Magnus Carlsen Net Worth

Magnus Carlsen is a Norwegian chess grandmaster, presently rated number one in the world. Magnus Carlsen was born on November 30th, 1990 in Tønsberg, Norway. Magnus Carlsen came to an International Grandmaster at the age of 13 generations, 148 days, making him the fourth adolescent grandmaster in history behind Sergey Karjakin, Parimarjan Negi, and Bu Xiangzhi.

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Net Worth:$8 Million
Date of Birth:1990-11-30
Gender: Male
Profession: Professional Chess Player, Model
Nationality: Norway

Magnus Carlsen won his first super event when he was only thirteen-Corus chess event 2006 held in Wijk Aan Zee where he finished with an undefeated score of9/13 points. This made him the immature ever leader in a top- position chess event and his performance ranking of2848.7 was the extra loftiest in history at that time after Magnus Carlsen net worth 2017 Garry Kasparov.
Magnus Carlsen thereafter won the 2009 Pearl Spring chess tourney, finishing with6/9 points just half a point clear of Sergey Karjakin, who took permanent place. This win made him one of only six players to have won the traditional Corus chess tourney or its successor, the Grandmaster Group’s Corus chess event, another than once in either fleet-footed or classical chess formats. He also grew the immature player ever to reach a rank of 2800 Elo.

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In January 2010 Magnus Carlsen partook in the Chennai Open chess game held in Chennai, India. Magnus Carlsen won the game with5/7 points and a 2754 performance reach ahead of 39 other players including former FIDE World Champion Ruslan Ponomariov and multiple Indian champion Grandmaster Abhijit Kunte. He grew the juvenile player to reach an Elo reach of 2775. At this point, he was fair 500 points ahead of world number 2 ranked player Vassily Ivanchuk.

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On April 29th, 2010 Magnus Carlsen defeated Levon Aronian1.5-0.5 in the 3rd edition of Monarch’s Matchup, played at 4 board so-called “Armageddon” rules White has 6 shakes, black only 5, and a draw is counted as a triumph for Black. Magnus Carlsen won the matchup with 8 points and turned the youngish winner of Monarch’s Matchup in history.

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On June 13th, 2010, Magnus Carlsen took part in the Tal Memorial chess game held in Moscow. This was an appointment-only ten-player round-robin event with five world titlists playing- (Vladimir Kramnik, Viswanathan Anand, Veselin Topalov, Boris Gelfand, and former World Champion Mikhail Botvinnik. The average rung of this group was 2774, making it by far the strongest game in history. Magnus Carlsen finished conjoint alternate with 5 points and a 2809 performance rung behind Vassily Ivanchuk who achieved an Elo performance of 2989. This strong game elevated Magnus Carlsen’s world ranking to number one in the FIDE list.

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On 20th June 2010, after the Tal Memorial, Magnus Carlsen was named”Norwegian Sportsperson Of The Cycle” for 2010 by Norwegian sports correspondents.

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Since September 2010, Magnus Carlsen has been playing for a gang called”Championship Chess Team” at the Zurich chess challenge, hosted by former World Champion Anatoly Karpov. The other players are Judit Polgar-Women’s World Chess Champion 2005-6, Vladimir Kramnik-Classical World Chess Champion 2000-2007.

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