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It seems to me from Google translate that Carlsen isn't really threatening to not play the world championship match if Stavanger, Norway, wins the bid to host the world championship.
But now there is yet another argument about whether Carlsen is all that into defending his world championship. Carlsen doesn't seem to have much problem playing Karjakin these days.
There is some strange psychological barrier where he just can't play Caruana in the same way that he had proven works for him. Inspired by the Norway Chess Armageddon experiment, he offers a proposal to improve the format with tweaks to the scoring and time control.
Easy to understand for the public and the press. But he has good relations to the Stavanger organizers the same behind Norway Chess, as I'm sure you know , it's just some bad blood between him and the federation, and not only because of this issue..
Titanic Battle! It seems to be the same old story: men at the union top who think they can treat their star players like obediant soldiers who just have to shut up and do what they are told.
IIRC Larsen refused to play for the union for some years. Carlsen has done so much for Norway chess, he doesn't want priviliges, just duly respect and normal decent consideration.
The relations between Carlsen and Norges Sjakkforbund used to be excellent, but over the last few years they have been slowly deteriorating.
For one, I think Magnus feels that they should at least have discussed things with Magnus before going for Stavanger as the potential WCC host.
Magnus absolutely wants NSF to take the deal with the Malta-based sports betting company Kindred, a deal that will bring 50 million Norwegian Kroner to Norwegian Chess over the next five years.
The problem is that such a deal runs counter to everything that NSF, and Norwegian sport in general, is all about; for Norsk Tipping who along with Norsk Rikstoto controls all legal inland sports betting, and has been the main source of income for Norwegian sports it is like a declaration of war.
This will not end well.. Yeah, like I said, this will not end well. But if he doesn't succeed in this, and the Kindred deal gets struck down then I fear there will be a schism between him and the federation that will be difficult to heal.
Personally I'm conflicted about this deal some of us have just been discussing this a bit over at Carlsen's player page Magnus Carlsen.
I don't like the way this deal has come about, but it's a lot of money that could potentially work wonders for Norwegian Chess.
The Danish chess union has tried several times to become a part of the equivalent, Dansk Tipstjeneste, and their distribution of money support for sports.
Alas, in vain. So, if NSF decides to go with the private owned Kindred the NT would regard this as a sort of treachery and withdraw their support?
I understand your dilemma in this. I must say that in general I am not very sympathetic towards these commercial betting companies.
While the official institutions spend their profits on good causes, the privates send their profits to the share-holders. But 50 million Kr.
Analysis shows that GM Vladimir Kramnik was very surprised about Carlsen's mistake. It should be noted that the world champion was down to four minutes and five seconds vs.
Kramnik suggested that the world champion needs a "mathematical motivation" to play well in the last round when here Carlsen had already won the tournament.
Carlsen hadn't lost with the white pieces in a classical game in almost three years. There certainly were some positive moments, but mostly I felt pretty clueless throughout the tournament.
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