Nepomniachtchi: Chess-wins candidates to set up world title conflict

Nepomniachtchi: Chess-wins candidates to set up world title conflict

Nepomniachtchi: Chess-wins candidates to set up world title conflict

Nepomniachtchi: Chess-wins candidates to set up world title conflict

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  • Ian Nepomniachtchi will take on champion Magnus Carlsen.
  • For the world title in 2023 after the Russian got triumph.
  • In the Candidates Tournament in Madrid on Sunday with a round in excess.
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Nepomniachtchi required a portion of a highlight affirm his place as Carlsen’s challenger and accomplished it by drawing with Hungarian.

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The 31-year old  is contending under a nonpartisan banner in Madrid after sanctions forced on Russian players for their country’s intrusion of Ukraine, which Moscow calls a ‘exceptional activity’.

Ian Nepomniachtchi will take on champion Magnus Carlsen for the world title in 2023 after the Russian got win in the Candidates Tournament in Madrid on Sunday with a round in overabundance.

His gathering with Carlsen, who has lifted the last five world titles, is a long way from settled as the Norwegian said in December that he was uncertain if he could guard his title, refering to an absence of inspiration.

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In such a situation, Nepomniachtchi would take on the player who wraps sprinter up at the Candidates, a position held by American Hikaru Nakamura heading into the last round.

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