Norway Chess 2023 points table standings, results today, round 5 schedule, date, time, draw, live stream telecast

Norway Chess 2023 points table standings, results today, round 5 schedule, date, time, draw, live stream telecast

With yet another classical victory, Fabiano Caruana has extended his lead at the top to humongous four points, we examine the latest results, round 5 schedule, standings, prize money, & streaming details of the Norway Chess 2023

On Sunday, the fifth-round ties of the 2023 Norway Chess will be played where leader Fabiano Caruana will face-off against Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and the defending champion Magnus Carlsen will play against Dutch star Anish Giri. In the other ties, Indian prodigy Gukesh is scheduled to clash against Nodirbek Abdusattorov, while Wesley So will entertain Alireza Firouzja.

Norway Chess 2023 points table standings, results today, round 5 schedule, date, time, draw and live stream telecast

2023 Norway Chess round 5 schedule, date, time, venue, & latest standings

By defeating Alireza Firouzja with black pieces in the classical game, Fabiano Caruana extended his lead at the top to four points. With this win, Caruana also climbed to the second position in the world rankings by overtaking Firouzja. At the 2023 Norway Chess, Caruana has won three of his four classical matches and hence, he is sitting comfortably at the top with 10.5/12 points.

However, all other fourth-round ties were decided through Armageddon as Hikaru Nakamura came out on top against Anish Giri to sit second with 6.5 points. Meanwhile, Abdusattorov lost his Armageddon match against Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Wesley So emerged victorious against bottom-placed Aryan Tari. In the most exciting Armageddon match of Saturday, Magnus Carlsen survived Gukesh’s tricky play before emerging victorious in the Armageddon. Following these results from Saturday, Carlsen is sitting eighth with 4.5 points and Gukesh is sitting fourth with 5.5 points.

  1. Fabiano Caruana: 10.5 Points
  2. Hikaru Nakamura: 6.5 Points
  3. Alireza Firouzja: 6 Points
  4. Dommaraju Gukesh: 5.5 Points
  5. Anish Giri: 5 Points
  6. Nodirbek Abdusattorov: 5 Points
  7. Wesley So: 5 Points
  8. Magnus Carlsen: 4.5 Points
  9. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov: 4 Points
  10. Aryan Tari: 2 Points

Norway Chess 2023: fourth-round results (3rd June)

Anish Giri 1-1.5 Hikaru Nakamura

Aryan Tari 1-1.5 Wesley So


Nodirbek Abdusattorov 1.5-1 Shakhriyar Mamedyarov

Alireza Firouzja 0-3 Fabiano Caruana

Dommaraju Gukesh 1-1.5 Magnus Carlsen

2023 Norway Chess: fifth-round schedule (from 8:30 PM IST, 4th June)

Nodirbek Abdusattorov vs Dommaraju Gukesh


Fabiano Caruana vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov

Wesley So vs Alireza Firouzja

Hikaru Nakamura vs Aryan Tari


Magnus Carlsen vs Anish Giri

Norway Chess 2023: prize money & participants list

The prize fund for the 2023 Norway Chess will be 2,500,000 NOK, with the champion receiving around 7,50,000 NOK. In the meanwhile, the competition’s runner-up will get 4,000,00 NOK. The following is how the total prize money for the Norway Chess will be distributed:

Rank  Prize Money (in NOK)
1 750,000
2 400,000
3 250,000
4 200,000
5 180,000
6 170,000
7 160,000
8 140,000
9 130,000
10 120,000

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