How many matches has Magnus Carlsen lost?

How many matches has Magnus Carlsen lost?

Carlsen hasn’t lost a Classical time control chess game in over 100 games against the world’s strongest players. But Magnus is human, and he does lose a lot of faster time control games. In fact, he lost a Rapid game just yesterday (4.28.

Who did Magnus Carlsen lose to?

Day 1 of the 2021 Open World Blitz Championship is over with GM Levon Aronian leading the event (10/12), followed by Bassem Amin (9.5/12), and Parham Maghsoodloo (9/12). The big – unpleasant – surprise is Carlsen, who lost 3 games right after he passed 2900 rating blitz points.

Who did Magnus Carlsen lose to 2021?

Nodirbek Abdusattorov, 17, dethroned Magnus Carlsen as World Rapid Chess Champion in Warsaw on Tuesday by beating Ian Nepomniachtchi in a tiebreaker. Abdusattorov won the title along with a prize of $60,000 (€53,0444).

What is Magnus Carlsen win/loss record?

Name: Magnus Carlsen
Total Games: 3056
Wins: 1287 (42.11 %)
Draws: 1308 (42.8 %)
Losses: 461 (15.09 %)

Has Magnus Carlsen lost to Hikaru?

Hikaru Nakamura Finally Beats Magnus Carlsen!

Is Magnus still the best?

Magnus Carlsen is currently the best chess player in the world. He is the reigning world chess champion and has been since 2013. Many prominent players and chess writers have offered their own rankings and opinions of the greatest players.

Is Magnus Carlsen still Number 1?

In July 1999, he reached his peak rating, 2851. The seventh and current world number one is Magnus Carlsen, who first achieved this ranking in the January 2010 list, and has been world number one since July 2011 after having lost and reclaimed the position from Anand during 2010 and 2011.

Is Magnus declining?

He is only 50 points off of his peak rating (the all-time high, BTW), which only translates to a 7% difference in expected result. Hitting that high was the result of both inspired play and a little bit of luck, and that very slight decline could be the result of that luck averaging out.

Who broke Magnus streak?

Duda has reached the final against Sergey Karjakin. Duda was the one who broke Carlsen’s 125-game unbeaten streak in Round 5 of Norway Chess, becoming the first player to defeat the World Chess Champion in a classical game since Shakhriyar Mamedyarov shocked Magnus in Biel.

When did Carlsen cross 2800?

In 2009, he became the youngest player to break the 2800-rating threshold (a record only broken by GM Alireza Firouzja in 2021). Then Carlsen transitioned from young world-class player to all-time great. He captured the world number-one ranking in 2011 and still hasn’t let go of it.