Die sechste Runde des Magnus Carlsen Invitational begann am April auf Chesscom. Nach der Niederlage im vorherigen Spiel hatte der Weltmeister. Das Magnus Carlsen Invitational war ein über das Internet veranstaltetes Schnellschachturnier, das vom April bis zum 3. Mai stattfand. Magnus Carlsen Invitational live. von ChessBase. Gefällt mir! | 0 Kommentare. – Heute wird das Finale zwischen Hikaru Nakamura und Magnus.
Schach heute im Livestream auf DAZN sehen: Die Übertragung des Magnus Carlsen InvitationalDer Schach-Weltmeister hat gerufen: Beim Magnus Carlsen Invitational messen sich acht der besten Schachspieler rund um den Globus. Magnus Carlsen Invitational. Mit einem Remis der kontrollierten Art hatten Fabiano Caruana und Hikaru Nakamura ihr Halbfinalmatch eher ruhig. Das erste Halbfinalspiel des Magnus Carlsen Invitational wurde am 1. Mai auf Chesscom ausgetragen. Die Amerikaner Hikaru Nakamura und Fabiano.
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Especially happy to have played some of my best chess in the final against GMHikaru , who impressed me greatly with his performance. Can't wait to go again!
Nakamura can be very proud of his performance both in the match and in this tournament. His win in the second game was brilliant.
Nakamura has had his ups and downs in recent years - I hope this will boost his self-confidence. I'd rather see him in the elite than, say Giri.
He impressed me the most when he beat Ding Liren in their second match after having suffered another defeat to the Chinese. That's the stamina and fighting spirit world champions are made of.
The third match game vs. Nakamura was a wonderful game rich of contents and ideas. In these sinister times this tournament came as a light in the dark, and I hope further such tournaments will keep chess afloat while we all wait for a cure and vaccination.
I'm sure the others would love to try again. Let's have another online tournament. Nakamura's seven year old throw away joke about Carlsen being Sauron still being quoted and Fischer was 'obviously a gargantuan outlier.
He's just not in the same class and probably never will be. But he lacks consistency which Carlsen in a match situation takes advantage of.
Exciting, fun, informative Great announcers Very thankful to have had it to watch. Firstly, it was entirely online and there were no problems: the audience was the arbiter.
These two players had played two earlier online matches, both on Chess. Both were won by Carlsen, and on Sunday he once again showed to be the stronger player—but it was close.
Staying away from further opening frivolities, the world champion chose 1. Carlsen won the game like the "old Magnus" by grinding down his opponent in the subsequent 60 moves, ultimately capitalizing on a mistake by Naka.
The final remained very interesting when Nakamura won the next white game to level the score. Afterward, Carlsen admitted that his opening choice was perhaps not the best: it's passive, and Naka has a lot of experience with it.
It was a rare sight to see Nakamura getting such a convincing victory against a rather helpless Carlsen, who joked: "Apparently I just cannot defend anymore!
It looked like he outprepared his opponent in the opening with The move had been played before by strong GMs, but Naka took three minutes on the clock there.
Carlsen went for a position with a pawn and a rook in exchange for two minor pieces, often a slightly dubious trade but in this case, it led to a position that was perhaps easier to play for White.
An unwarranted pawn move on the kingside didn't make the American's life easier:. In their match in the round-robin phase, Nakamura had come back twice after a loss, and eventually, Carlsen won the armageddon.
With these three games in the final, White had scored in total. Nakamura was very close to making that and in the match, but he failed to win a probably winning rook endgame:.
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