Ding vs Nepomniachtchi | 2023

Ding vs Nepomniachtchi | 2023


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Chess Author: Kesaris Angelo
Category: World Chess ChampionshipWorld Chess Championship
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The World Chess Championship 2023 was a thrilling match held from April 9 to April 30, 2023, at the St. Regis Hotel in Astana, Kazakhstan. The championship featured Ian Nepomniachtchi and Ding Liren, with the latter emerging victorious. Magnus Carlsen, the previous champion, chose not to defend his title, leading Nepomniachtchi, the 2022 Candidates Tournament winner, to face Ding, the runner-up. After a tied score of 7–7 in the classical games, the match moved to rapid tiebreaks. Ding Liren clinched the title by winning the final tiebreak game, becoming the 17th World Chess Champion and the first Chinese player to hold the title. His victory was notable for being highly improbable, given the challenges he faced leading up to the championship.

Author | Angelo Kesaris

Angelo Kesaris

Angelo Kesaris is a professional chess coach for the last 20 years and FIDE National Instructor. He is an active chess player with an International FIDE rating of 1900 ELO. He started teaching chess in primary schools, organizing lessons in chess clubs, private classes, online teaching, and chess course creator. You can read more here.

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