Who won Candidates 2014 Chess?

Viswanathan Anand

Candidates Tournament 2014
Viswanathan Anand, the winner of the Candidates Tournament 2014, advanced to the World Chess Championship 2014 match.
Venue Yugra Chess Academy
Location Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia
Dates 13–31 March 2014

Is Magnus Carlsen in the candidates tournament?

The World Chess Championship 2023 will be a chess match for the World Chess Championship, to be played in early 2023. The match is scheduled to be between the current World Champion, Magnus Carlsen, and the winner of the 2022 Candidates Tournament.

How many rounds are there in candidates chess tournament?

Organization. The tournament is an eight-player, double round-robin tournament, meaning there are 14 rounds with each player facing the others twice: once with the black pieces and once with the white pieces. The tournament winner qualifies to play Magnus Carlsen for the World Championship in 2023.

Who is leading the candidates chess?

Ian Nepomniachtchi

Candidates Tournament 2020–2021
Winning score 8.5 points of 14
Ian Nepomniachtchi
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Who won the World Chess Championship 2015?

Sergey Karjakin
Sergey Karjakin won the competition on tie-breaks after a four-game final against Peter Svidler. Both finalists qualified for the 2016 Candidates Tournament….Chess World Cup 2015.

Tournament information
Host(s) Chess Federation of Azerbaijan
Final positions
Champion Sergey Karjakin
Runner-up Peter Svidler

Who won the 2016 chess Championship?

Sergey Karjakin Carlsen evened the score by winning the tenth game. All other games were drawn, leaving the match at a 6–6 tie, so tie breaks decided the match. After two draws to begin the rapid chess tie break, Carlsen won the remaining two games to win the match and retain his title.