Checkmate: Would You Bet on Chess Championship?

Written by Renata Karamisheva on 2017-12-28 at 10:49
Checkmate: Would You Bet on Chess Championship? Would You Bet on Chess Championship?
World Chess Championship is played to determine not only the best chess player, but possibly one of the cleverest person in the world. It’s not a secret that chess players have an extraordinary way of thinking and able to predict someone’s moves and thoughts. Even if you don’t play chess, how good are your predicting skills? Bet on Chess Championship to figure it out!

The World Chess Championship (WCC) 2018 is an upcoming match between reigning World Chess Champion, Magnus Carlsen and a challenger. The challenger will be the determined after a double round-robin Candidates Tournament with eight players, which will be played in March 10-28, 2018, Berlin, Germany. Place your bet on Chess Championship at Vbet Sportsbook!

Within one and a half century there were winners from around the globe. However since 2013 the World Chess Champion title solidly stuck with Norwegian player Magnus Carlsen. No wonder why online betting sites in the UK including Vbet Sportsbook put him on the top. Find the best chess betting odds below.

Bet on Chess Championship in 2018 with Vbet Sportsbook!

Bookies’ favourites to win World Chess Championship:
Well, like the one famous song says: “there’s nothing left to say”. Carlsen’s supremacy is obvious, no one else has his 1.60 odds or something close to it.

A chess prodigy, Carlsen earned his grandmaster title at the age of 13 years and 148 days. Carlsen was introduced to chess at the age of 5 and played in his first tournament at the age of 8. He reached No.1 in the FIDE rankings in 2010, becoming the youngest person ever to achieve those feats.

We have a new Kasparov here, don’t we? The next three players significantly dropped to 9.00, which is nothing compared to Carlesn’s 1.60. But in this situation, I’d rather credit it to Carlsen’s success rather than to Nakamura’s or So’s or Aronian’s loss.

The Best of the Best

Levon Aronian was ranked World No.2 and had an Elo rating of 2830, making him the fourth highest rated player in history. Aronian won the FIDE World Cup in 2005 and the 2017. He led the Armenian national team to the gold medals in the Chess Olympiads of 2006, 2008 and 2012 and at the World Team Chess Championship in Ningbo 2011 and it’s not the end of his track record.

Despite of Nakamura’s chess betting odds, he is a four-time US Chess Champion, who won the 2011 edition of Tata Steel Group A and represented the US at five Chess Olympiads, winning a team gold medal and two team bronze medals.

Wesley So is another good option if you want to bet on chess champion. The current US Chess Champion, a former chess prodigy, So became the youngest player to pass 2600 Elo rating in October 2008, breaking the record previously held by Magnus Carlsen.

Fabiano Caruana has 13.00, but as for me, it’s a bit unfair. A chess prodigy, Caruana became a grandmaster at the age of 14 years - the youngest grandmaster in the history of both Italy and the United States at the time.

Check out Vbet Sportsbook and other online betting sites in the UK to find the best chess betting odds for you!
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