They think it’s all over …?

… but it’s still going on and will be for some time.

World Champion Magnus Carlsen tops the 128-player field for the most enjoyable and democratic event in the chess calendar when the World Cup starts next Sunday in Tbilisi, Georgia. The huge knockout will see almost a month of non-stop action, with the complete world elite fighting for a $120,000 top prize and two places in the 2018 Candidates Tournament.

There are a few ways to watch it but none of them are great in my humble opinion.  Please comment below if you know different/better.

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