Magnus Carlsen Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary, Wiki

Magnus Carlsen Family

Magnus Carlsen Family and Parents – Magnus Carlsen is a Norwegian chess grandmaster who is the current World Chess Champion with the great fortune of $8 Million know all about him in this Blog.

Magnus Carlsen Wiki

NameSven Magnus Oen Carlsen
Birthdate 30 November 1990
Age (as of 2021)31 years old
Height1.7 m/5’7″
Place of BirthTonsberg, Norway
NationalityNorwegian
Marital Status In Relationship
Spouse/PartnerElisabet Lorentzen Djønne
ChildrenNot Yet
ParentsHenrik Albert Carlsen and Sigrun Øen
EducationNorwegian College of Elite Sport
ProfessionProfessional Chess Player, Actor, Model
Last Update2022

Magnus Carlsen is a Norwegian chess grandmaster who is the current World Chess Champion, World Rapid Chess Champion, and World Blitz Chess Champion. He first reached the top of the FIDE world rankings in 2010, and trails only Garry Kasparov in time spent as the highest rated player in the world.

Magnus Carlsen Family, Parents

Magnus Carlsen Parents

Magnus Carlsen was born in Tønsberg, Norway on 30 November 1990 to Sigrun Øen, a chemical engineer, and Henrik Albert Carlsen, an IT consultant. The family spent one year in Espoo, Finland, and then in Brussels, Belgium, before returning to Norway in 1998, where they lived in Lommedalen, Bærum.

They later moved to Haslum. Carlsen showed an aptitude for intellectual challenges at a young age: at two years, he could solve 50-piece jigsaw puzzles; at four, he enjoyed assembling Lego sets with instructions intended for children aged 10–14.

His father, a keen amateur chess player, taught him to play at the age of 5, although he initially showed little interest in it.He has three sisters, and in 2010 stated that one of the things that first motivated him to take up chess seriously was the desire to beat his elder sister at the game. The first chess book Carlsen read was a booklet named Find the Plan by Bent Larsen, and his first book on openings was Eduard Gufeld’s The Complete Dragon.

After finishing primary school, Carlsen took a year off to participate in international chess tournaments held in Europe during the autumn of 2003, returning to complete secondary education at a sports school. During the year away from school, he placed joint-third in the European Under-14 Championship and ninth in the 2003 World Under-14 Championship.

Magnus Carlsen Wife, Children

Magnus Carlsen Wife

Magnus Carlsen is in relationship with lovely girlfriend Elisabet Lorentzen Djønne. Magnus and Elisabet have been in a relationship for nearly a year now. The word spread out and several Norwegian magazines/websites covered this story when Elisabet posted a picture of her and Magnus together visiting a German Zoo on her private Instagram profile.

Magnus Carlsen Net Worth

Magnus Carlsen is a Norwegian chess grandmaster who is the current World Chess Champion has an Estimated Net Worth around $8 Million in 2021.For instance, he receives an average of $1 million for winning the tournaments. According to some sources online, he makes an estimated value of $2 million through endorsements.

Magnus Carlsen Professional Career

Carlsen made headlines after his victory, at the age of 13, in the C group at the 2004 Corus chess tournament in Wijk aan Zee.Carlsen obtained a score of 10½/13, losing just one game .As a result of the victory, he earned his first GM norm, and achieved a PR of 2702. Particularly notable was his win over Sipke Ernst in the penultimate round, when Carlsen sacrificed material to give mate in just 29 moves.

Carlsen’s victory in the C group qualified him to play in the B group in 2005, and it led Lubomir Kavalek, writing for the Washington Post, to give him the title “the Mozart of chess,” although, as shown by Edward Winter, the nickname has been given to many illustrious predecessors.

In the sixth Dubai Open Chess Championship, held 18–28 April, Carlsen obtained his third and final GM norm. This achievement made him the world’s youngest GM at the time, as well as the second-youngest GM in history at the time .Carlsen played in the FIDE World Chess Championship, thus becoming the youngest player ever to participate in one, but was knocked out in the first round by Levon Aronian.

At the end of 2005, Carlsen participated at the Chess World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. In the knockout tournament, he upset the 44th-ranked Zurab Azmaiparashvili in round one, and proceeded to defeat Farrukh Amonatov and Ivan Cheparinov to reach the round of 16.

There, Carlsen lost to Evgeny Bareev,but then won against Joël Lautier and Vladimir Malakhov before losing again to Gata Kamsky. Thus, Carlsen finished in tenth place and became the youngest player to be an official World Championship Candidate.

In the top group A of the 69th Corus chess tournament, Carlsen scored 8/13, achieving a PR of 2830. Carlsen won five games, lost two and drew six, sharing first place with Levon Aronian.At the Linares chess tournament, Carlsen had another 2800+ PR, scoring 8/14. He finished in sole second place, ½ point behind the winner World Champion Viswanathan Anand.

In March, Carlsen played for the second time in the Melody Amber blind and rapid chess tournament, held in Nice for the first time. In the 11 rounds he achieved four wins, four draws and two losses in the blindfold, and three wins, two losses, and six draws in the rapid.

This resulted in a shared fifth place in the blindfold, shared third place in the rapid and a shared second place in the overall tournament. Carlsen was one of 21 players in the six-tournament FIDE Grand Prix 2008–2010, a qualifier for the World Chess Championship 2012.

At the FIDE World Cup 2021 held in Sochi, Carlsen won the third place match against Fedoseev after being defeated in the semifinals by Duda, who eventually won the event.Carlsen then won the 9th Norway Chess, again finishing on 19½ points ahead of runner-up Alireza Firouzja.

After his sole loss in the fifth round of the classical portion to Karjakin, Carlsen won four straight games in classical chess against Firouzja, Tari, Karjakin, and Rapport before ending the tournament with a classical draw and armageddon win against his future World Championship challenger Ian Nepomniachtchi.

At the 2021 World Chess Championship, Carlsen defeated challenger Ian Nepomniachtchi in Game 6. It is the first decisive result in a regulation World Chess Championship game in more than 5 years and at 136 moves is also the longest game in World Chess Championship history.