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Maggie C's a DIY.
Yeah 1st link still not working.
2nd link has some chess cartoons but my lack of knowledge on comtemporary grandmasters means I didn't really get the references.
"Caruana is in Magnus's right hand, Karjakin is in his left, representing the score: 1st: Magnus, 2nd, Caruana, 3rd, Karjakin"
It's Caruana and Radjabov on the bandages, representing his losses to them. The final result was 1st: Carlsen, 2nd: Caruana, 3rd: Nakamura, 4th: Radjabov, 5th: Karjakin, 6th: Mamedyarov.
Well, as far as I can say about the strange word "Ajeto", in Czech language the phrase "A je to!" means "And it's done!" But I don't suppose this is the right answer...:)
What does Ajeto! mean?
(Caruana is in Magnus's right hand, Karjakin is in his left, representing the score: 1st: Magnus, 2nd, Caruana, 3rd, Karjakin.)
unfortunately after clicking the first link it reads
The requested URL /reports/introducing-jose-diaz-cartoonist-for-chessvibes/ was not found on this server.
Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
:P another brilliant one
Nice Cartoon; note the two bandages for two losses!!
Because Thor is the norse god of thunder.
He's going to need a bigger trophy shelf...
Why does Carlsen look suspiciousl like Thor?
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