvar av Carlsen.–Show More Summary

The end of an era

Queen who exposed the arrogance of kingsOliver MoodyJudit Polgár has blood on her hands. The most successful woman in chess has beaten Garry Kasparov, Boris Spassky and even Magnus Carlsen, the present world champion and the game’s only bona fide celebrity.Now that juggernaut career is coming to a stop. Show More Summary

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