Carlsen has beaten Nakamura became the winner of the online tournament

The Norwegian Magnus Carlsen became the winner of chess online tournament Magnus Carlsen Invitational.

In the finals with a prize pool of $250 thousand, he defeated the Japanese-American Hikaru Nakamura. The winner of the tournament received $70 thousand.

Participants play each other the games with rapid time control (15 minutes + 10 seconds per move) of the four parties.

First 8 players played a round Robin. Four of the best came in the semi-finals, the winners of which secured a place in the final.

Chess. Magnus Carlsen Invitational 2020

1/2 final

Hikaru Nakamura (USA) – Caruana Fabiano (USA) – 4:2

Magnus Carlsen (Norway) – Ding Liren (China) – 2,5:1,5

The final

Magnus Carlsen (Norway), Hikaru Nakamura (USA) – 2,5:1,5

In the online tournament was also attended by Russian Ian Nepomniachtchi, Dutch Anish Giri, the Iranian Alireza of Virunga, acting under the flag of FIDE, and the Frenchman Maxime Vachier-Lagrave.

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