Norway’s Magnus Carlsen has retained the World Chess Championship, dominating American challenger Fabiano Caruana in a quick-fire tie-breaker in London.
Norwegian Magnus Carlsen has won the World Chess Championship for the fourth straight time, dominating American challenger Fabiano Caruana in a tie-breaker in London.
Two chess grandmasters will lock horns in a tie-breaker to decide the World Chess Championship in London after a record-breaking streak of 12 straight draws.
The world’s two best chess players have arrived in London for a highly anticipated head-to-head battle that is expected to see fans of the game flocking to the city.
Some of the country's best chess players will descend on the City of Discovery this weekend for the return of the Dundee Chess Congress.
Liverpool’s ‘Grandmaster’ Trent Alexander-Arnold met his match against world chess champion Magnus Carlsen on Monday.
Computer programmers are being offered a $1 million prize for inventing a system to crack a simple chess puzzle.
Ten chess grandmasters will visit Dundee next month to take part in a prestigious tournament with a global audience.