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Magnus Carlsen
Sven Magnus Øen Carlsen (Norwegian: [svɛn ˈmɑŋnʉs øːn ˈkɑːɭsn̩]; born 30 November 1990) is a Norwegian chess grandmaster and the current World Chess Champion. His peak rating of 2882, achieved in 2014, is the highest in history.

World Chess Championship 2013
Carlsen faced Anand in the World Chess Championship 2013, at Hyatt Regency in Chennai, India, from 9 to 22 November. Carlsen won the match 6½–3½ by winning games five, six and nine and drawing the remainder. Thus, Carlsen became the new World Chess Champion. Though Carlsen was the challenger, and less experienced than Anand, he handled the pressure with ease. He drew first blood in game 5 by taking advantage of a small mistake made by Anand, and emerged victorious in games 6 and 9, making him the 16th undisputed World Chess Champion.

World Chess Championship 2014
Main article: World Chess Championship 2014
Carlsen faced Anand in a match for the title of World Chess Champion in 2014. Anand qualified by winning the 2014 Candidates Tournament. The rematch was held from 7 to 23 November in Sochi, Russia. After 11 of 12 games, Carlsen led 6½–4½, thereby defending his World Champion title.

World Chess Championship 2016
Carlsen faced Sergey Karjakin in the 2016 World Chess Championship in New York City. The 12-game standard match, held between 11 and 28 November, concluded with a 6–6 draw. The match began with seven consecutive draws. Karjakin won game 8 after Carlsen overpressed, but Carlsen equalised the match in game 10. Games 11 and 12 were both drawn. The tiebreaking games were held on 30 November, Carlsen’s 26th birthday. After drawing games 1 and 2, Carlsen won games 3 and 4 to record a 3–1 victory and retain his World Champion title.

World Chess Championship 2018
Carlsen faced Fabiano Caruana in the 2018 World Chess Championship in London. The 12-game match, organised by FIDE, was played between 9 and 28 November. All 12 classical time control games were drawn. Carlsen retained his title by defeating Caruana 3–0 in rapid tiebreak games. Carlsen cited the first rapid game, which was decided in a rook and pawn ending, as the breakthrough moment in the match.

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  3. At 7:00 they blundered doing any good commentary on all the moves after talking about so much when the players were doing nothing

  4. Wownthis guy from 2013
    Has grown a beard

  5. He rekt Caruana with two queens

  6. At 8:46 vishy congratulated carlsen on becoming a world champion, what a gentleman!

  7. Is this Ian commenting? Now he is playing Magnus for the title. Sad that he made even worse mistakes.

  8. This video should be called "Anand- Carlsen WCC moments, plus two other shorts"

  9. Add todays game to the mix,

    Magnus World Champ 2021!!

  10. Wah Tania in a saree. 😂 What.. good old days

  11. Who is here after Magnus won his 5th titles?

  12. I like how they said wild dramatic game…lol

  13. I think that's Ian nepomniatchi commentating on the second world championship

  14. All of these have such low energy compared to 2021

  15. Funny seeing those two becoming gradually more obnoxious over the years. Arguably two of the most annoying egotistical commentaters in chess.

  16. All those tears about his opponents losing… but if Magnus had lost, they'd have eaten him alive… Perhaps – double standards are normal when you dominate as much as Carlsen does

  17. It seems youtube itself is not satisfied from the last WCC match that they make this video as my first recommendation.

  18. 9 min for 2013 and then 6 min for 2014, 2016, 2018 hmmm….

  19. please update with 2019 fischer random vs wesley so and 2021 standard vs nepo!

  20. Who’s here cause Magnus Announced he’s not playing in the world championship.

  21. Who is here magnus deafeated by 17 year old boy

  22. Am I wrong or one of the commentators of the match 2014 is Nepo?

  23. Is that nepo commentating the second carlsen anand?

  24. Who is here after Ding won the world championship match?

  25. Who is here after Ding becomes champion

  26. Who are here after ding won 2023 world champion

  27. Lets not show Magnus win against Nepo. Its FSK18.

  28. And now, ladies and gentleman, Ding Liren is the new world champion! What a journey from Magnus

  29. Who is here after Ding Liren became the new world champion

  30. I can't believe that Tania was There When Magnus and Ding both became WORLD champions. 2 in a row How CRAZY is that? (2013 & 2023)😂

  31. Who is here after Ding became World champion

  32. Isnt't the WCC every two years? How was Magnus the champ in 2013 and 2014??

  33. I don't line trent, and yeah, he sort of messed up commentating the important last moves here..

  34. The game of 2014 is commented by Peter svidler and Nepo 😮

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