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Bill Gates and MArk Zuckerberg to go to World Chess Title Championship

Tech master Bill Gates and web-based social networking tycoon Mark Zuckerberg have declared that they will go to the World Chess Title (WCC) in New York one month from now. 

"Bill and Zuckerberg have consented to go to the match. I don't know whether it will be at the opening or one of the later matches," World Chess Organization (FIDE) President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov declared Wednesday, TASS reported. 

"I am as yet holding up to hear once again from [US President Barack] Obama, [presidential hopefuls Donald] Trump and [Hillary] Clinton. In any event, I haven't had a refusal," he included. 
The WCC is held every year to decide the world chess champion and will be held for the current year from November 11-30 in New York, with Russian Sergey Karjakin confronting Norwegian Magnus Carlsen. 

Carlsen won the title in 2014 and is the prevailing champion. 

The so called pioneer of 'cool keenness' will hope to make it three in succession before previous Microsoft Chief Entryways and Facebook maker Zuckerberg, who have a joined evaluated total assets of over $1.3 trillion. 

A quarter century old Carlsen is the most noteworthy positioned chess player on the planet and has effectively scored a triumph over another Russian by beating Gary Kasparov's twelve-year FIDE rating record when he won the London Chess Title in 2011. 

Microsoft has supported Carlsen since his high school years in 2004, the year he turned into the most youthful ever beneficiary of the grandmaster title at 13 years old years and 4 months old. 

Karjakin, 26, won the privilege to go up against Carlsen by winning The Hopefuls Competition 2016, an eight-man twofold round robin competition held in Moscow, Russia. 

He is as of now ninth in the FIDE world rankings.

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