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    Magnus Carlsen Retains World Rapid Chess Champion's TitleTuesday, 13.10.2015 00:24

    Photo - World Chess by Agon Limited

    "I didn't blunder much and I usually took the opportunities when they were there"

    As the organisation of all world championships is under control of the single company Agon, so all titles remainunder one player's control - Magnus Carlsen. The difference is that he retains his titles by regularly competing inthose championships. Today he finished 11.5 out of 15 to retain his World Rapid Chess Champion's title.

    The final day of the competition Carlsen started with the victory over Belarusian GM Zhigalko. Then he defeatedhis nearest rival Ivanchuk to almost secure first place.

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  • In some 40 moves this equal rook endgame transformed into queen endgame in which White had an extra pawn,other ten moves and Black resigned.

    Here are the extracts from the press conference. Magnus Carlsen: "My play here was better [than in St. Louis -CN], nothing spectacular in most of my games here though. Most of my games were pretty even, but I didn'tblunder much and I usually took the opportunities when they were there, and I usually had more time, so... My formwas decent, but this was more the triumph of practical strength.

    [...] I should apologize to everybody who I have refused in autograph or picture, but I mean sometimes you need toconcentrate. But thank you all, the press and especially spectators. Thank you for coming, without you it isimpossible for us to play."

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    Yan Nepomniachtchi finished second, Teimour Radjabov took third. Leinier Dominguez was fourth. All threegathered 10.5 points, but this is how the tiebreak decided to place them according to the average rating of theirrivals except the lowest.

    Dmitry Bocharov who was 89th in the start list finished fourth with 10 points. The performance that added 97points to his rating (2577). Among his victims were Bartel, Dreev, Savchenko, Svidler, Gelfand, Tomashevsky.

    One of the outsiders is Alexander Morozevich, 23rd in the start list he finished 117th losing 78 Elo points. In thepenultimate round he was defeated by Kateryna Lagno who had a successful competition: 8 points, 67th placeand +11 Elo points.

    Relatively successful was Vladimir Kramnik's performance. He has been sensationally mentioned by MagnusCarlsen in the commentary to the Norwegian TV. According to Carlsen, he and Kramnik trained for the competitiontogether, "and that seems to have helped him [Kramnik - CN] too."

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