Last Classical Game Nepo Won Against Magnus



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Magnus Carlsen vs Ian Nepomniachtchi
London Chess Classic (2017), London ENG, rd 8, Dec-10
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)

1. Nf3 c5 2. c3 d5 3. d4 cd4 4. cd4 Nc6 5. Nc3 Nf6 6. Bf4 Nh5 7. Bd2 Nf6 8. e3 e6 9. Bd3 Bd6 10. e4 de4 11. Ne4 Be7 12. O-O O-O 13. Qc2 h6 14. Rad1 Bd7 15. a3 Rc8 16. Nc3 a6 17. Qc1 Re8 18. Rfe1 Bf8 19. Bf4 b5 20. Qd2 b4 21. ab4 Nb4 22. Ne5 Nd3 23. Qd3 a5 24. Qf3 Bb4 25. Re3 Bc3 26. bc3 Ba4 27. Ra1 Bc2 28. h3 Bf5 29. g4 Bh7 30. c4 Nd7 31. Nc6 Qf6 32. Na5 Nb6 33. c5 Rc5 34. dc5 Qa1 35. Kh2 Qa5 36. Qc6 Qa4 37. Qa4 Na4 38. c6 Nb6 39. c7 f6 40. Rb3 Nc8

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43 comments

  1. That press conference was a car crash. Despite Maurice’s repeated instruction the first press guy removed his mask AND had his hand on the microphone throughout his question.

  2. 11th , #suggestion ,   The longest chess game with a winner is 193 moves when Yedael Stepak beat Yaakov Mashian in the Israel Championship semi-finals in 1980.  It is also the longest game in time, lasting 24 hours and 30 minutes.

  3. 7th Suggestion, Wihelm Steinitz win 25 consecutive games from 1873 to 1882. , Stteintiz's consecutive winning saga!!

  4. 6th, #suggestion , December 1960, George Koltanowski played 56 consecutive blindfolded games and won 50 , draw 6, – so few great games from this Koltanowski blindfold saga.

  5. 4th Suggestion, In Wegner-Johnson, Gausdal 1991, there were 151 moves made before a capture.  The game lasted 200 moves.

  6. i think magnus had a good chance to win here. after Ian did knight d7, magnus could sac his knight by doing knight takes f7. and lots of possibiblity could have happened and almost all of them in favor of magnus.

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  8. Why not Q back to D8 when the black bishop attacks it? Adds another defender to the knight and then your up a piece.

  9. Thank you for this game review and even more so for the ceremony link you added – so interesting! 👍🏼♟️

  10. Holy moly I didn't even think of the possibility that players could potentially repeat moves 27 times to claim a draw. 😂

  11. 13:46 — "After c5 it's definitely lost" — this isn't true. Carlsen played c5 on move 33, but Stockfish 14 gives the position as equal at that point, and says Carlsen didn't blunder the game until move 36. Before Qc6, Stockfish 14 says the position is equal, even at depth 51. It's only after Qc6 that Stockfish 14 claims a decisive advantage for black with . . . Qa4 as played in the game.

  12. I don't know if Nepo can win this, but somehow I am quite sure Nepo will win at least one match. He can also force Carlsen to spill out his preparations early.

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