Magnus Carlsen homestory in The Telegraph

11/28/2015 – The London Chess Classic will start in about a week and English journalist Nigel Farndale used this opportunity to visit and to interview World Champion Magnus Carlsen at his new house in Norway. With dry humor the World Champion talked about his career, love and infatuation, his elo-rating, his passion for soccer and the pros and cons of being a super-star.

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satman satman 11/30/2015 06:02
Why do they continue the myth that Fischer was 'driven mad by chess'?
Chess, as a vehicle for his obsessive tendencies, was what kept him sane - it was only after he gave it up that he went over the edge.
karavamudan karavamudan 11/30/2015 05:08
Carlsen is so bored and slipping in ratings that his reign is unlikely to be long as that of Karpov or Kasparov
tom_70 tom_70 11/29/2015 03:24
I have a teenager just like this.........except he sucks a chess.
Pentium Infinite Pentium Infinite 11/28/2015 09:46
If this was an interview of kirsan we would already have hundred comments.
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