Norway’s grandmaster Magnus Carlsen© AFP
Norwegian grandmaster Magnus Carlsen retained his world chess title on Friday as he recorded a fourth win over Russian challenger Ian Nepomniachtchi. Carlsen sealed victory by successful the eleventh sport of the 14-game sequence of their two-million-euro ($2.3 million) match in Dubai.
Nepomniachtchi resigned with a quick handshake and the 2 gamers exchanged just a few phrases.
Carlsen, 31, has now received 5 world titles in a row, taking the primary in 2013.
The competition in Dubai began with 5 attracts earlier than the Norwegian received the longest sport ever performed at a world championships at practically eight hours to unlock the competition and put himself on the highway to victory.
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