Controversy as Carlsen quits Niemann game after one move; India’s Arjun Erigaisi emerges leader

New York, Sep 20 (IANS) Magnus Carlsen pursued contention in the Julius Baer Age Cup – – the seventh leg of the USD1.6 million Meltwater Champions Chess Visit – – on Monday as he shockingly quit his game with American star Hans Niemann subsequent to playing only one maneuver.

The best on the planet caused a flood of shock when he pulled out of a counterpart for the second time in about fourteen days, apparently in fight at supposed cheating.

 

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Carlsen still can’t seem to straightforwardly blame Niemann for anything straightforwardly and the chess world is looking out for his best course of action. Be that as it may, by stopping his Cycle 6 game in the Meltwater Champions Chess Visit occasion, he gifted Niemann three focuses, as per an assertion from Meltwater Champions Chess Visit 2022.

Following a rough day at the board in which he just got another point, the US youngster stands two focuses behind Carlsen and is still in with a possibility making the knockouts.

Driving the competition at the halfway place of the fundamental stage is Indian youth Arjun Erigaisi on 17 brings up of a potential 24.

Two focuses behind him are Carlsen and 17-year-old Indian R. Praggnanandhaa while Ukrainian veteran Vasyl Ivanchuk and Poland’s Reality Cup champ Jan-Krzysztof Duda are level with Niemann.

 

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In the last round of the day, Carlsen and Pragg played out a titanic fight which finished in a draw and the boss hailing the young person for his positive methodology.

The elegant seventh leg of the Meltwater Champions Chess Visit has been overwhelmed by the hypothesis encompassing Carlsen and Niemann. The pair presently won’t confront each other except if both endure to the knockouts and afterward they might in any case stay away from one another. The chess world will be on tenterhooks to check whether that occurs.