Two years, two months and 10 days later,

Magnus Carlsen

lost a game, ending a formidable streak of 125 consecutive victories.

The world champion fell to the Polish

Jan-Krzysztof Duda

on the fifth day of the Altaway Norway Chess, where on Friday he had beaten

Fabiano Caruana

, number two in the world ranking.

The Norwegian, with black, had to surrender after 63 movements before a young prodigy that he could already solve a few minutes before.

His final move with the tower confirmed the big surprise at the Clarion Hotel Energy in the city of Stavanger, host of the prestigious tournament until next Friday.

Carlsen's last defeat dated from July 31, 2018, when he fell to

Shakhriyar Mamedyarov

at the Biel Chess Festival, whose title fell to the Azeri grandmaster.

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