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Magnus Carlsen: A Life in Pictures

The story of the World Champion in more than 200 photos
Magnus Carlsen: A Life in Pictures tells the story of the reigning World Chess Champion. Magnus Carlsen, born in 1990 in Oslo, Norway, became a Grandmaster by 13. Carlsen was crowned World Champion in 2013, when he defeated Anand and has successfully defended his title three times. He most recently defeated Ian Nepomniachtchi in Dubai 7.5 : 3.5 to retain his crown for the 5th time!
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Magnus Carlsen: A Life in Pictures tells the story of the reigning World Chess Champion. Magnus Carlsen, born in 1990 in Oslo, Norway, became a Grandmaster by 13. Carlsen was crowned World Champion in 2013, when he defeated Anand and has successfully defended his title three times. He most recently defeated Ian Nepomniachtchi in Dubai 7.5 : 3.5 to retain his crown for the 5th time!

Carlsen is a family man, often surrounded by his father, mother and sisters. As a sports fanatic he plays – and follows – football and basketball. He doesn’t shy away from his celebrity status, and was both a G-Star model and a Real Madrid  VIPguest. But his most genuine smile breaks through when he talks
chess with his youngest fans, the kids in a chess tournament.

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ISBN 9789056919917
Author/s Jonathan Tisdall
Pages 160 pages
Publication Date Nov 7, 2021
Notation Type NL - Notationless
Book Binding Type Hardcover
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