Magnus Carlsen's 5 World Championships

How Magnus Carlsen defeated Viswanathan Anand, Sergey Karjakin, Fabiano Caruana, and Ian Nepomniachtchi for the World Chess Championships in 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2021.

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0:00 Intro
0:30 Match 1 – 2013
10:33 Match 2 – 2014
17:15 Match 3 – 2016
26:08 Match 4 – 2018
33:45 Match 5 – 2021

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  1. I was very confused at 1:42 until I realized I'd just finished watching your Anand vs Carson world championship recap…

  2. And this is why MC wants and deserves a true heavyweight fight : Ali VS. MC…ringside seats will rival a boxing heavyweight match.

  3. Hey man you should make a full video and then edit it down to be shorter and post both videos, that way you get the best for both types of audiences

  4. Can't wait for alireza to be the next challenger and be crushed by magnus to shut those mouth who are saying alireza can beat magnus on a classical game

  5. Impressive as usual. I had a prejudge of Caruana being deffensive because of Italy football team. Im an idiot I know.

  6. Day 163 of translating Levy’s titles into Italian: “I cinque campionati mondiali di scacchi di Magnus Carlsen”

  7. Magnus has created a consistent level of play that only he is in. And all the other great players with varying from will never reach. The only way Magnus will be dethroned is for him to become worse with age. We will see what the future brings. But I doubt we will ever see a player dominating the way Magnus does ever again.

  8. Almost is obviously that Alireza is going to win the next candidates, so that is going to be really exiting to see them fighting. Otherwise Magnus is not interesting in charity business

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