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Planning to import furniture from suppliers in Vietnam? In this article, you will learn everything importers must know about Vietnamese furniture and homeware factories:

  • Top Vietnamese Furniture Manufacturers
  • Product Categories & Materials
  • Supplier Directories, Wholesalers & Trade Shows
  • How to place your first order

Overview of Furniture Produced in Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the largest manufacturing and exporting countries for furniture. You’ll find suppliers for a wide range of furniture, including:

  • Wooden Furniture
  • Home Furniture
  • Office Furniture
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Bathroom Furniture
  • Rattan Furniture
  • Wicker Furniture
  • Eucalyptus furniture

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List of Vietnamese Furniture Factories

Below follows an overview of some of Vietnam’s leading furniture factories. Notice that we are not affiliated with any of the listed factories.

Further, some of these companies only manufacture products for established brands.

MINH DUONG FURNITURE CORP

Minh Duong Furniture Corp ranks among the largest manufacturing companies in Vietnam that manufacture and exports indoor furniture. It was founded in 2002, but within a decade, it emerged as an industry leader in the local manufacturing industry.

The company, Minh Duong Co. Ltd, was started as a family business by the two brothers, Mr. Duong Minh Chinh and Mr. Duong Minh Dinh. Initially, the small company manufactured furniture for the local market, but within a couple of years, they become 100% export-oriented business. The head office is situated in Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province.

Today, Minh Duong Co. Ltd. owns multiple subsidiaries and four factories, all working in the furniture manufacturing industry. Some known companies under the Minh Duong Co. Ltd are Chu Lai, Thanh Duong, Tam Binh, and Minh Duong Furniture Trading Corporation. They started with only 50 employees in 2002 but now have more than 2000 employees.

Minh Duong Furniture Corp offers a wide range of products that include:

  • Dining sets
  • Living room furniture
  • Bedroom furniture
  • Other types of custom furniture

In addition to a wide range of products, they are also recognized by many international brands for their quality and high standards of the manufacturing process. They are ISO 9002-8000 certified, FSC accredited, and have passed Target Stores and Walmart Stores Audit for Yellow rating,

Dewberry

Dewberry is one of the leading furniture exporters in Vietnam known for its French style and hand-made furniture. It is owned by a French company, Country Corner that was founded in 1970. The manufacturer has three factories all located in and around Ho Chi Minh City with more than 800 employees.

The company also works in partnership with the French Interior’s Group. All the furniture produced in Deberry factories in Vietnam is designed by Interior’s Group in France.

Dewberry manufactures almost all types of furniture products under 23 furniture categories and collections that include Romance, Rose, Perle, Heritage, Escale, Brocante, Armchairs & Sofas, Couture, Domaine, and a few more.

All the products produced by Dewberry are FSC certified. The minimum order quantity is five for standard (ODM) products.

Woodnet

Woodnet is another major Vietnam based furniture exporter that exports its products to 32 countries all over the world. The head office of the company is based in Ho Chi Minh City. It was founded in 2006 as a 100% exporter of furniture products.

They currently export to Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and some other Asian countries.

Woodnet is most known for its high-quality bedroom furniture, living room furniture, and dining furniture. They offer a wide range of furniture and designs, including 25 collections, and add eight new designs to their collections every day.

Their furniture collections are made of Sheesham, reclaimed pine, white oak, acacia, and other high-quality timbers. You can also find furniture designs with a combination of metal and timber finishes.

They also design furniture in vintage, industrial, and contemporary designs.

The minimum order amount is 20 pieces per item. You can also check out their huge showroom in Ho Chi Minh City.

Thinh Phu Furniture

Unlike the first three manufacturers on our list that manufactures indoor furniture, Thinh Phu is known for its high-quality outdoor furniture that is exported to more than a dozen countries. The factory and head office of the company is based in Quy Nhon City, Binh Dinh Province.

Thinh Phu Furniture is a subsidiary of Thinh Phu Imex., Co. Ltd. which was founded in 2014. The company’s annual revenue is between USD 1 to 2.5 million.

Thinh Phu Furniture manufactures a wide range of outdoor furniture and accessories that include:

  • Outdoor tables
  • Sun loungers
  • Garden chairs
  • Outdoor flooring
  • Benches
  • Wood pallet
  • Custom furniture based on the client’s design (OEM and Private Label)

The wood and timber used are from both FSC and non-FSC sources, mostly acacia and eucalyptus.

The production lead time is 55 days for return customers and 60 days for new customers. The minimum order amount is 100 units per model.

Kaiser 1 Furniture Industry

Kaiser 1 Furniture Industry (Vietnam) Co., Ltd is also a furniture exporter that is known for its high-quality American bedroom furniture. They own a 300,000 square meters factory 60 km away from the center of Ho Chi Minh City. It was founded in 2004 and currently employs around 5000 employees.

Their factory is not only one of the largest in the country, but they also have some of the most advanced machinery compared to other factories in Asia. They also have their own EMC testing room and testing lab. The testing lab also does testing for other factories according to the requirements of US-based clients to meet the American standards.

With a USD 7.5 million output value a month, it is considered among the three largest American furniture manufacturers in Vietnam.

They specialize in manufacturing American-style bedroom furniture but also produce other products as listed below.

  • Dining room furniture
  • Living room furniture
  • Teenager room furniture
  • Occasional tables
  • Wall units
  • Home office furniture

It’s also an FSC certified company and also owns CARB formaldehyde emission standard certification. In addition, they test every product according to the American standards and requirements.

Their main market is North America.

ATC Craft

ATC Craft is owned by ATC Furniture Furnishings Corp, which is best known for its outdoor patio and garden furniture, but also manufactures indoor furniture. It specializes in manufacturing wicker furniture. It was established in 2006 in Ho Chi Minh City and currently employs around 300 people. Almost 80% of their products are for exports.

Their furniture is made of Water Hyacinth, while the range of products they offer include:

  • PVC rattan furniture
  • Rattan wicker and garden outdoor furniture
  • Patio furniture
  • Sofa sets
  • Bedroom furniture
  • Dining furniture
  • Coffee or bar sets
  • Custom furniture based on client’s design

ATC Craft is certified by ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004.

Saigon River Factory

Saigon River Factory is situated in Tan Uyen, Prov Binh Duong. SRF manufactures export quality furniture, decoration items, lighting products, and tiles. It was founded in 1998 by two foreign nationals, Hedwig Pira and Peter Arts.

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The list of their manufactured products is as follows.

  • Indoor furniture
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tableware
  • Tles
  • Decoration items
  • Chairs, shelves, planters

They currently export their products to North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and Australia,

Hoang Moc Furniture

Hoang Moc Furniture Co., Ltd is another major manufacturer and exporter of indoor furniture. It was founded in 2010 and based in Binh Thanh ward, Ho Chi Minh City. Their two factories are located in Di An Town and Thuan An Town, Binh Duong Province.

Most of their products are made of pine timber, acacia wood, and oak wood.

Their product range includes:

  • Full range of bedroom furniture
  • Dining room furniture
  • Living room furniture
  • Home office furniture
  • Custom furniture based on client’s design

Other than that, you also have an option to choose from 27 different furniture collections.

The average lead time per order is around 40 days.

Furniture Trade Shows in Vietnam

There are various local supplier directories in Vietnam. That said, Alibaba.com is still the number one directory for Vietnamese suppliers, even though Alibaba is based in China.

For Rattan furniture alone, there are 286 listed factories based in Vietnam, listed on Alibaba.com. You can also find Vietnamese furniture and homewares factories listed on Globalsources.com, a Hong Kong-based supplier directory.

That being said, there is a better way to find Vietnamese manufacturers. There are several furniture and home products trade shows in Vietnam, including the Vietnam International Furniture & Home Accessories Expo (VIFA Exp) and VietnamWood.

Both trade shows are held yearly in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC).

Further, most nationalities don’t need to apply for visas before arriving in Vietnam, which makes the country very accessible.

VIFA Expo (Vietnam)

Vietnam International Furniture & Home Accessories Expo, also known as VIFA Expo, will take place in March in Ho Chi Minh City.

It is not as large as some other furniture exhibitions in Mainland China and Hong Kong, but it attracts around 10,000 visitors and more than 300 exhibitors, mostly from Vietnam. In total, exhibitors from 14 countries are expected to attend the fair.

Vietnam also offers visa-free entry to almost all European countries, including the UK, but you need a visa if you’re traveling from North America or Australia. In total, Vietnam offers visa-free entry to the citizens of 24 countries.

You can also explore a lot of furniture categories in this event that include:

  • Furniture & wood materials
  • Handicrafts
  • Home decor

The event takes place once a year.

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC), 799 Nguyen Van Linh St., Tan Phu W., Dist. 7, HCMC

VietnamWood

VietnamWood exhibition will take place in September 2019 in Ho Chi Minh City. The event takes place once every two years.

In 2017, around 380 exhibitors attended the event, 79% of whom were from other countries. The event was also attended by more than 11,000 visitors.

You can mostly explore woodworking equipment in this exhibition that includes furniture manufacturing equipment, woodworking materials & consumables, tools, and other similar products.

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC), 799 Nguyen Van Linh Parkway, Tan Phu Ward, Dist.7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Can I buy from furniture wholesalers?

There are many furniture wholesalers, that can sell ‘ready-made’ products directly from the warehouse. However, many furniture wholesalers sell products made for the domestic market in Vietnam.

Such products may not comply with fire safety regulations, which prohibits you from importing them.

Further, many wholesalers are not familiar with exporting furniture overseas, which can make the process slow and complicated.

For most importers, it makes more sense to go directly to export-oriented factories, rather than local wholesalers or stores.

Are Vietnamese suppliers cheaper than those in other countries?

Vietnam is a low-cost country, but so are practically all countries in the region.

However, compared to their competitors in Thailand and China, Vietnamese furniture suppliers tend to be cheaper.

That said, don’t expect to cut 50% compared to what you’d pay in other countries. At best, a Vietnamese supplier can quote a price that’s 10 to 15% lower than those in China or Thailand.

How the process works

Below follows a brief overview of the entire procurement process.

1. Custom design or factory designed furniture?

Do you intend to import custom designed or standard furniture? Buying a custom-designed product is far more complicated, as you must provide the following:

  • Design drawing
  • Bill of materials
  • Material specification

You can’t expect the factory do develop your products for you.

In addition, some factories also require a larger order volume when buying custom-designed furniture.

For example, some Vietnamese furniture factories only have a 5 pcs MOQ for standard designs, while they require at least 50 pcs for custom designs.

For most importers, it makes more sense to go for a factory designed product.

2. Fly to Vietnam and visit factories

Importing furniture samples will cost you a lot more, compared to flying over to Vietnam and visiting the suppliers.

Furniture manufacturers always have showrooms, where you can take a close look at their different factory designs.

Some of these suppliers even have their showroom in Ho Chi Minh City, while the factory is on the outskirts.

As I already mentioned, most nationalities don’t need a visa to enter.

You can get a visa exemption stamp, valid for 2 weeks, or apply for a longer visa (3, 6 or 12 months) in the airport.

3. Can they ensure product compliance?

Planning to import furniture to the United States or the European Union? Then you may need to ensure compliance with various chemical regulations, and fire safety standards.

My impression is that Vietnamese suppliers, especially those who have western management, tend to have a good understanding of these regulations.

But far from all suppliers do.

Check existing test reports to ensure that the supplier is capable of manufacturing ‘compliant furniture’.

You should request these documents before you visit the supplier. You don’t want to waste your time on suppliers that can’t make compliant goods.

4. Negotiate order terms and prices

You should request quotations and negotiate prices while you are in the factory.

Vietnamese suppliers are used to price negotiations, and are not offended if you try to haggle.

As long as you are polite, and can present a strong case for a price reduction, you can cut down as much as 8 to 10%.

However, don’t try to negotiate too hard, or the supplier may give in, but use cheap and substandard materials instead.

5. Place a test order

You can select factory designed furniture directly from their showrooms, and prepare a sample order of 5 to 10 units.

Even if you buy a factory designed product, you must still confirm the following:

  • Design drawings
  • Material (i.e., wood types)
  • Bill of materials
  • Paints and coatings
  • Product regulations (i.e., REACH)

You need a complete spec sheet to avoid misunderstandings.

Order terms should also be negotiated and confirmed on the spot:

  • Payment terms (30% Deposit, 70% Balance is standard)
  • Shipping terms (i.e, FCA Ho Chi Minh City)
  • Quality check terms
  • Export packaging
  • Bank account details
  • Production time
  • Late delivery clause

All terms shall be clearly specified in a sales contract, that is to be signed and stamped by the supplier.

Just like in China, Vietnamese companies use red company seals to sign contracts.

6. Quality Inspections

The production time in most factories is around 40 to 50 days. You can, of course, decide to stay around in the country and inspect the products yourself.

However, most importers work with local quality inspection companies, that go to the factory to check the furniture before shipment.

They can check the following:

  • Dimensions
  • Design (take photos)
  • Fire safety tests
  • Scratch tests
  • Visual inspection (scratches, dust and damages)
  • Export packaging

There are many inspection companies present in Vietnam, especially in and around Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Expect to pay around US$400 for a 1-day inspection, including transportation costs.

Here are some companies offering furniture inspections in Vietnam

  • Sofeast
  • Bureau Veritas InSpec
  • Pro QC
  • HQTS
  • QIMA

[Update] FIDE World Chess Championship 2021: Carlsen-Nepomniachtchi | vietnam master championship – Vietnamnhanvan

FIDE World Chess Championship 2021: Carlsen-Nepomniachtchi

This guide contains all the information about the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship: details on Carlsen, Nepomniachtchi, schedule, results, and more.

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GM Magnus Carlsen has taken the lead in the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship after winning game six in historic fashion. The 136-move game was the longest ever played in a world championship match and saw a materially-imbalanced fight in the endgame. Carlsen’s rook, knight, and two pawns proved too much for GM Ian Nepomniachtchi’s queen. 

The match score is now in Carlsen’s favor at 3.5-2.5. Nepomniachtchi will have the white pieces in game seven, which starts at 4 a.m. Pacific/13:00 Central European Time on Saturday, December 4!

How to watch the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship Game 7 live

Coverage begins on December 5 at 4 a.m. Pacific, 7 a.m. Eastern, and 13:00 Central Europe. You can watch the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship live on Chess.com/TV and on our Twitch and YouTube channels. You can also keep up with all the details here on our live events platform

The 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship takes place November 24-December 16, 2021, alongside the World Expo in Dubai, UAE. The championship will be played for a €2 million prize fund between the reigning world champion Carlsen and the challenger Nepomniachtchi, who won the 2020-2021 FIDE Candidates Tournament.

How To Watch On Chess.com

Chess.com acquired the rights and is an official broadcast partner. On our Events page, you’ll be able to follow the live moves with computer analysis, live chat, and video commentary by grandmasters and special guests. GM Fabiano Caruana is just one of the world-class commentators who will be joining the team for this event. Other experts joining the team include GM Robert Hess, IM Danny Rensch, and four-time world champion GM Hou Yifan.

Daily news recaps will be posted on the Chess.com news pages with an in-depth grandmaster analysis of the games. Further recap videos will be published on YouTube with more GM analysis.

You can also enjoy the event’s live coverage with expert commentary in multiple languages. Star commentators like GMs Sergey Karjakin, Francisco Vallejo Pons, Krikor Mekhitarian, Alexandra Kosteniuk, NM Kevin Bordi, and many more!

On Facebook and Twitter, we will provide the latest news, photos, rumors, and more from the world championship.

Players

Magnus Carlsen (Norway) is the reigning world champion, who will be defending his title. He is 30 years old and has held the title since 2013 when he defeated then world champion GM Viswanathan Anand of India.

Carlsen is known as one of the biggest chess talents that ever lived. He became a grandmaster at the age of 13 years, 4 months, and 27 days. He has won numerous tournaments and has been the world’s number one player continuously since 2011.

Carlsen’s challenger is Ian Nepomniachtchi (Russia), the winner of the 2020/21 Candidates Tournament. The two-time Russian champion finished second in the 2019 FIDE Grand Prix, which qualified him for the Candidates Tournament that began in March of 2020 and concluded in April 2021. Nepomniachtchi won the tournament with a round to spare, finishing at 8.5/14. 

Final Standings

#
Fed
Name
Rtg
Perf
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pts

1

Ian Nepomniachtchi
2774
2849



½½
10
½½
½1
11
8.5/14

2

Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
2767
2824

½½
½0

½0
½1
½1
8.0/14

3

Anish Giri
2763
2799

½½

½1
½1
½0
10
½1
7.5/14

4

Fabiano Caruana
2842
2789
½½
½1
½0


½½

½1
7.5/14

5

Ding Liren
2805
2769
01

½0

½1
½1

7.0/14

6

Alexander Grischuk
2777
2773
½½
½1
½1
½½
½0

½0
½½
7.0/14

7

Kirill Alekseenko
2698
2708
½0
½0
01

½0
½1

½½
5.5/14

8

Wang Hao
2762
2674
00
½0
½0
½0

½½
½½

5.0/14

(Tiebreaks: 1. Mutual score, 2. Number of wins, 3. Sonneborn-Berger.)

Nepomniachtchi has had more success than most against Carlsen. Both were born in 1990 and they played three times in youth events from 2002-03, with Nepomniachtchi winning twice. He also defeated Carlsen at the 2011 Tata Steel tournament and the 2017 London Chess Classic. Nepomniachtchi’s overall score against Carlsen in classical time controls is +4 -1 =6.

Results

Fed
Name
Rtg
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
Score

Magnus Carlsen
2855

½

½

.

½

½

½

1

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Ian Nepomniachtchi
2782

½

½

.

½

½

½

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

Rounds

Game six

The first decisive game of the match came in game six, where Carlsen won the longest game in world chess championship history. The marathon 136-move game saw some new ideas in the 1.d4 opening, and then the material imbalance began when Carlsen exchanged his queen for two rooks. Later, the material balance transformed again and the game entered an interesting endgame with Carlsen pressing with a rook, knight, and two pawns against Nepomniachtchi’s queen—eventually breaking through for the first win in a world championship match (in a classical time control) in over five years. You can see the full report here.

Game five

Nepomniactchi once more played the Ruy Lopez, but Carlsen deviated from his previous game with the black pieces by playing 8…Rb8 instead of 8…Bb7. Despite Nepomniachtchi gaining a slight advantage out of the opening, Carlsen’s defensive skills guaranteed the Norwegian a draw. Here is the full report from Peter Doggers here.

Nepomniachtchi and Carlsen drew the fifth game of the match. Photo: Maria Emelianova/Chess.com.

Game four

Carlsen played 1.e4 for the first time in the match and Nepomniachtchi replied with the solid Petroff Defense. Carlsen tried a forcing line, but it didn’t produce any advantage and Nepomniachtchi drew the game comfortably. You can read the full report here.

Nepomniachtchi in the post-game press conference. Photo: Maria Emelianova/Chess.com.

Game three

Nepomniachtchi tried the Ruy Lopez again in the third game but did not gain any advantage. Chess.com commentator Caruana called the game “accurate” and the game liquidated to an equal endgame. Here is Peter Doggers’ full report.

Nepomniachtchi and Carlsen shaking hands before their third game. Photo: Maria Emelianova/Chess.com.

Game two: Carlsen-Nepomniachtchi 1/2-1/2

Carlsen played the Catalan in the second game and sacrificed a pawn and then an exchange. The unbalanced position looked promising for both sides at different points in the game, but was ultimately drawn. Here is the full report from Tatiana Flores.

The post-game interview. Photo: Maria Emelianova/Chess.com.

Game one: Nepomniachtchi-Carlsen 1/2-1/2

The first game of the FIDE World Chess Championship match was drawn. Nepomniachtchi had a slight opening advantage but was unable to turn this into anything real because of Carlsen’s strong defense. You can see the full report by Peter Doggers here.

Carlsen and Nepomniachtchi discuss their first game. Photo: Maria Emelianova/Chess.com.

Dates And Location

The match will be held November 24-December 16, 2021 alongside the Dubai World Expo. It was supposed to start on December 20, 2020, in Dubai, UAE but got postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The match was originally planned to be held alongside the Dubai Expo, which was postponed.

Schedule

Date
Event
Los Angeles
New York
London
Paris
Moscow
Dubai
New Delhi
Beijing

Nov 24
Opening
8:00
11:00
16:00
17:00
19:00
20:00
21:30
00:00

Nov 25

Nov 26
Game 1
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Nov 27
Game 2
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Nov 28
Game 3
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Nov 29
Free day

Nov 30
Game 4
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 1
Game 5
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 2
Free day

Dec 3
Game 6
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 4
Game 7
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 5
Game 8
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 6
Free day

Dec 7
Game 9
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 8
Game 10
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 9
Free day

Dec 10
Game 11
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 11
Game 12
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 12
Game 13
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 13
Free day

Dec 14
Game 14
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 15
Tiebreak/closing
4:30
7:30
12:30
13:30
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30

Dec 16
Closing
8:00
11:00
16:00
17:00
19:00
20:00
21:30
00:00

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Prize Fund

The prize fund will be €2 million. The winner will earn 60 percent of the prize fund, and 40 percent will go to the runner-up. If the match ends in a tie after 14 games and a tiebreak will decide matters, the winner receives 55 percent and the runner-up 45 percent.

Before the start of the match, each player receives two hundred thousand euros as an upfront payment of his eventual prize money. If the match is played in the country of one of the players, then the foreign player receives one hundred thousand euros of the prize fund and the remaining prize money is shared as stated above.

Vote Contest

Every day during the FIDE World Championship, you can vote the result of the game on our Events page. Just go to go.chess.com/FWCvote and cast your vote for a chance to win $3000!

Prize distribution:

  • 1st – $3,000
  • 2nd – $2,500
  • 3rd – $1,500
  • 4th – $1,250
  • 5th – $750
  • 6th-10th – 1-year Diamond Membership
  • 11-25th – 1-month Diamond Membership

So who’s going to be the next World Champion?

Live Games

Chess.com will relay the games live on Chess.com/events and provide a live video broadcast at Chess.com/TV, Twitch.tv/chess, and Youtube.com/Chess where a team of grandmasters will bring you the latest insights, instructive explanation of the moves, interviews, behind the scenes and more.

After each game, you will find detailed news reports by our authors @PeterDoggers and our photographer Maria Emelianova (@PhotoChess, also known as MissLovaLova).

Regulations

The official regulations can be found in PDF here. These are the most important things to know:

  • The match will be played over 14 standard games. When someone reaches 7.5 points, he wins.
  • At the opening ceremony, a drawing of colors determines who will start with the white pieces.
  • The time control is 120 minutes for the first 40 moves, followed by 60 minutes for the next 20 moves and then 15 minutes for the rest of the game with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting from move 61.
  • If the scores are level after the regular 14 games, four tie-break games will be played. These are rapid games with 25 minutes for each player with an increment of 10 seconds after each move.
  • If it’s still equal, two blitz games will be played (5 minutes plus 3 seconds increment). If it’s still equal, a second pair of two blitz games will be played. If there is still no winner after five such matches, one sudden-death game will be played. The player who wins the drawing of lots may choose the color. The player with the white pieces shall receive 5 minutes, the player with the black pieces shall receive 4 minutes whereupon, after the 60th move, both players shall receive an increment of 3 seconds starting from move 61. In case of a draw, the player with the black pieces is declared the winner.
  • The players cannot draw a game by agreement before Black’s 40th move. A claim for a
    draw before Black’s 40th move is permitted only through one of the arbiters in
    the cases of a threefold repetition.

History Of The Chess World Championship

The world championship of chess has a long tradition. The first official match was held in 1886 between Johannes Zukertort and Wilhelm Steinitz. The latter won and became the first official world chess champion in history. Emanuel Lasker (Germany), Jose Raul Capablanca (Cuba), Alexander Alekhine (Russia/France), and GM Max Euwe (Netherlands) subsequently took the titles by beating the reigning champions in a match.

Alekhine won back the title but due to his death in 1946, it became vacant. FIDE organized a tournament in 1948 which was won by GM Mikhail Botvinnik (Soviet Union), who then lost his title but successfully won it back in matches against compatriots GM Vasily Smyslov and GM Mikhail Tal. After losing to GM Tigran Petrosian, Botvinnik lost the right for an automatic return match and stopped participating in the world championship cycle.

GM Boris Spassky defeated Petrosian, but with him the Soviet hegemony ended as GM Bobby Fischer (USA) famously won the Match of the Century in 1972 in Reykjavik.

Fischer with Euwe in 1972. Photo: Bert Verhoeff, Dutch National Archives, CC.

Because FIDE didn’t accept all of Fischer’s demands for a match with GM Anatoly Karpov in 1975, Fischer refused to play and forfeited his title. Karpov was declared world champion. The Russian GM remained world champion for 10 years, when he lost his second match to GM Garry Kasparov in 1985 after the first had been terminated a year earlier by FIDE when there was still no decision after 48(!) games.

Kasparov (left) shakes hands with Karpov (right) in 1985. Photo: Owen Williams, The Kasparov Agency ©, CC.

Kasparov won three more matches with Karpov but then stepped away from FIDE and played three matches under the newly founded Professional Chess Association (PCA). He defeated GM Nigel Short and GM Viswanathan Anand but lost to GM Vladimir Kramnik in 2000, who thus is considered to be the 14th classical world champion.

Karpov, GM Alexander Khalifman, Anand, GM Ruslan Ponomariov, GM Rustam Kasimdzhanov and GM Veselin Topalov won world titles in official FIDE events in the 1990s and 2000s, but these titles have been disputed because e.g. Kasparov and Kramnik did not participate, and they didn’t follow the tradition of one-to-one matches.

Meanwhile, Kramnik defended his title in 2004 against GM Peter Leko and then won a “reunification match” against Topalov in 2006. Anand took over the title from Kramnik in a tournament in 2007 in Mexico and subsequently defended it successfully in matches against Kramnik in 2008, Topalov in 2010, and GM Boris Gelfand in 2012.

GM Magnus Carlsen defeated Anand in 2013 in Chennai and successfully defended his title against the same opponent in 2014, against GM Sergey Karjakin in 2016, and against Fabiano Caruana in 2018.

Magnus Carlsen, the reigning world champion. Photo: Maria Emelianova/Chess.com.


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