It’s an exciting time for chess. The World Chess Championship is underway and the new Magnus Trainer app has now officially been released on the iOS App Store! Magnus Trainer fulfills the strongest desire from… Read more »
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SAS x Play Magnus As the World Chess Championship in November quickly approaches, an exciting new partnership with Magnus Carlsen is set to launch above the clouds. Starting November 1st, SAS will be bringing the… Read more »
This November, alongside the World Chess Championship 2016, Play Magnus is back with the release of their second app. For those who have desired to learn from the World Champion of chess, in just over… Read more »
Magnus Carlsen was recently in New York on Thursday, 22nd September for the Play Live Challenge 2016. His job? To simultaneous play against 11 Play Magnus App users. The time limit was 30 minutes. Watch the video above to see how he did!
After winning the title from Viswanathan Anand in Chennai, India in 2013, Magnus Carlsen has enjoyed and defended the World Chess Champion title for three years. Now this coming November, a new challenger representing Russia,… Read more »
Magnus Carlsen is widely known as the ‘Mozart of Chess’ because, unlike many chess grandmasters, he not only possesses an innate ability and a remarkable memory, but he blends those attributes with unrivaled creativity and… Read more »
To help the chess community spread the game to more people around the world, Magnus has developed and released the Official Play Magnus Chess Set. The round and sleek container with the rollable vinyl chessboard… Read more »
Magnus sits down at the Play Magnus offices to recap 2015. Watch and hear his thoughts on how it played out.
The inaugural Grand Chess Tour was played over three tournaments. Stavanger in June, St Louis in August, and finished in London on December 13th. Magnus had a rough start in Norway Chess, but after 2nd… Read more »
At the 20th anniversary Sohn Conference in New York, Magnus did something he never tried before. He took on three opponents simultaneously, blindfolded, and with a clock. Sounds tough, but Magnus was up for the… Read more »