Chess World Cup 2021 is currently rolling out the matches for the 9th edition of the tournament. The tournament is all set to take place in Sochi, Russia. Chess World Cup is for all the smart brains in the game of chess. Check Chess World Cup Winner Name, Runner-up, and Prizes.
The 206-player single-elimination chess tournament takes place in Russia. The host for the game is the Chess Federation of Russia. The format for the tournament will be a single-elimination tournament.
The game will be taking place until August 6, 2021, where the game final will take place. The tournament is also a qualifier for the World Champion Magnus Carlsen for the top two finishers of the game. The final eight qualify for the FIDE Grand Prix 2022.
The Chess World Cup started with its season 1 in 2000. The tournament took place for 13 days using a Multi-stage tournament where the host for the game was the Chinese Chess Association.
Season one had 24 participants from all over the world taking part in the game.
The champion for the season is Viswanathan Anand. Anand is born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. He is awarded the title of “grandmaster” in 2998
He is a grandmaster of chess and was also awarded the highest civilian honor by the government of India. Anand has the honor of Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan, and Padma Shri.
The runners-up of the Chess World Cup is Evgeny Bareev from the Soviet Union. He is a Russian Canadian chess player who holds rank four for the FIDE World rankings in 2003. Evgeny is also awarded the title of grandmaster in 1989. He emerges as the champions for season one of the Chess World Cup.
|Winner (2000)||Vishwanathan Anand|
|Runner-Up (2000)||Evgeny Bareev|
Season 2 for the Chess World Cup 2022 took place in Hyderabad. The host for the season was the All India Chess Federation and the venue was Ramoji Film City.
The champions for the season were the Vishwanathan Anand from India. The runner-up for the season is Rustam Kasimdzhanov. He is from the Soviet Union and is also the title holder of grandmaster. He is the Asia Champion in 1998.
|Winner (2002)||Vishwanathan Anand|
|Runner-Up (2002)||Rustam Kasimdzhanov|
This season serves as the qualified for the FIDE World Chess Championship 2007. The tournament took place as the 128-players tournament. The location for the Cup is Khanty-Mansiysk where the administration for the Cup is FIDE and the host for the tournament is the Chess Federation of Russia.
The format for the tournament is the single-elimination tournament. The winner for the season is the Levon Aronian. He is from Yerevan, Armenian SSR with the titleholder as the Grandmaster.
The runner-up of the season is Ruslan Olegovich from the Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union. HE is also the title holder of Grandmaster.
|Winner (2005)||Levon Aronian|
|Runner-Up (2005)||Ruslan Ponomariov|
The tournament for 2007 took place in the 128-player-single elimination tournament. The location for the tournament is the Khanty-Manisyskunder the administration of FIDE where the host is the Chess Federation of Russia.
The champions for the season are Gata Kamsky from America. He is a chess grandmaster with the five-time U.S. Champions.
The runners-up of the tournament are t Alexei Shirov from the Soviet Union (until 1991), Latavia (1991-95, 2011-18), Spain (1995-2011, since 2018).
|Winners (2007)||Gata Kamsky|
This season took place in 2009 under the administrator of the FIDE. The host for the world cup is the Chess Federation of Russia.
The champion for the season is Boris Gelfand. He is a Soviet-born Israeli chess player. The runner-up of the World Cup 2009 is Ruslan Ponomariov.
|Winner (2009)||Boris Gelfand|
|RunnerUp (2009)||Ruslan Ponomariov|
The other edition for the tournament with the 128-player single-elimination tournament took place in Khanty-Mansiysk. The administrator for the league is the FIDE. The format for the tournament is a Single elimination tournament. The host for the league is the Chess Federation of Russia.
The Champions of the season is Peter Svidler. He is a Russian grandmaster and also an eight-time Russian Chess Champion. He is now a commentator in chess.
The runners-up of the tournament are Alexander Grishchuk. He is also a Russian Chess player where FIDE awards him with the title of grandmaster in 2000.
|Winner (2011)||Peter Svidler|
|Runner-Up (2011)||Alexander Grischuk|
The location for the 2013 world cup of chess is Tromso. the host for the season is the Chess Federation of Norway. The format for the tournament is the same as the 128 players’ single-elimination chess.
The winner for the season is Vladimir Kramnik who is a Russian chess grandmaster. He is a champion for the game from 200 to 2006. He is awarded the title of grandmaster.
The runners-up for the season are Dmitry Andreikin. He is a Russian chess grandmaster and World Junior Champion in 2010. He is also two-time Russian Chess Champions in 2012 and 2018.
|Winner (2013)||Vladimir Kramnik|
|Runner-Up (2013)||Dmitry Anfreikin|
The chess world cup is to place in Baku. The administrator for the tournament is the FIDE. The format in which the tournament took place is the Single elimination tournament.
The host for the season is the Chess Federation of Azerbaijan. The champion for the season is Sergey Karjakin. He is a Russian grandmaster since 2009.
The runners-up for the tournament is Peter Svidler.
|Chess World Cup Winner (2015)||Sergey Karjakin|
|Runners Up (2015)||Peter Svidler|
It is the chess championship that took place in Tbilisi where the administrator for the season is the FIDE. The format of the matches is the same as the Single elimination tournament.
The host for the chess world Cup is the Chess Federation of Georgia.
The champion for the season is the Levon Aronian whereas the runners-up are the Ding Liren.
|Winners (2017)||Levon Aronian|
|Runners- Up (2017)||Ding Liren|
The tournament took place at the Khanty-Mansiysk under the administration of the FIDE. The format for the league is the Single elimination tournament. the host for the tournament is the Chess Federation of Russia.
The champions for the season are the Teimour Radjabov and the runners-up are the Ding Liren.
|Winners (2019)||Teimour Radjabov|
|Runners-Up (2019)||Ding Liren|
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