BREAKDOWN: Carlsen wins World Chess Championship after Nepo blunder again

GM Magnus Carlsen won the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship on Friday after beating GM Ian Nepomniachtchi with the black pieces. The challenger made another big blunder and ultimately lost his fourth game, fixing the final score at 7.5-3.5 in favor of Carlsen.

Chess.com’s full report on the game with photos, quotes and analysis from General Manager Sam Shankland will be released shortly.

How to watch the 2021 FIDE World Championship post-match show

The 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship post-match show is currently LIVE on Chess.com/TV and on our Twitch and YouTube channels. You can also follow all the details here on our live events platform.

Final score

fedLast nameRtg010203040506070809ten11121314Goal
Magnus carlsen2855½½½½½1½11½1...
Ian nepomniachtchi2782½½½½½0½00½0...

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