Norway Chess 2022 Classical Day 7 | ft. Anand vs Radjabov | Live Commentary by Sagar

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Norway Chess is a 10-player round-robin featuring World Champion Magnus Carlsen and taking place in Finansparken in Stavanger, Norway from 31 May to 10 June. Each of the 10 rounds consists of a classical game where a win is worth 3 points and a loss 0. If the players draw they play an Armageddon game, where the winner earns 1.5 points and the loser 1 point. No draw offers are allowed before move 30.

1) Magnus Carlsen (12.5/19.5)
2) Viswanathan Anand (11.5/20)
3) Wesley So (10/20.5)
4) Mamedyarov (8.5/20)
5) MVL (8.5/20)
6) Anish Giri (8/20)
7) Aryan Tari (7/20)
8) Topalov (6/20.5)
9) Radjabov (4/19.5)
10) Wang Hao (4/20)

▶ Aryan Tari vs Magnus Carlsen
▶ MVL vs Wesley So
▶ Vishy Anand vs Radjabov
▶ Mamedyarov vs Anish Giri
▶ Topalov vs Wang Hao

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  1. Anand doing so well! And, Shirov won 3.5-0.5 against jorden van forest in a recent classical match. Return of legends from the past?

  2. i think we need to change the name of tanmay bhat comeback award tho vishy anand comeback award

  3. So we all know that it's Nikhil Kamath disguised as Vishy Anand.

  4. Magnus lost to Tari, so Anand leading right?

  5. Mujhe hmesha hairani hota hai ki Grandmaster ka utna calculative skill nhi jitna ki computer engine phir bhi Itna achha accuracy se khelte hai, positional understanding kamal hai and expected future positions ka bhi idea hota hai.

  6. I think it's very fortunate that on top of playing very well Norway chess has the unique format of Armageddon… If not for that Anand would be 2 wins and rest draws and that wouldn't have made so much headlines like Anand beats Carlsen, giri etc. Usually classical round Robins don't have Armageddons.

  7. V – Victorious

    I – Insane

    S – Savvy

    H – Hardworking

    Y – Youthful

    Hearty Congratulations Vishy Sir!!!! We are always proud of you and your achievements. You inspired many ppl in India and around the world!!

  8. Badly need a classical win. Against Topalov it will be a classical win for Magnus. 3pts

  9. Vishy Sir! ♥️♥️♥️ Well played Radjabov! I think Vishy sir absolutely showing class with how to play with white considering the fact that black only needs a draw to be declared winner but now Vishy sir has won 2 games with white in Armageddon! Radjabov also showing class by not letting Vishy sir get better of in time pressure! Radjabov ! ♥️♥️♥️

  10. Instead of resignation, can you show how the game would have progressed had Radjabov played f6 ? That could help the king move later as diagonal from bishop gets blocked and vishy can't take the pawn since it would be guarded by the knight and rook

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