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Magnus Carlsen clinches third consecutive World Chess Championship: Here’s how he did it

Firstpost Friday, 2 December 2016
Magnus Carlsen is undoubtedly the greatest chess player alive today, as the manner of his World Championship win proved.

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News video: World Chess Championship Won By Magnus Carlsen

World Chess Championship Won By Magnus Carlsen 00:37

In a soundproof glass box, Magnus Carlsen won the World Chess Championship on Wednesday evening. After his final move, viewers saw Carlsen give "an exuberant double-fist pump." This is Carlsen's third time winning the championship. It was a celebratory moment for the world champion player, who was...

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