Magnus Carlsen had simply made the first spherical towards Hans Niemann. During an internet chess game, counting the Julius Baer Generation Cup, the former turned off the display screen and left the game with out clarification. “We will attempt to give an replace on this. He stopped. He obtained up and left, he turned off the digicam and that is all we all know at the second”, stated a commentator who follows the reside broadcast. But why did Magnus Carlsen, the 5-time world chess champion, all of the sudden go away the assembly?
To reply this query, we should first perceive who Magnus Carlsen is. He is 31 years previous, a local of Norway in Tønsberg and the chief of sorting pure chess participant since July 2011, has a historical past of charge the highest ranked participant ever in the FIDE rankings, the Fédération Internationale des Échecs (2882 factors in 2014) and has the longest streak in chess historical past. Dubbed the “Mozart of chess”, he admires Napoleon Bonaparte, loves soccer and is a Real Madrid fan and boasts a tricky persona that does not actually win with modesty or modesty.
Magnus Carlsen, “Chess Mozart” Napoleon admirer and Real Madrid fan.
In early September, Magnus Carlsen crossed paths for the first time with Hans Niemann – a 19-yr-previous American, grandfather (the highest title a chess participant can have of their profession) from 2021 and the most vital persona in the Twitch social community universe. At Sinquefield’s event in Saint Louis, the sudden occurred: Niemann beat Carlsen, forcing the Norwegian out of the race for the first time in his profession.
At the time, Magnus Carlsen confirmed his departure by way of Twitter. “I obtained out of the competitors. I’ve loved enjoying in Saint Louis and I hope to return in the future”, he wrote, including a video of José Mourinho when he coached Chelsea, flash interviewsaying, “If I converse, I’m in nice hassle” — that’s, once I speak, I get in hassle. Soon there have been rumors a few Norwegian who suspected Hans Niemann of dishonest. And the American reacted shortly to the similar rumors by considering that he cheated between the ages of 12 and 16 however that he “realized from his mistake”.
I’m out of the race. I all the time wish to play in the @STLChessCluband hope to come back once more in the future https://t.co/YFSpl8er3u
– Magnus Carlsen (@MagnusCarlsen) September 5, 2022
“I’m telling the reality as a result of I do not need to open the door to misinterpretation. I’m proud that I realized from that mistake and now I give all the things I’ve to chess. I gave up all the things for chess. All social media, and the total chess world, are attacking me and placing me down. To see my hero making an attempt to assault me, making an attempt to destroy my fame, making an attempt to destroy my profession and doing it so casually is a large disappointment. stated Niemann in an interview with St. Louis Chess Club.
What is for certain is that, following the rumours, the American was finally faraway from the well-known web site Chess.com, which defended the choice in its assertion. “We have already instructed him the detailed proof of our choice, together with data that contradicts your claims about the extent and severity of fraud. We requested Hans to supply an evidence and supply a solution in the hope of discovering an answer that will permit him to take part in Chess.com”, reads the observe.
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This scandalous story grew to become so widespread that even the most unpopular details started to emerge. On social media, it went viral Hans Niemann’s means to cheat utilizing an anal intercourse toy and cooperation wi-fi which receives data from a 3rd one who is watching the game and sends directions given via different vibrations.
And that is the place we come to this Monday and the rematch between Magnus Carlsen and Hans Niemann at the Julius Baer Generation Cup. When the complete chess world stopped to look at the new battle between the two gamers – though on-line and never in particular person -, the Norwegian took motion and exited the game. Unlike what occurred at the starting of the month, he didn’t surrender the competitors and remains to be in the competitors, after defeating his subsequent two opponents. Whether Niemann cheats or not is anybody’s guess. That Carlsen thinks Niemann is dishonest everybody already is aware of.