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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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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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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.

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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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.

Magnus Carlsen Lost with black against Ding Liren in Saint Louis Chess 2019

Magnus Carlsen The world champion lost in 2019 straight away in the first round in St. Louis. He played black against Ding Liren
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Is Carlsen Losing? | Carlsen vs Naiditsch | Last Moves GRENKE Chess Classic 2019

The last moves between the world chess champion Magnus Carlsen and Arkadij Naiditsch at the GRENKE Chess Classic 2019.

Carlsen played the English opening, while Arkadij Naiditsch chose the 1..e5 response to spice up the game.

Naiditsch is famous for his sharp attacking style. He is one of the strongest tacticians in the world. Thank you for your art Carlsen and Naiditsch.

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The GRENKE Chess Open and Classic 2019 start in the Schwarzwaldhalle in Karlsruhe. Round about 2000 chess players from all around the world play in the open chess tournament while the chess world champion Magnus Carlsen and other top chess grandmasters play iin the prestigious GRENKE Chess Classic. We are looking forward to celebrate our passion for chess the next 11 days.

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Ding Liren beats Magnus Carlsen with a powerful counter-attack | Tata Steel Chess India Blitz 2019

Ding Liren played a brilliant game in round five of Tata Steel Chess India 2019 Blitz to beat Magnus Carlsen! A fantastic counter-attack.

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Old RJF on chess. Why Fischer hated chess. Who's the best ever

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What do parents do when their child comes back after losing a winning game?!

One of the most common occurrences in a game of chess is losing a winning game. At the Commonwealth Championships 2019 we had a lot of under-8 and under-10 kids taking part. Hence, IM Sagar Shah went to the parents' area and interacted with the parents to know how they react when their son/daughter comes out from the hall losing a winning game! Check out the answers! They are sure to surprise you! :)

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I QUIT CHESS! - Vassily Ivanchuk After He Lost To Wesley So In The World Cup

The world was surprised when Wesley defeated Vassily - one of the favorite to win in the tournament. Good thing Vassily was able to rest and realize chess is life.


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Magnus Carlsen loses on time?! / Rapid / 2018

Commentators GM Peter Leko & GM Evgeny Miroshnichenko

King Salman World RAPID Championships 2018 Round 1

Adam Tukhaev (Ukraine, 2556 rapid) vs Magnus Carlsen (Norway, 2903 rapid)
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Leela chess is losing against BlackMamba with Queen Gambit

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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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Peter Leko | About Losing in Chess | Leko vs Ragger

Peter Leko showed great sportsmanship and talked about his unfortunate loss against grandmaster Markus Ragger in the Schachbundesliga in baden-Baden.

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New Leader! - Wesley So vs Firouzja | Tata Steel Chess 2020

Opening: Queen's Gambit Accepted
Title: New Leader! - Wesley So vs Firouzja | Tata Steel Chess 2020

The Tata Steel Masters 2020 is a 13 rounds single round robin tournament which takes place from 11 - 26 January in Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands.
Time control : 100 minutes for 40 moves followed by 50 minutes for 20 moves abd 15 minutes for the rest of the game, with a 30-second increment per move from move 1.

Players: Anand, Artemiev, Carlsen, Caruana, Dubov, Duda, Firouzja, Giri, Kovalev, Wesley So, Van Foreest,
Vitiugov, Xiong, Yu Yangyi


Hello Chess Friends and Welcome to the Channel. We are back to the Tata Steel with the most important game of round 4. A game between two players in top shape. Wesley So with the white pieces against Alireza Firouzja, that is leading the tournament, with the black pieces. Let's get started


1. d4 d5 2. c4 dxc4 {the Queen's Gambit Accepted, an opening that Firouzja
already played in round 2 against Duda and the game ended in a draw. But with
a complex game and some winning chances for Black} 3. Nf3 Nf6 {and now} 4. e3 {
that is the main line. The bishop will recapture on c4. b5 is playable but for
Black, in the long run, only focusing on protecting this pawn doesn't score
well. There are many other good moves that Black can play: a6 for a future b5
push with tempo, Bg4 pinning the Knight, c5 against the white center and
finally the main continuation that is e6} e6 5. Bxc4 {and we notice that the
bishop is not on the right diagonal} c5 {attacking the center with white that
will not capture, or Black will exchange the queens with advantage} 6. O-O a6 {
controlling b5 and Wesley plays a sideline that Stockfish likes much} 7. b3
cxd4 8. Nxd4 Be7 9. Bb2 {this was the point of b3. I have 43 games in database.
So and Firouzja already played this position last year. Wesley with white
pieces drew against Mamedyarov and Firouzja with Black won against Esipenko.}
O-O {Now Wesley improves his play with Bishop back to e2.} 10. Be2 {preventing
b5 with tempo. Against Mamedyarov he played Nd2} Bd7 {and only now} 11. Nd2 Nc6
{and at this point Wesley deviates from the Esipenko-Firouzja.} 12. Rc1 {
instead of Nc4. They are both good moves.} Rc8 13. N4f3 {preventing the
exchange of Knights. This is a novelty and the game is now original, with a
slight advantage for white} b5 14. a3 Qb6 15. Rc2 {In this position a good
move is surely Rfd8, but Firouzja played another interesting idea} e5 {this
pawn sacrifice is a good move} 16. Bd3 (16. Nxe5 Nxe5 17. Bxe5 Bxa3 {with a
two vs one on the queenside}) 16... Rfd8 17. Qe2 {out of the d-file and
clearing the way for the second rook} Bg4 {not a mistake, but maybe the bishop
is more useful on e6} 18. Rfc1 Na7 19. Rxc8 Rxc8 20. Rxc8+ Nxc8 {now with} 21.
h3 {forcing Black to lose the bishop pair if he doesn't want to lose the e5
pawn} Bxf3 22. Qxf3 Qd8 23. Qe2 Qd5 24. Bc2 Nd6 {centralizes the knight} 25.
Qd3 Qxd3 26. Bxd3 {even with the bishop pair, there is only a small advantage
for white} Nd7 27. g4 g6 {the pawns on the light squares} 28. Ne4 Nxe4 29. Bxe4
Nc5 30. Bc2 e4 {is an inaccurancy. f6 looks safe} 31. b4 {attacking the
defender of the pawn} Nd3 32. Bc3 Kf8 33. Kf1 f5 {Firouzja is short on time. 8
minutes to play the last 7 moves. Wesley So has 35 minutes on the clock} 34.
Ke2 {there is another option that is probably better. But this sort of waiting
move is useful, forcing Firouzja to think and spend even more time. Let's
watch the variation} (34. gxf5 gxf5 35. Bb3 Bh4 36. Be6 Bxf2 {and not Nx that
loses on the spot after Be1} 37. Bxf5 Bxe3 38. Bxh7 Nf4 39. h4 {and then Bxe4})
34... Bd8 35. Bxd3 exd3+ 36. Kxd3 Kf7 37. e4 fxg4 38. hxg4 {there is an
advantage for white. Now h5 is the sturdiest defense. Instead here comes} g5 {
that is a mistake. Without threats, the white King can invade} 39. Kd4 Bb6+ {
wins a pawn, but the problem is the queenside} 40. Kd5 Bxf2 41. Kc6 Ke6 42. Kb7
{Firouzja continues with} Kd7 {what happens if instead Black plays} (42... h5 {
this move doesn't solve any problem} 43. gxh5 {and g4 is not possible yet} Kf7
(43... g4 44. h6 Kf7 45. h7) 44. h6 Kg6 45. e5 g4 46. e6 Bh4 47. Kxa6 Kxh6 48.
Kxb5 Kg6 49. Kc6 Kf5 50. Kd7 g3 51. e7 g2 52. Bd4 {and it's game over}) 43.
Kxa6 Kc6 44. e5 Be3 45. e6 Bc1 46. a4 {is the strongest move} bxa4 47. Be5 {
Nothing can stop the pawn promotion that also comes with check.} *


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