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GM Kasparov (Russia) - GM Topalov (Bulgaria) FF Fisher Chess 960

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Chess 960 Variants World Cup на lichess.org

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Chess 960 Basic principles to defeat an International Master

Here is how I defeated an International using strong chess principles and ideas. (Spanish audio)

He aquí mi victoria contra un maestro internacional haciendo uso de principios ajedrecísticos básicos, pero poderosos.
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[RU] Chess960 Shield Arena на lichess.org

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Wesley So beats Anish Giri / Champions Showdown Chess960 2018 / Round 1.2

Champions Showdown Chess960 2018 Round 1.2

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Wesley So reveals how he beat Magnus Carlsen 4-0 to become the Fischer Random World Champion

At the 1st official Fischer Random World Championships which were held in Norway from October 26th to 2nd of November, Magnus Carlsen was the clear favourite. He is the strongest player in the world and if you took out the opening theory from the game, it seemed almost certain that he would crush just about any opposition.

However, something quite unbelievable happened. In the finals, Wesley So beat Magnus Carlsen 4-0 and became the first Official Fischer Random World Champion. How did he do it? Before the opening ceremony of the Tata Steel Chess India 2019 we caught up with Wesley So and analyzed three of his wins against Magnus.

In this video you get excellent insights into how one of the best Chess960 players in the world actually thinks. How does he perceive the random opening positions, how does he prepare for them and how does he calculate lines when no concrete solutions look possible! Enjoy this interview by IM Sagar Shah with the first official Fischer Random World Champion Wesley So.

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Wesley So vs Topalov | Champions Showdown Chess 960 2019

Title: Wesley So vs Topalov | Champions Showdown Chess 960 2019

Hello Chess Friends and Welcome to the Channel. In today's video a Fischer Random game from the Champions Showdown Chess 960. Wesley So with the White pieces against VeseliN Topalov with Black. Let's analyze the starting position. In the previous fischer random video, I gave some tips on how to open the game. Center control and fast piece development are still the most important goals, but a rapid piece development is even more important than the center.


1. c4 {controls the center and the queen can already move} (1. d4 {probably
the best move in this starting position. Controls the center and opens a
diagonal for the queen}) (1. b4 {is another great first move}) 1... c5 {
same idea} 2. b3 b6 3. Ngf3 {white will probably castle short, so he must
develop the kingside} Ngf6 4. g3 Qc7 5. Bg2 d6 6. Nc2 {white is ready to castle
} e5 7. O-O Be7 8. e3 {Wesley is ready to attack the bind on d4} e4 {an
inaccurancy} 9. Ng5 Rf8 {Black can't castle short anymore} 10. f3 exf3 11. Nxf3
O-O-O {long castle} 12. b4 Be4 13. Rd1 Qb7 14. Nce1 {a beautiful exchange
sacrifice} ({with} 14. Nfe1 Bxg2 15. Nxg2 Ne4 {f5 will come. White is a bit
better but Black is ready to play his counterattack on the kingside}) 14...
Bxb1 15. Qxb1 Qc7 {moves away from the bishop x-ray attack} 16. Nd3 {Wesley So
sacrificed the exchange for the most active black piece, the bishop. Now white
has three active pieces and the attack against the King on the queenside} h6 {
controlling g5} 17. a4 g5 18. a5 Nd7 19. axb6 Nxb6 20. bxc5 dxc5 21. Nfe5 Rd6
22. Nxc5 {another little tactic} Qxc5 23. d4 Qa3 24. c5 Qxe3+ 25. Kh1 Nc7 26.
cxd6 Bxd6 27. Qf5+ Kd8 (27... Kb8 28. Nc6+ Kb7 29. Rb1 Qd2 30. Ne5+ Ka6 31.
Qf1+ Ka5 32. Nc4+ Nxc4 33. Qxc4 Re8) 28. Nxf7+ {Topalov resigns. It's more
than plus 4. Let's briefly watch two possible continuations} Rxf7 (28... Ke7 {
the Knight can move and capture the bishop} 29. Nxd6 Rxf5 30. Nxf5+) 29. Qxf7 {
white, with the rook on the board and the attack has a great advantage.} 1-0


A nice short game of Fischer Random with Wesley So that keeps playing well. I'm curious to see what will happen at Fischer Random World Chess Championship in Norway. I hope that you liked the game and that you enjoy chess960. Today's video is over, thank you very much for watchig and see you soon.


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Wesley So DESTROYS Magnus Carlsen for 3 games in a row at Fischer Random Chess Finals!

Wesley So has completed a sweep of Day 2 in Fischer Random Chess Finals at Norway.

Wins 3 games in a row against Magnus starting with the win at Day 1.

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Xadrez amalucado e divertido Chess960

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Champions Showdown: Chess960 (2º día)

Garry Kasparov se enfrenta a Fabiano Caruana en la Champions Showdown: Chess960 del club de Saint Louis. Comentarios de Pepe Cuenca. #ajedrez #chess #kasparov

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Champions Showdown: Chess960 (3er día)

Garry Kasparov se enfrenta a Fabiano Caruana en la Champions Showdown: Chess960 del club de Saint Louis. Comentarios de Pepe Cuenca. #ajedrez #chess #kasparov

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Chess960 - Wesley So vs Tomashevsky | Fischer Random Chess 2019 Qualifiers

Title: Chess960 - Wesley So vs Tomashevsky | Fischer Random Chess 2019 Qualifiers

Hello Chess Friends and Welcome to The Channel. In today's video we will talk about Chess960 or Fischer Random Chess.

This year, for the first time in history, we will have a formal world championship tournament for this chess variant invented by Bobby Fischer and announced in 1996. Yesterday Wesley So qualified for the quarterfinals that will begin on October 4th.

Before watching his game against Evgeny Tomashevsky, let's briefly recap the major Fischer Random CHESS RULES.

For the starting position there are only two simple rules: The white king is placed somewhere between the two white rooks. The white bishops are placed on opposite-colored squares. Fischer random chess allows each player to castle once per game. After castling, the rook and king's final positions are exactly the same positions as they would be in standard chess. However, castling may only occur under the following conditions. King and Rook Unmoved, King not under check, All the squares between the king's initial and final squares are not under attack. No pieces between King and rook. The finalsquares of the king and the rook must be vacant.


Now Let's start with a quick analysis of the starting position. It seems easier to castle long than short, so both players must pay attention not to advance too much the queenside pawns if they like to castle long. Second thing to notice. In classical chess, the goal of the opening is to conquer the center and activate the pieces as soon as possible. It seems to me that in fischer random those two goals are still the most important but, activating the pieces is even more important than conquering the center. Let's watch the moves that stockfish suggests to the white player to properly open the game: e4, a4 and c3 to activate the queen, f3 and f4. Ng3. Now it's time to watch the game together. Wesley So with White against Tomashevsky with a rating of 2718 with Black.


1. e4 {controlling the center and opening the diagonal for the light square
bishop} e5 2. f3 f6 3. Ng3 Ng6 4. c3 Ne6 5. d4 c6 (5... exd4 6. cxd4 Bf7 7. Qc2
{the center is in white's hands and the c-file is open with a little advantage
for white but Black will probably castle short}) 6. Qc2 Qc7 7. dxe5 Nxe5 8. Ne3
O-O-O 9. O-O-O Bc5 10. Ngf5 d6 11. Kb1 Kb8 12. Bf2 g6 {an inaccurancy} (12...
Bf7) 13. Nh6 Bb6 14. Bg3 Nc5 15. f4 Nf7 16. Nxg8 {the bishop pair is gone} Rxg8
17. Nc4 {also the second bishop is lost and if Wesley So will be able to open
the position, it will be a win for white} Rge8 18. b4 Ne6 19. Qb3 {White is
better. What to play as Black? Now Ng7 and then double the rooks on the e-file
could be an idea} Qe7 20. Nxb6 axb6 21. a4 g5 22. Bf2 gxf4 23. Bxb6 Nc7 24. b5
Ne5 25. Qb4 Qf7 {prevents at least for now Qa5} 26. Kb2 (26. Qa5 Qb3+) 26... d5
27. Qa5 Kc8 28. g3 {not a bad move but Bxc7 is better} (28. Bxc7 Qxc7 29. b6
Qd6 {leaving d7 to the King} 30. g3 fxg3 31. Bh3+ {wins the exchange} Rd7)
28... dxe4 {a mistake} 29. Bxc7 Rxd1 30. Rxd1 Nd3+ (30... Qxc7 31. b6 Qb8 32.
Bh3+ Nd7 33. Bxd7+ Kd8 34. Qc5 Re7 35. Bxc6+ Kc8 36. Qf5+ Rd7 37. Qxd7#) 31.
Bxd3 exd3 32. Bxf4 {White is a piece up and Black resigns.} 1-0


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Aronian beats Nakamura in Chess 960 and Naka gets upset

Levon Aronian ended day 1 of Champions Showdown with a score of 3.5-0.5 against Hikaru Nakamura. In round 2, Aronian defeated Nakamura in a winning rook endgame. Nakamura got up from his chair before resigning and then said something to Aronian before leaving the playing arena. What did Nakamura say to Aronian before leaving? We will leave it up to you to figure it out.

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Champions Showdown: Chess960: ¡Garry Kasparov vs Fabiano Caruana!

Garry Kasparov se enfrenta a Fabiano Caruana en la Champions Showdown: Chess960 del club de Saint Louis. Comentarios de Pepe Cuenca. #ajedrez #chess #kasparov

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Naka - the chess960 beast awakens! | Nakamura vs Aronian, Chess 9LX

Hikaru Nakamura avenged his previous days losses against Levon Aronian by launching a faster attack in round 10 in Champions Showdown Chess 9LX in a blitz match.

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