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Play Chess Against Nepomniachtchi And Caruana Bots

Play Chess Against Nepomniachtchi And Caruana Bots

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Special note: From November 23 through the end of the 2021 FIDE World Championship, these two bots as well as the GM Robert Hess bot will be free for all Chess.com members!

The 2021 FIDE World Championship is quickly approaching and everyone is anxiously waiting for the first move of what could be one of the most thrilling matches in history. While you wait for the games to start, why not play chess with challenger GM Ian Nepomniachtchi's bot? You can also face the bot for the 2018 World Championship Challenger, 2021 FIDE World Championship Chess.com commentator, and 2022 candidate GM Fabiano Caruana!

 

 

Go to our Play Computer page and challenge the legendary players who are among the biggest threats to GM Magnus Carlsen's throne. You can find both of the new bots in the Top Players section:

Ian and Fabi Chess.com bots

Here is a quick look at each of the new bots:

Ian Bot

Playing strength: 2800

Ian Nepomniachtchi is the 2021 challenger for the FIDE World Championship and the best player in Russia. How will you do against this aggressive super-grandmaster?

Ian Nepo Nepomniachtchi Bot

Fabiano Bot

Playing strength: 2840

Fabiano Caruana is one of the world's strongest players and the top player in the USA. Do you think you have a chance against the 2018 World Championship challenger?

Fabiano Fabi Caruana Bot

Go to Chess.com/Play/Computer now to play against the new bots! While you are there, try out other bot personalities like IM Danny Rensch, GM Hikaru Nakamura, the Pog Champions, and more!

Will Caruana be able to beat his own bot during Chess.com's 2021 FIDE World Championship coverage? Tune in to find out!

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