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  1. Could someone possibly explain to me why Magnus did not take the knight with his bishop at 2:15 but with his queen instead? Because as far as I can see he could have taken it with the bishop and kept his queen. Was he anticipating a trade or something?

  2. Magnus forces enemy into war, and at the end, he's always left with a 1 pawn advantage… He converts small advantage into win.

  3. Love watching magnus from when he was a kid beating the world champion to when he is the world champion

  4. Loving how Magnus manipulates his king position in the endgame.
    5 pawns v 4 pawns should have been difficult to win, but Magnus calculates so damned quickly, it is insane.

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