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World Chess Champions
The Complete Guide
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World Chess Champions[edit]

The Complete Guide[edit]

Overview
World Chess Champions
List of World Chess Champions
(1886–1894) – Wilhelm Steinitz
(1894–1921) – Emanuel Lasker
(1921–1927) – José Raúl Capablanca
(1927–1935) – Alexander Alekhine
(1935–1937) – Max Euwe
(1937–1946) – Alexander Alekhine
(1948–1957) – Mikhail Botvinnik
(1957–1958) – Vasily Smyslov
(1958–1960) – Mikhail Botvinnik
(1960–1961) – Mikhail Tal
(1961–1963) – Mikhail Botvinnik
(1963–1969) – Tigran Petrosian
(1969–1972) – Boris Spassky
(1972–1975) – Bobby Fischer
(1975–1985) – Anatoly Karpov
(1985–2000) – Garry Kasparov
(2000–2007) – Vladimir Kramnik
(2007–2013) – Viswanathan Anand
(2013– ) – Magnus Carlsen
Miscellany
World Chess Championship