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Magnus Carlsen is a Norwegian chess player who has been dominating the game for over a decade. He became a grandmaster at the age of 13, the second youngest in history at the time, and quickly established himself as a rising star in the world of chess. In 2013, Carlsen won the World Chess Championship and has since defended his title multiple times, solidifying his position as one of the greatest players of all time.

Carlsen is known for his exceptional skill in the fast-paced bullet chess format, where he regularly defeats other top players in high-pressure matches. He has been compared to legendary chess players such as Garry Kasparov and Bobby Fischer for his strategic abilities and quick-thinking, earning him the respect and admiration of his peers. His greatest rival in the chess world is American player Hikaru Nakamura, against whom he has had many intense battles.

In addition to his impressive track record in competitive chess, Carlsen is also known for his willingness to take on challenges outside of the traditional chess world. He has played chess against artificial intelligence and has even competed in the World Blitz and Rapid Championships, where he won multiple gold medals. With his natural talent and dedication to the game, Carlsen continues to be a dominant force in the world of chess and a true legend in the sport.


  1. Against the best of the best players, Magnus makes it look so freaking easy, while the rest of us eventually get into chaotic random mess on the board, even against players at our own level or worse, below our level🤔

  2. Funny thing is that mathematically there is a chance that one day I'll play as good as he does or even better.

  3. he's easily crushing and providing helpful explanation/commentary at the same time, don't really see hikaru giving the same level of explanation/commentary

  4. damn this guy should consider going pro. he's almost as good as me

  5. "Yeah in 8000000 moves that traps my knight so I won't go there"

  6. Just amazing how fast he enter in favorable positions, no matter what opening he uses. Also, his ability to "keep simply" the game is the true mark of genius.

  7. ''That seems entirely unpromising for him'' The suaveness of MC to indicate an opponant my have fallen on their sword is crispness beyond Glee.

  8. watching magnus makes me feel like im winning 😂

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