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Ding Liren and Fabiano Caruana celebrate 20 years of chess battles

In 2022 Ding Liren and Fabiano Caruana celebrate their 20-year-long chess rivalry anniversary. Their first encounter happened back in 2002 at the U10 World Youth Chess Championship in Heraklion, Crete. Back then the non-rated Ding Liren defeated Caruana.

Today they meet at the event they dreamed about as kids – FIDE Candidates Chess Tournament 2022. According to chess statisticians’ predictions, Ding Liren and Fabiano Caruana have the biggest chances (in percentages) to win the event, the their round 4 encounter may be key to the outcome of the tournament Read more about Candidates predictions here and find a detailed Round 4 preview here

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Replay the game – Ding Liren – Fabiano Caruana 1-0, World Youth Chess Championship 2002, Heraklion, Crete:

The last classical game played between Fabiano Caruana and Ding Liren was at the 2021 Candidates Tournament in Yekaterinburg, finishing in a draw with Caruana having white pieces.

Replay the game – Fabiano Caruana – Ding Liren 1/2-1/2, FIDE Candidates Chess Tournament 2021

Featured photo: Grand Chess Tour, Sinquefield Cup 2021

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