Who won the FIDE World Cup 2021?
23-year-old Grandmaster, Jan-Krzysztof Duda, climbed to the top of the FIDE World Cup with a decisive win against Sergey Karjakin in the final.
Jan-Krzysztof Duda wins FIDE World Cup 2021
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Where can I watch FIDE World Cup 2021?
You can watch the 2021 FIDE World Championship of Chess live on Chess.com/TV and on our Twitch and YouTube channels. You can also keep up with all the details here on our live events platform. The most important part of an opening ceremony at a big chess event is the drawing of lots.
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Who will challenge Magnus Carlsen in 2021?
Carlsen's 2021 challenger is Ian Nepomniachtchi, a 31-year-old Russian GM who will play under the FIDE flag with his country banned from all international sporting competitions.
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Who won the Candidates chess 2021?
The 2020–21 Candidates Tournament was an eight-player chess double round-robin tournament to decide the challenger for the World Chess Championship 2021. Ian Nepomniachtchi won the tournament with a round to spare and earned the right to challenge the defending world champion, Magnus Carlsen.
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