Carlsen, Magnus

Carlsen, Magnus Magnus Carlsen

Sven Magnus Øen Carlsen ist ein norwegischer Schachspieler und seit Schachweltmeister. Im Jahre errang Carlsen den Titel eines Großmeisters als damals zweitjüngster Spieler – im Alter von 13 Jahren, 4 Monaten und 27 Tagen. Sven Magnus Øen Carlsen (* November in Tønsberg) ist ein norwegischer Schachspieler und seit Schachweltmeister. Im Jahre errang. Deutschlands führende Nachrichtenseite. Alles Wichtige aus Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Technik und mehr. Schach lernte er von seinem Vater Henrik im Alter von fünf Jahren. Mit acht Jahren begann Magnus Carlsen mit dem Turnierschach. Als Carlsens großes Talent. Magnus Carlsen - Nacido en Noruega en , desde maestro de ajedrez, ganado contra Anand su primer título mundial.

Carlsen, Magnus

Sven Magnus Øen Carlsen (* November in Tønsberg) ist ein norwegischer Schachspieler und seit Schachweltmeister. Im Jahre errang. Magnus Carlsen - Nacido en Noruega en , desde maestro de ajedrez, ganado contra Anand su primer título mundial. Magnus Carlsen Invitational is a single round robin tournament held on 18th April to 3th May It is featuring the following players: Carlsen, Magnus.

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After his best start in a major tournament in recent years with two wins in the first two rounds, Carlsen gradually lost ground in the category 20 Biel with a string of draws, culminating in a loss in the penultimate round to Shakhriyar Mamedyarov which enabled the latter to win the event with a round to spare.

In March , Carlsen played for the second time in the Melody Amber blind and rapid chess tournament, which was held in Nice for the first time.

Carlsen achieved four wins, four draws and two losses in the Amber Tournament Blindfold , and three wins, two losses, and six draws in the Amber Tournament Blindfold , resulting in a shared second place in the overall tournament.

In the Chess Classic Mainz , Carlsen finished in second place after losing the final to defending champion Anand two losses, two draws. After a slow start in the Arctic Securities Chess Stars rapid tournament, he continued his success by defeating Anand in the two-game playoff for gold.

A phenomenal 9. In October , he successfully backed up to defend his title at the World Rapid Championship , scoring His unsuccessful attempt to defend his crown at the World Blitz Championship was a similarly tight affair, with Carlsen losing on countback to the World Championship Challenger Sergei Karjakin, both scoring At Leuven, Carlsen was third with 5.

Carlsen regained his blitz title at Riyadh in Saudi Arabia when he won the World Blitz Championship with a round to spare after the disappointment of losing the lead in the World Rapid Championship when he lost the last round.

The four game classical time limit match was tied Carlsen won the blitz portion of the match 3. Carlsen played in a curtain raiser to the Norwegian Championship, winning the Carlsen - Predojevic Rapid Match by 2.

His best result was in the Olympiad, where he scored 6 points from 8 games and came 5th for board one. In , he scored 7.

He again played board 1 for Norway at the European Team Championship , but returned a very poor result with 3. In and he played for Asker Norway on board 6 and board 1 after he had gained his FM title respectively, while his father Henrik was reserve on both occasions.

His total game result from these 4 seasons was Ratings and rankings : The highest official rating achieved by Carlsen to date was in May His highest live rating was Both are the highest ratings ever achieved for the slow version of the game.

By the end of the August rating period, Carlsen will have been world number one for a total of 97 months. He holds the record for the longest period as the world's top ranked Junior U20 - 36 months - from 1 January until 31 December He was also both world number one junior and world number one player for the first 10 months of Furthermore, he holds the record for the highest rating acquired by any player aged 13, and 17 through to 24 inclusive.

Other : Carlsen won the Chess Oscars for , , , and and he was also awarded Norway's annual Peer Gynt Prize for for being "a person or institution that has achieved distinction in society".

Carlsen helped Anand prepare for the World Chess Championships in and and At the Sohn Conference held in New York in May , Carlsen demonstrated his skill by playing three players in a blindfold clock simul.

Carlsen and each of the three players were given nine minutes. Carlsen won A video of the event can be seen at the link in footnote 4.

Everybody had 30 minutes on their clocks. Magnus won 11 to 0 Carlsen Play Live Simul Bobby could die happy knowing that practically every game was prearranged until at least move Comparing that to the environment Anand and Kramnik had for the best part of their prime career where chess community was devided between FIDE and whatever the other faction called themselves, while having separate World Championship Titles with different formats introduced to achieve their world championship, which were not considered appropriate universally.

As the article points out, Kramnik said he has lent Anand the crown but would accept that Anand as world champion only if he gets defeated by Anand in a match, which he gracefully did after the loss.

On the other hand, Topalov didn't take such remarks kindly and it boiled over during the world championship. Imagine similar conditions with this generation of players, when Carlsen send social media tweets on how Nakamura shouldn't broadcast games on his twitch channel after his company Chess24 gave go-ahead to Nakamura to do so exactly.

This generation of players would've made the situation ugly two decades ago for the chess public. There are still many players who keep their temperament and composure together, but Carlsen and now Giri are just acting like spoiled brats.

I don't get that! Carlsen makes loads of mistakes.. Says you with ya faithfull engine. As long as we know who he is, that's all that matters.

And a year after, he already won his school championship, and two following tournaments of "Petrograd Chess Assembly" targeted for older players.

It is difficult to compare modern prodigies to young players in the old days, and Botvinik started playing chess relatively late, but still I'd say that the above qualifies him as a child-prodigy or at least as an adolescent prodigy.

Indeed, the fact that Botvinnik turned out to be such a great chess player, despite his late start and despite the fact that he had a real job and wasn't really a professional chess player , is highly impressive.

But I was referring to the prodigy claim and not his general greatness.. If you asked the same people who Fischer was I suspect you would get the same answer.

That's a pub, not a race. Anyways, he remarked it was normal for a GM to learn how the pieces move at that age in his time.

So obviously Botvinnik belongs to an early era but still 12 must have been quite normal. I think they maybe meant not GM but for a WC to learn so late was unusual.

My guess is the first runing point that children could learn all this higher level stuff so young was probably the Polgar sisters.

You think that beating in a simul one of the greatest players ever in his prime, less than 2 years after learning to move the pieces, is something of the ordinary?

Your think that reaching Leningrad championship final, and becoming a successful member of their team, less than 3 years after learning the rules of the game is not impressive?

How would you estimate such a performance in today's standards? I'd estimate it as an rated player level of today.

You don't consider someone who reaches an rating level in less than 3 years as a prodigy? He was ridiculously strong at chess very early on.

Stupidly strong. I rate Botvinnik. I have a go at him coz of his Soviet School stuff and how Soviet chess ganged oooooop on young Bobby But Botvinnik was a natural genius.

Botvinnik was a natural. A Botvinnik v Fischer match was rumoured at one time in the 60's It would have been very close. Becoming a member is free , anonymous , and takes less than 1 minute!

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Carlsen first reached the top of the FIDE world rankings in , and trails only Garry Kasparov in time spent as the highest rated player in the world.

His peak classical rating of is the highest in history. He is considered to be one of the greatest players of all time. Shortly after turning 13, he finished first in the C group of the Corus chess tournament , and earned the grandmaster title a few months later.

At age 15, he won the Norwegian Chess Championship , and at 17, he finished joint first in the top group of Corus. He surpassed a rating of at age 18 and reached number one in the FIDE world rankings aged 19, becoming the youngest person ever to achieve those feats.

In the following year, he retained his title against Anand, and won both the World Rapid Championship and World Blitz Championship, thus becoming the first player to hold all three titles simultaneously; a feat he repeated in He defended his classical world title against Sergey Karjakin in , and against Fabiano Caruana in Known for his attacking style as a teenager, Carlsen has since developed into a universal player.

He uses a variety of openings to make it more difficult for opponents to prepare against him and reduce the effect of computer analysis.

He has stated the middlegame is his favourite part of the game as it "comes down to pure chess". They later moved to Haslum. His father, a keen amateur chess player, [6] taught him to play chess at the age of 5, although he initially showed little interest in the game.

Simen Agdestein emphasises Carlsen's exceptional memory, stating that he was able to recall the areas, population numbers, flags and capitals of all the countries in the world by the age of five.

Later, Carlsen had memorised the areas, population numbers, coat-of-arms and administrative centres of "virtually all" Norwegian municipalities.

Carlsen was coached at the Norwegian College of Elite Sport by the country's top player, Grandmaster GM Simen Agdestein , [3] who in turn cites Norwegian football manager Egil "Drillo" Olsen as a key inspiration for his coaching strategy.

Over the course of this year, Carlsen's rating rose from in June , to From autumn to the end of , Carlsen played almost rated tournament games, as well as several blitz tournaments, and participated in other minor events.

He was officially awarded the IM title on 20 August After finishing primary school, Carlsen took a year off to participate in international chess tournaments held in Europe during the autumn of , returning to complete secondary education at a sports school.

Carlsen made headlines after his victory in the C group at the Corus chess tournament in Wijk aan Zee. Particularly notable was his win over Sipke Ernst in the penultimate round, when Carlsen sacrificed material to give mate in just 29 moves.

The blitz tournament was a preliminary event leading up to a rapid knockout tournament beginning the next day.

In that event, Carlsen was paired with Garry Kasparov , then the top-rated player in the world. Carlsen achieved a draw in their first game but lost the second, and was thus knocked out of the tournament.

This achievement made him the world's youngest GM at the time, as well as the second-youngest GM in history at the time after Sergey Karjakin , who earned the title at the age of 12 years and 7 months.

A two-game match between them was arranged to decide the title. In the Norwegian Chess Championship, Carlsen again finished in shared first place, this time with his mentor Simen Agdestein.

A playoff between them was played between 7 and 10 November. This time, Carlsen had the better tiebreaks, but the rule giving the title to the player with better tiebreak scores in the event of a 1—1 draw had been revoked previously.

The match was closely fought—Agdestein won the first game, Carlsen the second—so the match went into a series of two-game rapid matches until there was a winner.

Carlsen won the first rapid game, Agdestein the second. Then followed three draws until Agdestein won the championship title with a victory in the sixth rapid game.

In the knockout tournament, he upset the 44th-ranked Zurab Azmaiparashvili in round one, and proceeded to defeat Farrukh Amonatov and Ivan Cheparinov to reach the round of Thus, Carlsen finished in tenth place and became the youngest player to be an official World Championship Candidate.

Carlsen qualified for a place in the Corus B group due to his first-place finish in Corus group C in At the international 'Bosna' tournament in Sarajevo , Carlsen shared first place with Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu who won on tiebreak evaluation and Vladimir Malakhov; this could be regarded as Carlsen's first "A" elite tournament win, although it was not a clear first.

It also prevented Carlsen from beating Agdestein's record as the youngest Norwegian champion ever. After two draws at standard time controls, Carlsen won both rapid games in round two, securing his first Norwegian championship win.

Carlsen won the Glitnir Blitz Tournament in Iceland. He finished ninth in a group of 18 participants in the associated blitz tournament, which was won by Anand.

Carlsen played for the first time in the Melody Amber blind and rapid chess tournament in Monte Carlo in March. In the 11 rounds, he achieved eight draws and three losses in the blindfold games, as well as three wins, seven draws and one loss in the rapid games.

This resulted in a shared ninth place in the blindfold, shared second place in the rapid behind Anand , and a shared eighth place overall.

Eventually, Aronian eliminated Carlsen from the tournament after winning both tiebreak blitz games. His score was matched by Alexander Onischuk and they played a match to break the tie.

After drawing two rapid and two blitz games, Carlsen won the armageddon game. In the first round, Carlsen conceded a draw to his classmate Brede Hagen rated [61] after having a lost position at one point.

Carlsen reached the semi-final round of the World Chess Cup in December, after defeating Michael Adams in the round of 16 and Ivan Cheparinov in the quarterfinals.

Carlsen won five games, lost two and drew six, sharing first place with Levon Aronian. In March, Carlsen played for the second time in the Melody Amber blind and rapid chess tournament, held in Nice for the first time.

In the 11 rounds he achieved four wins, four draws and two losses in the blindfold, and three wins, two losses, and six draws in the rapid. This resulted in a shared fifth place in the blindfold, shared third place in the rapid and a shared second place in the overall tournament.

In the first tournament, in Baku , Azerbaijan, he finished in a three-way tie for first place, with another PR. He later withdrew from the Grand Prix cycle despite his initial success, criticising FIDE for "changing the rules dramatically in the middle of a World Championship cycle".

Carlsen won a rapid match against Peter Leko held in Miskolc , Hungary, scoring 5—3. He lost to eventual winner Alexei Shirov in their final game, dropping him from first.

By rating performance, this was one of the greatest results in history, with a PR of His score of 28 wins, 6 draws and 8 losses left him three points ahead of Anand, who finished in second place.

In November , however, Carlsen announced he was withdrawing from the Candidates Tournament. Carlsen described the —12 cycle as "[not] sufficiently modern and fair", and wrote that "Reigning champion privileges, the long five-year span of the cycle, changes made during the cycle resulting in a new format Candidates that no World Champion has had to go through since Kasparov, puzzling ranking criteria as well as the shallow ceaseless match-after-match concept are all less than satisfactory in my opinion.

Responding to a question in an interview with Time magazine in December as to whether he used computers when studying chess, Carlsen explained that he does not use a chess set when studying on his own.

His ninth-round loss to Kramnik ended a streak of 36 rated games undefeated. In March it was announced that Carlsen had split from Kasparov and would no longer use him as a trainer, [92] although this was put into different context by Carlsen himself in an interview with the German magazine Der Spiegel , in which he stated that they would remain in contact and he would continue to attend training sessions with Kasparov.

Kasparov gave me a great deal of practical help. That was the most important thing. Carlsen shared first place alongside Ivanchuk in the Amber blindfold and rapid tournament.

Carlsen had also helped Anand prepare for the World Chess Championships in and Carlsen's next tournament was the Grand Slam Masters Final on 9—15 October, which he had qualified for automatically by winning three of the previous year's four Grand Slam chess events Nanjing Pearl Spring, Corus, Bazna Kings.

Along with Carlsen, the finals consisted of World Champion Anand and the highest two scorers from the preliminary stage held in Shanghai in September: Kramnik and Shirov.

In the first round, Carlsen lost with black to Kramnik; this was Carlsen's second consecutive loss to Kramnik, and placed his hold on the world No.

In his second round, Carlsen lost with the white pieces to Anand; this was his first loss as White since January These setbacks called into question from some whether Carlsen's activities outside chess, such as modelling for G-Star Raw , were distracting him from performing well at the chessboard.

With early wins over Bacrot, Wang Yue, and Topalov with white, Carlsen took the early lead, extending his winning streak with white in Nanjing to eight.

This streak was halted by a draw to Anand in round seven, but in the penultimate round Carlsen secured first place by defeating Topalov with black.

This was his second victory in the tournament over the former world No. On 5 November, Carlsen withdrew from the Candidates Tournament , having qualified as the highest rated challenger, citing dissatisfaction with the World Championship cycle format.

Carlsen had a rocky start, losing his games to McShane and Anand in rounds 1 and 3, but winning with white against Adams and Nakamura in rounds 2 and 4.

He joined the lead with a win over Howell in round 5, and managed to stay in the lead following a harrowing draw against Kramnik in round 6, before defeating Short in the last round.

Carlsen won his White games against Nakamura, Nisipeanu, and Ivanchuk and drew the rest of the games. Carlsen won the 44th Biel Grandmaster tournament , held from 16 to 29 July.

This was Carlsen's second title. Carlsen then won the blitz tiebreak against Ivanchuk. Another tournament victory was achieved in the Tal Memorial in Moscow 16—25 November as a round robin with ten players.

Carlsen won two games, against Gelfand and Nakamura, and drew the rest. Although he finished equal on points with Aronian, he placed ahead since the tiebreak was determined by the number of black games; Carlsen had five black games, while Aronian only had four.

In the London Chess Classic, played 3—12 December, Carlsen's streak of tournament victories ended when he finished third, behind Kramnik and Nakamura.

Carlsen won three games and drew five. Although he did not win the tournament, Carlsen gained rating points, rising to a new personal record of In the main event a category 22 ten-player round robin , he won two games and drew seven.

He finished in first place, ahead of Radjabov and Caruana. Carlsen then went on to finish second in the Biel Grandmaster Tournament, with 18 points, just one point behind Wang Hao using the 3—1—0 scoring system.

He also defeated the winner Wang in both of their individual games. Bacrot deprived Carlsen of a win in the classical tournament by holding him to a draw in the final round.

Carlsen won the tournament by winning both tiebreak games against Caruana. As part of it, Carlsen took on an online audience dubbed as "The World" with the white pieces and won.

Before this, Nielsen was on Viswanathan Anand's team. Carlsen played in the Candidates Tournament , which took place in London, from 15 March to 1 April.

As a result, he earned the right to challenge Anand for the World Championship. In May, Carlsen played in the first edition of Norway Chess tournament.

Carlsen played in the Tal Memorial from 12 to 23 June. Thus, Carlsen became the new World Chess Champion. 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.

He then drew against Karjakin, only to lose two games in a row for the first time in four years, losing to Caruana with black and then with white to Radjabov.

Each of the panel members proposed a move and the public could then vote over the proposed moves. Each panel member was allowed three chances to let chess engine Houdini propose a move during the game.

The game was drawn when Carlsen forced a perpetual check. From 2—13 June, Carlsen played in the second edition of Norway Chess, a ten-man round robin.

Carlsen placed second to Fabiano Caruana in the Sinquefield Cup , a six-player double round robin held from 27 August to 7 September. Billed as the strongest chess tournament ever held, the remaining 4 players in the event were Levon Aronian , Hikaru Nakamura , Veselin Topalov , and Maxime Vachier-Lagrave.

Carlsen lost to Caruana in round 3 and defeated Aronian and Nakamura in rounds 5 and 7, respectively.

Carlsen faced Anand in a match for the title of World Chess Champion in Anand qualified by winning the Candidates Tournament.

The rematch was held from 7 to 23 November in Sochi , Russia. However, a string of six wins in a row thrust Carlsen into clear first place.

Drawing the final four games was sufficient to win the tournament with 9 points out of 13, half a point ahead of Anish Giri, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, Wesley So and Ding Liren.

Carlsen had a poor result in the third edition of Norway Chess, held 15—26 June. In the first round he obtained a winning position against Topalov after pressing in a long endgame, only to lose on time when he mistakenly thought that he would receive 15 minutes of extra time at move He won against Grischuk in round 5, drew against Nakamura and Vachier-Lagrave in rounds 6 and 7, and defeated Aronian in round 8, but he lost the last round against Jon Ludvig Hammer, leaving him in seventh place and with a performance rating of However, he finished the tournament strongly, scoring victories against Peter Leko and Radoslaw Wojtaszek , the latter of whom he had lost to earlier in the year, but his performance was not enough to earn his team a medal, and he lost 16 rating points during the event.

In the 3-way tiebreak, Carlsen was the top seed, meaning he faced the winner of the first tie-break match between Giri and Vachier-Lagrave.

Carlsen eventually won the tournament by defeating Vachier-Lagrave, which meant he also won the overall Grand Chess Tour. This was Carlsen's first Norway Chess victory.

His only loss was to Hikaru Nakamura , who had never beaten Carlsen in classical chess before. Also during this tournament, Carlsen recorded his first victory over Anish Giri in a classical game.

Carlsen played ten games for Norway in the 42nd Chess Olympiad , scoring five wins and five draws, as the Norwegians placed 5th among the teams in the open event.

Carlsen also featured in Chess. Magnus defeated Tigran L. Petrosian 21 to 4 in the first round, and beat Alexander Grischuk 16 to 8 in the semi-final.

On 27 October, he faced Nakamura in the final. The 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 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.

He started well, scoring 2 wins and 4 draws in his first 6 games, but missed mate-in-3 versus Giri in round 7, which Giri described as "the most embarrassing moment" of Carlsen's career.

Carlsen participated in the fifth edition of Norway Chess from 6 to 16 June. He performed poorly and had a performance rating of , his lowest since , at the European Team Chess Championship.

Carlsen then defeated Vachier-Lagrave in the playoff to win the tournament. In September, he took part in the Chess World Cup His participation in the event as World Champion was unusual as the World Cup is part of the cycle to challenge the World Champion in This was Carlsen's first classical tournament victory in days.

Carlsen's placing awarded him 7 additional points in the Grand Chess Tour standings, which was enough to crown him the Grand Chess Tour champion.

From October to January , Carlsen played in the second edition of Chess. On 3 January he defeated Nakamura 18—9 in the final, thus winning the tournament for a second time in a row.

He defeated Caruana and Aronian in rounds 1 and 3, respectively, but lost to So in round 6. Carlsen participated in the 51st Biel Grandmaster tournament , held from 23 July to 1 August.

He lost three of his first eight games—including both of the first two—to significantly lower-rated opponents in the rapid event.

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 as "critical", and said he felt "very calm" after winning it.

Carlsen participated in the sixth edition of Shamkir Chess, held from 31 March to 9 April. Carlsen said at the event's closing ceremony that it was "one of the best tournaments I've ever played, both in terms of performance and also the quality of the games.

The four-man rapid tournament was a double round-robin. In addition to Carlsen, Anand, Ding, and Karjakin participated.

In June, he won the seventh edition of Norway Chess. My confidence is long gone At this point I just don't care anymore and I'm just waiting for the classical to start.

He thus extended his unbeaten streak in classical chess to games , surpassing Ding's record of games. Carlsen has recorded 33 wins and 68 draws throughout the streak.

He was automatically seeded to the semifinal round, as the unofficial Fischer Random Chess champion. He won after defeating Hikaru Nakamura in a tiebreak match, drawing the first game with black and winning the second game with the white pieces.

The first phase consisted of a single round-robin, after which the top four players would advance to the playoffs. Carlsen won the Chess Oscars for , , , and The Chess Oscar, organised by the Russian chess magazine 64 , was awarded to the year's best player according to a worldwide poll of leading chess critics, writers, and journalists, but it was no longer awarded after , as 64 ceased publication.

In , he was awarded the Peer Gynt Prize , a Norwegian prize awarded annually to "a person or institution that has achieved distinction in society".

In , Time magazine named Carlsen one of the most influential people in the world. On 5 September , after winning in round 4 of the Bilbao Masters , Carlsen, aged 17 years and days old, briefly became No.

Carlsen had an aggressive style of play as a youth, [] [] and, according to Simen Agdestein, his play was characterised by "a fearless readiness to offer material for activity".

When he started playing in top tournaments, he had trouble getting much out of the opening. To progress, Carlsen's style became more universal, capable of handling all sorts of positions well.

He opens with both 1. Nf3 , thus making it harder for opponents to prepare against him and reducing the effect of computer analysis. Magnus tries to put the accent only on play, getting away from preparation, but for me preparation plays an enormous role.

Jan Timman , []. He gets his positions [and] then never lets go of that bulldog bite. Exhausting for opponents. Anand said of Carlsen in "Magnus has an incredible innate sense.

The majority of ideas occur to him absolutely naturally. He's also very flexible, he knows all the structures and he can play almost any position.

He grew up when I was in power, and perhaps he studied my games. He can convert a minimal advantage into a real one. In a interview, Vladimir Kramnik stated that Carlsen's "excellent physical shape" was a contributing factor to his success against other top players as it prevents "psychological lapses", which enables him to maintain a high standard of play over long games and at the end of tournaments, when the energy levels of others have dropped.

Carlsen has the highest nettlesomeness score by this metric, because his creative moves pressure the other player and open up a lot of room for mistakes.

In contrast, a player such as Kramnik plays a high percentage of very accurate moves, and of course he is very strong, but those moves are in some way calmer and they are less likely to induce mistakes in response.

He plays on for ever, calmly, methodically and, perhaps most importantly of all, without fear: calculating superbly, with very few outright mistakes and a good proportion of the "very best" moves.

This makes him a monster and makes many opponents wilt. An artificial intelligence approach, designed by Jean-Marc Alliot of the Institut de recherche en informatique de Toulouse "Toulouse Computer Science Research Institute" , which compares chess grandmaster moves against that of Stockfish —a chess engine that outperforms all human opponents—rated Carlsen as the best player of all time as he had the highest probability among all World Chess Champions to play the moves which Stockfish suggested.

The campaign was shot by Dutch film director and photographer Anton Corbijn. Carlsen, playing white, won in 43 moves. Film director J. Abrams offered Carlsen a role in the movie Star Trek Into Darkness as "a chess player from the future", but Carlsen was unable to get a work permit in time for shooting.

As of [update] , Carlsen is the only active chess professional with a full-time manager ; Espen Agdestein , a FIDE Master and brother of Carlsen's former trainer Simen Agdestein , began working as an agent for Carlsen in late Based in Oslo, Norway, Play Magnus' first product was an iOS app, called Play Magnus , that allows the user to play a chess engine created using a database of thousands of Carlsen's recorded games from the age of five.

In March , Play Magnus joined forces with Chess In August , Carlsen became an ambassador for Nordic Semiconductor , [] and in November was selected as one of the "sexiest men of " by Cosmopolitan.

In , Carlsen announced that he had signed a two-year sponsorship deal with gambling company Unibet to act as a "global ambassador".

Offerspill was founded by Carlsen in after the Norwegian Chess Federation turned down Kindred's sponsorship offer. It is now Norway's largest chess club; Carlsen is its current chairman.

As of , Carlsen identifies as a social democrat and mostly follows a vegetarian diet, as two of his sisters are vegetarians.

Carlsen is an avid fan of football, with Real Madrid CF as his favourite club. In recognition of becoming world chess champion, he took the honorary kick-off in a La Liga game between Real Madrid and Real Valladolid on 30 November In December , he reached the No.

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