Win "An Evening With Magnus Carlsen"

  • SonofPearl
  • on 7/22/12, 12:21 AM.

Magnus Carlsen official website 2 full with crop.jpgPRESS RELEASE

1000Passions and Chess NYC have arranged for a unique opportunity to meet Magnus in person on August 23rd!

Join Magnus for a fascinating evening of chess, filled with lecture, historic game analysis, and play. As a highlight of the evening, Magnus will simultaneously play against 10 randomly selected attendees.

The evening will conclude with a cocktail hour in which you'll be able to mingle with Magnus and other world-class Grandmasters.

From July 19th to August 2nd, you can enter to win a spot at this exclusive event!
Simply leave a comment on the Magnus Carlsen page on our site telling us why you want to win!

Transportation and Accomodations not included. For official rules, click here.

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  • 4 years ago


    @Wrinn: As it says in the article, transportation and Accomodations are NOT included in the promotion. 

  • 4 years ago


    Does winning include the cost of the return flight and hotel?

  • 4 years ago


  • 4 years ago


    ride the lightning

  • 4 years ago


    Re: Sicilian101. The promo is separate from the actual event. If you leave a comment at the bottom of the page on our site, ( you are entered in a promotion where we will select someone that gets to attend the event for free. At the event, we will also pick 10 people from within the attendees who will play against Magnus simultaneously.This is a small event, so everyone will have a chance to meet Magnus too!Hope that helps clear things up.

  • 4 years ago


    I hope Magnus joins the next WCC. 

  • 4 years ago


    Its a golden chance to meet carlsen & get some valuable direction...
  • 4 years ago


    Try contacting mluke3 for more information.

  • 4 years ago


    A bit confused about the selection process. I thought the even was free and 10 lucky people will be selected randomly. But I went to the official website and it says per person is $235! So does that mean one has to pay that much regardless of if they get selected or not?

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