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Final moments of Magnus Carlsen losing against Bu Xiangzhi at Fide World Cup 2017

Bu Xiangzhi beats Magnus Carlsen at the first game of round three of World Cup 2017.
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15-year-old Abdusattorov makes Carlsen lose his cool | World Blitz 2019

In the sixth round of the World Blitz 2019, 15-year-old Abdusattorov Nodirbek (2600) took on Magnus Carlsen (2865). In a rare moment of losing his control, Magnus Carlsen expressed his displeasure after missing a sure win.

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Magnus Carlsen's extremely angry and frustrated moments

It is very shocking that even world no. 1 chess player also gets angry when he looses the game of chess.
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The shortest game of Magnus Carlsen's chess career!

Magnus Carlsen came to the game played five moves, offered a draw to Vidit Gujrathi and it all ended in just five moves! What happened? Check out in this video as we bring you the entire footage.

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Carlsen's first defeat in Moscow | Andreikin vs Carlsen | World Blitz 2019 Round 7

Magnus Carlsen played 15 rounds of World Rapid Championship in Moscow and remained undefeated. He was on 5.5/6 in the World Blitz Championships 2019. This means that the World Champion had gone on for 21 games without a defeat. He suffered his first defeat in the seventh round of World Blitz when he lost to Dmitry Andreikin. Check out the game!

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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.

Nakamura cannot believe that he couldn't win this!

Hikaru Nakamura had been having a great day of blitz at day 1 of Tata Steel Chess India blitz 2018. He was on 6.0/8 and going into the last round he was playing the youngest opponent of the tournament 13-year-old R. Praggnanandhaa. After the opening it seemed as if Nakamura would win the game, but Pragg was a tough nut to crack! Watch how the little boy was able to save his position!

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The art of not losing against Magnus Carlsen! | Mamedov vs Carlsen

Beating Magnus Carlsen is very difficult, but also holding him to a draw is not at all easy. Rauf Mamedov is a well know blitz and rapid specialist. In this game he shows what it takes to not lose to Magnus Carlsen! He plays simple logical chess, doesn't make any blunders and liquidates at the right moment! In this way he is able to make a comfortable draw against the World Champion! Check out the video and also learn a bit about Carlsen's Scandinavian.

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What happened when Anish Giri offered a draw to Magnus Carlsen on move 4!

In round 10 of Tata Steel Chess India Blitz 2019 Magnus Carlsen offered a draw to Vidit Gujrathi on move 5 and the Indian GM accepted it. In the next round itself, round 11, Anish Giri was pitted against Carlsen. Anish played 1.d4 and offered a draw after his fourth move! If Magnus can offer a draw on move 5, why can't Anish offer it on move 4! Did Magnus accept the draw offer or not? Check out in this exciting video!

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Nepo resigns with a smile against Kramnik | World Blitz 2019

Blitz speciailist Ian Nepomniachtchi (RUS, 2826) faces former World Champion Vladimir Kramnik (RUS, 2748) in round 15 of World Blitz 2019.

The 14th World Champion won the game in style, but what was even more interesting, was Nepo's reaction after losing!

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Crying after losing is not always bad | Ft. Volodar Murzin at World Blitz 2019

13-year-old Volodar Murzin is one of the best Russian talents out there. He lost a critical game at the World Blitz Championships 2019 against Milos Perunovic. After the game he did something which was not normal, but it convinced us that he is going to be one of the best chess players in the world in the years to come. What did he do?

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Magnus Carlsen loses to an AMATEUR!

What is Antichess /Giveaway chess (Hindi) How to play Antichess | losing chess |suicide chess|#chess

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This video is regarding Losing chess (also known as antichess, the losing game, giveaway chess, suicide chess, killer chess, must-kill, take-all chess, capture chess or losums) is one of the most popular chess variants.
The objective of each player is to lose all of their pieces or be stalemated
Rules of anti chess or giveawaychess are
The rules are the same as those for standard chess, except for the following special rules:

Capturing is compulsory.
When more than one capture is available, the player may choose.
The king has no royal power and accordingly:
it may be captured as any other piece;
there is no check or checkmate;
therefore the king may expose itself to capture;
there is no castling;
a pawn may also promote to a king.
Stalemate is a win for the stalemated player (the player with no legal moves).
A player wins by being unable to make a move (which includes having no remaining pieces on the board). Apart from move repetition, draw by agreement, and the fifty-move rule, the game is also drawn when neither player can win (for example, when the only pieces remaining are bishops of opposite colors).

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Vishy Anand shocked by his former second Surya Ganguly | Tata Steel Chess India Rapid 2018

Vishy Anand and Surya Sekhar Ganguly have known each other since time immemorial. Ganguly has helped Anand win three World Championships. Hence it was very surprising that this was the first ever over the board game between Anand and Ganguly!

The Madras Tiger vs the Royal Bengal Tiger a the final round of Tata Steel Chess India 2018 Rapid.

Until this point Anand had been playing carefully and had drawn all his 8 encounters. Ganguly on the other hand had been having a nightmare having already lost five of his games! What would happen in the game? Surya played an inspiring game of chess and won in brilliant style. How did he do it? Find out in the video.

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Why chess players lose winning positions?

This video shows how while converting winning positions a player may lose control over the situation and lose the game. This includes examples from top grandmasters Vallejo Pons and Bruzon Batista from recent world cup , as well as a game between two Canadian Masters.
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When a winning position turns into a losing one | Matlakov vs Vidit

Usually you expect a strong 2700+ player to win his game when he gets a winning position! Well, things are not so obvious in blitz. In this game between Matlakov and Vidit, one of the players gets a winning position. Just when everything is going his way, he makes one mistake after another and within a few seconds that game is completely turned 180 degrees! Check out this exciting battle between the Russian star and one of India's best blitz player.

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How to Draw a losing Chess Game - End Game Techniques

Drawing a losing game is always a happy moment for a chess player
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A baffled Nakamura after squandering an easy win against Aronian

Hikaru Nakamura cannot believe how he squandered an easy win and lost against Levon Aronian in a completely winning position. He exclaims, Oh my god, did you see that? Then he gets baffled by looking at his own position in round 5 of Champions Showdown Chess 9LX.

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