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Play Chess Against The Next FIDE World Champion

Play Chess Against The Next FIDE World Champion

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The 2023 FIDE World Championship is starting soon, with the first move happening this Sunday, April 9. While you wait to see who becomes the next world champion, why not play chess against our FIDE World Championship bots? 

Go to our Play Computer page to play against Ian Nepomniachtchi and the newly launched Ding Liren bots. They will both be free for all our members from now until the end of the event, so take this opportunity to celebrate the FIDE World Championship and play against the future world champion.

Below you can learn more about our FIDE World Championship bots.


Ian

Playing strength: 2795.

Ian Nepomniachtchi is a Russian grandmaster and 2023 challenger to the world championship. How will you do against one of the very best players in the world?

Ian Nepomniachtchi bot chess.com

Ding Liren

Playing strength: 2788.

Ding Liren is a super-grandmaster, Candidates Tournament runner-up, and 2023 FIDE World Championship challenger. Do you have what it takes to battle China’s strongest player?

Ding Liren Chess bot
Who do you think will become the next world champion? Let us know in the comment section below!

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