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Carlsen vs Praggnanandhaa || Battle for the Ages!


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  • agadmator's Chess Channel
    agadmator's Chess Channel  Ай бұрын +870

    Magnus obviously 2859 :)

    • Sniper Monkey
      Sniper Monkey Ай бұрын

      I disagree

    • Tirth Trivedi
      Tirth Trivedi Ай бұрын


    • •VΛL•
      •VΛL• Ай бұрын

      @advay kumar what you mean you're sorry? You made it?

    • piyush kothari
      piyush kothari Ай бұрын

      Just opened the comments to point this out! But you caught it first

    • sports updates
      sports updates Ай бұрын

      17:09 i know that world common language

  • Vineet Kothari
    Vineet Kothari Ай бұрын +546

    Wasn't expecting Pragg to hold against Magnus after so many defeats, kudos to him!

    • methadoniac
      methadoniac Ай бұрын

      @Sandsh Kumar you must be trolling. I’d LOVE to see you play pragg since you say he sucks at chess 😂 I’d bet everything I own that you couldn’t draw against pragg, let alone win.

      DOOMSLAYER Ай бұрын +1

      @Sandsh Kumar Fam chill, pragg is a GM and so is magnus. Everyone makes mistakes.

    • Yash Sharma
      Yash Sharma Ай бұрын

      @Abhi N Yeah brother he has nothing to do with chess but indulges himself in random conversations just to get roasted like this one 🤭😆

    • CMC
      CMC Ай бұрын

      Pragg is actually good with these type of games. Never give him simple problems… he will always find a way

  • roky7480
    roky7480 Ай бұрын +68

    Facing a checkmate in one move and still wanting to win a rook is insane. I have watched many of Pragg games and I notice that Pragg plays best games against top players while losing to low ranks player. It feels like you need to instigate and challenge Pragg to get the best of him.

    • Vraja Mohana
      Vraja Mohana Ай бұрын

      So true.

    • Krillin
      Krillin Ай бұрын

      absolutely...he just can't play his best against weaker players

  • A E
    A E Ай бұрын +221

    In a post game interview in norwegian, Magnus was disgusted by himself . Before Prag played Re8?, Magnus saw that Re8 would be a big blunder because Nxf7! wins.. But when Prag blundered, Mag completely forgot the whole thing, and looked horrified when interviewer mentioned the missed win.

    • Christian Hegele
      Christian Hegele Ай бұрын

      @A E Oh for sure. I think Agadmator was trying too hard to justify Carlsen's oversight without realising it was actually just an oversight. Sure black still has practical chances with his passed pawn being a nuisance, but is at a clear disadvantage, and Carlsen would have been eager to enter this line given his endgame prowess.

    • A E
      A E Ай бұрын +1

      @Christian Hegele ok, i agree, but being a pawn down and King exposed would be very hard to defend. GM Hammer said it would win, unless Carlsen blundered back.

    • Tait Slong
      Tait Slong Ай бұрын


    • Monomushi
      Monomushi Ай бұрын

      @Shubham Rajgor i was just replying on your 2nd statement too haha..

    • Shubham Rajgor
      Shubham Rajgor Ай бұрын

      @Monomushi for sure but i was replying the first comment that he said thefe was blunder so i said there was no blunder.. Thats all

  • Bass Fischer
    Bass Fischer Ай бұрын +112

    Ran this one through lichess analysis.. 1 inaccuracy each, 97%/98% accuracy and 6/5 centipawn loss. Amazingly accurate play.

    • gs
      gs Ай бұрын +3

      @Bass Fischer Oh that's super interesting, had never heard of this as a unit of measurement - thanks for the info!

    • Bass Fischer
      Bass Fischer Ай бұрын +9

      @gs From the lichess FAQ..
      The centipawn is the unit of measure used in chess as representation of the advantage. A centipawn is equal to 1/100th of a pawn. Therefore 100 centipawns = 1 pawn. These values play no formal role in the game but are useful to players, and essential in computer chess, for evaluating positions. The top computer move will lose zero centipawns, but lesser moves will result in a deterioration of the position, measured in centipawns. This value can be used as an indicator of the quality of play. The fewer centipawns one loses per move, the stronger the play. The computer analysis on Lichess is powered by Stockfish.

    • gs
      gs Ай бұрын +4

      "6/5 centipawn loss" - what does this mean?

    • Sampath N
      Sampath N Ай бұрын

      Thats unbelievable accuracy

    • Ray Lopez
      Ray Lopez Ай бұрын +3

      Except the Nxf7 missed move, which, if you ask Carlsen, contrary to what the commentators say, I bet he would have said he should have made it. It wasn't hard to spot and the complications favor white. Carlsen only thought for three minutes before making his move, which is not enough time.

  • Seyyed Naser Bahador
    Seyyed Naser Bahador Ай бұрын +141

    My head still spins after seeing this game, just the sheer number of queens

    • kirby culp
      kirby culp Ай бұрын +1

      A roller coaster!

    • mr. bottle
      mr. bottle Ай бұрын +3

      Pragg is a beast, if you actually watch from main event stream,
      You would realize what he pulled off, he was a little worse the whole game ( magnus's favorite style ) and he just kept fighting and dealing with the pressure.
      I think this performance by pragg was the best of the round.

    • Setya Wibawa
      Setya Wibawa Ай бұрын +11

      queen: I'll sacrifice myself...
      * pawn promotes *
      queen: SIKE IM BACK

  • Devadathan S
    Devadathan S Ай бұрын +46

    If you have seen the video, Prag pushed the pawn and then gave Magnus a look, a kind of death stare asking do you have anything here. It was kind of cool.

  • Raghunand Arcot
    Raghunand Arcot Ай бұрын +32

    Pragg always reserves his best for Magnus. What a beautiful game with so much excitement!

  • David Copson
    David Copson Ай бұрын +95

    Great result for Pragg. Well done. He's becoming a fine all-round player.

  • Tatsuya SIGH
    Tatsuya SIGH Ай бұрын +201

    #suggestion Jorden van Foreest vs Anish Giri. You could make an hour long video of it. Pure action for 70+ moves

    • TiptronicSS
      TiptronicSS Ай бұрын +11

      You should have seen them, I thought they were gonna have a heart attack from the stress 😅 especially after the rest finished and there was nothing else to take their mind off the game for a moment. Making moves right when the other player gets up. A lot of psychological action as well. In the middle of the game, it was weird, they had a small conversation about the game. You don't see players do that often. Also I was sure Van Foreest was gonna give the match away, to make his compatriot champion in their home country. Bravo to him for fighting to the end!

  • cygnustsp
    cygnustsp Ай бұрын +182

    Still blows my mind how there's millions of games in the database and these guys still find new games after only a few moves

    • Torben G.
      Torben G. Ай бұрын

      Gandalf Midgame*

    • Alex Barac
      Alex Barac Ай бұрын

      @Blije Bij You are right, of course, favorable positions (for one player or the other) would be a lot less than the total number of possible positions :)

    • Blije Bij
      Blije Bij Ай бұрын

      @Alex Barac But a lot of those outcomes are worthless or minor of influence quality. So the favorable, playable outcomes are less high in numbers then all Playable possitions.

    • Samuel Pearlman
      Samuel Pearlman Ай бұрын

      @Silver Blaze ❤

    • Silver Blaze
      Silver Blaze Ай бұрын +1

      @Alex Barac 10^80 is an estimated number of atoms in the universe. Actually nobody calculated the Total number of positions possible in a chess match. Regarding the other numbers :
      10^120 : This is calculated by Claude Shannon and is also called the Shannon number. Actually his aim was to prove the impracticality of solving chess by brute force! Then how is this number? It only considers upto 40 moves, disregards promotions. But it includes illegal positions like pawns on back rank, two kings are at check etc. It is a LOWER bound.
      4x10^37 : Excluding illegal positions upto 40 moves but without promotions.
      8.5x10^45 : with illegal positions and without promotions.
      Remember all these calculations are for 40 moves only.
      10^123 : It is the lower bound calculated by Allis for 80 moves and maximum branch length of 35.
      Now, a chess game can go upto 5949 moves! So I am with Shannon on this.. Peace.

  • CTL 2020
    CTL 2020 Ай бұрын +26

    One of the best games I've ever seen. Masterpiece of a game.

  • Gerald Montagna
    Gerald Montagna Ай бұрын +84

    I realize that Magnus had his knights nicely posted up, but I still wonder whether Pragg might have been better off leaving them alone and moving into an end-game in which he had two bishops and Magnus had two knights. I would be surprised if even Magnus could win such an end-game against a top 20 player. If wish Agadmator had taken the time to investigate this alternate scenario, even if only to refute it.

    • Beereaucrat
      Beereaucrat Ай бұрын +3

      Nothing like second guessing the best players who ever lived... 🙄

    • mr. bottle
      mr. bottle Ай бұрын +9

      Pragg is a beast, if you actually watch from main event stream,
      You would realize what he pulled off, he was a little worse the whole game ( magnus's favorite style ) and he just kept fighting and dealing with the pressure.
      I think this performance by pragg was the best of the round.

  • yayoya
    yayoya Ай бұрын +4

    love these Carlsen vs Prag games, they are very exciting

  • Jacob Thomas
    Jacob Thomas Ай бұрын +4

    What Agad forgot to mention is that Magnus and Pragg played an Engine like game move for move most of the time. A very high accuracy game that is very rare when games go this complex.

  • scott maclean
    scott maclean Ай бұрын +31

    Pragg is definitely going to be a force before too long. I wonder if magnus wouldve played for the championship if Pragg was the challenger.

    • Wexs Wexs
      Wexs Wexs Ай бұрын

      The world Championship and a single game are totally 2 different things at that level the pressure is just too high .Just look at how Nepo cracked against a man He rarely loses too in classical chess.Pragg would lose by a big margin .In the next few years we will soon have another Indian world champion ...

    • mr. bottle
      mr. bottle Ай бұрын +1

      Magnus gave it the best,
      He was close to making a comeback.
      He played the objectively best opening, and he was hoping to make a comeback

    • mr. bottle
      mr. bottle Ай бұрын +3

      Pragg is a beast, if you actually watch from main event stream,
      You would realize what he pulled off, he was a little worse the whole game ( magnus's favorite style ) and he just kept fighting and dealing with the pressure.
      I think this performance by pragg was the best of the round.

    • Roger Stone
      Roger Stone Ай бұрын +1

      I'm sure he would. He just needed fresh meat to chew on...

  • Himanshu Sharma
    Himanshu Sharma Ай бұрын +76

    Just watched magnus's interview after the game, and have never seen him this disappointed. Man was emotional. Gotta feel for him tried his absolute best till the last available resource.

    • Tatsuya SIGH
      Tatsuya SIGH Ай бұрын

      @Alon Not really. All the GMs on the stream kept saying how difficult Pragg's position was the whole middlegame until Nxb6. On chessbase india they even said 'Pragg is not back in the game yet unless Magnus took on b6 with the knight'

    • mr. bottle
      mr. bottle Ай бұрын

      Pragg is a beast, if you actually watch from main event stream,
      You would realize what he pulled off, he was a little worse the whole game ( magnus's favorite style ) and he just kept fighting and dealing with the pressure.
      I think this performance by pragg was the best of the round.

    • FlickDrumming
      FlickDrumming Ай бұрын

      @kidartist 98 duhh hes champ tata last yr and also won the Blitz, rapid tornament and was a champ.. what else?... stop crying 🤡

    • TiptronicSS
      TiptronicSS Ай бұрын +1

      It was not about this match, more about the tournament I think. Sure he really pushed Pragg in a hot, moist and uncomfy 'arena'. But Pragg was really masterful, he was not doing obvious moves, but good alternates to keep Magnus on his toes. Near the end Magnus was ready to make an instant reply, but got surprised by one of the queen moves.

    • kidartist 98
      kidartist 98 Ай бұрын

      Where is it

  • Onlythetruth Willsetyoufree
    Onlythetruth Willsetyoufree Ай бұрын +8

    Prag dancing through the meadows wearing a red cloak while the Bull is in a particularly bad mood today. And he survived!

  • Jam1860
    Jam1860 Ай бұрын +23

    Defending Magnus with black is a win in itself...

  • Alex Brint
    Alex Brint Ай бұрын

    What an elite game. Especially Magnus defending Pragg's 2 queens like he saw the whole thing coming all along, incredible. Pragg is a great fighter and will be back for more against Mr. Carlsen

  • peacock
    peacock Ай бұрын +11

    Truly battle for the ages!!! What a game!!! ❤

  • I'm ashu
    I'm ashu Ай бұрын +61

    Nerves of steel!! 🔥 awesome prag and MC

  • Mahir B
    Mahir B Ай бұрын +18

    Prag & Magnus's game have a different romance.

  • Sampath N
    Sampath N Ай бұрын +5

    Beautiful game by pragg .... But shocked to see both are same rated 😎

  • Burim Saliji
    Burim Saliji Ай бұрын +1

    Expected from magnus to know these endgames better then anyone but Pragg keeping the composure and playing like a machine is really impressive 👏 I'm impressed 👏 🙂

  • Aysar Aburrub
    Aysar Aburrub Ай бұрын +22

    this game was so good it had TWO completely new games lol

  • Deniz Olgun
    Deniz Olgun Ай бұрын +18

    thank you for explaining even the obvious moves because i was wondering why black cant take the pawn in the opening where white can check with bishop and pick up the black queen

  • Dan C
    Dan C Ай бұрын +27

    That was an action-packed game!

  • Beerfish777
    Beerfish777 Ай бұрын +6

    Great game and exciting for a draw, was there no way for Prag to push for a win being up a pawn and having Magnus in check? Prags king was right there with his pawns.

  • Jonathan Cauley
    Jonathan Cauley Ай бұрын +1

    Way to go Pragg!! This is incredible stuff here man, very well played!

  • brian janson
    brian janson Ай бұрын +2

    Still the best game analysis channel on KZclip.

  • Dean Markovich
    Dean Markovich Ай бұрын

    Damn I can't believe I missed this video I love seeing these two play against each other it's always a good match up

  • tarun rathitra
    tarun rathitra Ай бұрын +6

    Wow! It's a completely new game only after move 46 😱

  • Lebrow
    Lebrow Ай бұрын +72

    I can’t wait to one day battle Magnus once I figure out how the horsey moves.

    • mazeppa1231
      mazeppa1231 Ай бұрын

      Good luck, mate. Lol.

    • D.D. Kapps
      D.D. Kapps Ай бұрын

      @Roger Stone Technically the knight doesn't move in an L shape, it uses an extra dimension unavailable to the other pieces and moves in an arc.

    • Roger Stone
      Roger Stone Ай бұрын +2

      @Shawn Carter I find it hard to visualise, using the 'L' idea; I always think - and teach - one straight, one diagonal. I know many think in each of those ways; it would be interesting to research.

    • Shawn Carter
      Shawn Carter Ай бұрын +6

      It moves in an "L" shape.

    • Andrew_Owens
      Andrew_Owens Ай бұрын +1

      I'm studying Dutch and in Dutch they say horsey (paard). LOL.

  • Iam invincible
    Iam invincible Ай бұрын

    What a wild game, with 5 queens in the game. Also prag seems to always preform well against magnus. Magnus plays safe against prag.

  • Devadathan S
    Devadathan S Ай бұрын +48

    Legend says Magnus played his endgame watching this agadmator video.

    URBAN LAVRENCIC Ай бұрын +1


  • Atanu Lahiri
    Atanu Lahiri Ай бұрын

    Magnus is crazy... he pushed for a win using a slew of clever moves

  • mahei luwang
    mahei luwang Ай бұрын +48

    Magnus found out that u can't squeeze a stone to produce water...Thanks to Pragg

    • mr. bottle
      mr. bottle Ай бұрын +4

      Thats rarely the case,
      This time Pragg is just a beast, if you actually watch from main event stream,
      You would realize what he pulled off, he was a little worse the whole game ( magnus's favorite style ) and he just kept fighting and dealing with the pressure.
      I think this performance by pragg was the best of the round.

    • Andrew_Owens
      Andrew_Owens Ай бұрын

      Orange blossom water.

  • King David
    King David Ай бұрын +38

    I've seen the four knights of the English a lot in this year's Tata Steel

    • King David
      King David Ай бұрын

      @Sarthak Sabharwal and marehood too
      Now the females will be knight-mares

    • Sarthak Sabharwal
      Sarthak Sabharwal Ай бұрын

      @King David Upon reaching the 8th rank, the knights have been promoted to stallionhood.

    • King David
      King David Ай бұрын

      @Sarthak Sabharwal and it is now as of move 2023 that we have four completely new knights

    • Sarthak Sabharwal
      Sarthak Sabharwal Ай бұрын

      @King David They reall went "new year, new me"

    • King David
      King David Ай бұрын

      @Sarthak Sabharwal well, it's a new year so...

  • cenko 0021
    cenko 0021 Ай бұрын +2

    But this time you didn’t explain why there is nothing more to be done. Would be interesting cause Prag has 2 pawns Magnus one and he is kind of defensive with his queen.

  • 3211&Co.
    3211&Co. Ай бұрын

    Nice game! A lot to learn from both..

  • Jacob Su
    Jacob Su Ай бұрын

    Thank you for this fantastic game!

  • exonerator
    exonerator Ай бұрын

    I would be freaked out if I see 2 queens on the board but Magnus was probably like 'no problem bruh.'

  • nikhil mathew
    nikhil mathew Ай бұрын +29

    Best round of this tournament
    magnus vs pragg 🔥
    anish vs jorden 🔥
    gukesh vs aronian 🔥

    • TiptronicSS
      TiptronicSS Ай бұрын

      Yeah the stress was hitting the roof! On top of sitting hours and hours in a hot moisty room. Aronian's muscles and bones were hurting badly! 😅 He couldn't sit anymore today, always walking and stretching 😅 Gukesh barely got up, 100% focus. Anish vs Van Foreest was on fire! And Pragg.. I was sure he lost again, but he played with computer precision! Woaw! Very impressed!

  • Fred Stanley
    Fred Stanley Ай бұрын

    Great game by both 😊😊😊

  • Janusz Janusz
    Janusz Janusz 4 күн бұрын

    Sick game! Such a madness on the board :O

  • Gowdy!
    Gowdy! Ай бұрын +2

    This Indian prodigy will not waste a match against Magnus Carlsen. They grew admiring him, will always give him a tough fight to the Legend GOAT

  • Eleuthero5
    Eleuthero5 Ай бұрын

    Queen and pawn endgames are just too chaotic to be interesting. They also require a huge number of moves because one side or both check each other to death.

  • Kami Tebyani
    Kami Tebyani Ай бұрын +1

    Wow ! What a crazy game! So many queens on the board .

  • not_stephen_a_smith!
    not_stephen_a_smith! Ай бұрын

    What a sick game. Amazing play

  • ellis
    ellis Ай бұрын +9

    Most insane draw I have ever seen

  • El Gonzo
    El Gonzo Ай бұрын

    You know it’s gonna be a good game when we get a “Sorry about that” in the beginning!

  • TheDarkAbyss
    TheDarkAbyss Ай бұрын +1

    Thank you so much for the coverage of the tournament!
    Also the person below is awesome

  • propagandaBreaker
    propagandaBreaker Ай бұрын +3

    2 losses and MC is already 2684...that was fast!

    • propagandaBreaker
      propagandaBreaker Ай бұрын +1

      @davidbrisbane822 I am sure it is a typo. My comment was a joke to be clear :) Hi to Australia! I was in Perth once for a few weeks a nice part of the country. Never went to Brisbane though.

    • davidbrisbane822
      davidbrisbane822 Ай бұрын

      I noticed that, but maybe a typo - the same as Pragg's rating. @agadmator?

  • joel88s
    joel88s Ай бұрын

    At 8:30 , is there a reason after that nice Bg4 move Black doesn't just take the pawn on h5?

  • FerdinandFake
    FerdinandFake Ай бұрын

    When you have half a dozen queens in the game it's got to be good

  • traceler
    traceler Ай бұрын +2

    Thanks man explaining why Knight to dx5 was no good for black at 1:54

  • GG BOX
    GG BOX Ай бұрын

    How much Queens in the game.. I've lost count.. What a game guys.. Awesomeness..!!

  • pineapplesareyummy
    pineapplesareyummy Ай бұрын +1

    Pragg and Magnus were playing like Henry VIII.

  • Mostafa Ashraf
    Mostafa Ashraf Ай бұрын +1

    Magnus and Pragg games are something else

  • Wynoglia
    Wynoglia Ай бұрын

    Always great when they clash

  • W Chambers
    W Chambers Ай бұрын

    You can't say Magnus doesn't give an honest interview!

  • Joshua Mphande
    Joshua Mphande Ай бұрын

    I WAS wondering about the pawn, thank you🤦💚

  • jai hind
    jai hind Ай бұрын

    Magnus is different when he wants to play rather than win

  • Rezky Tairas
    Rezky Tairas Ай бұрын

    thats crazy game!!! Good job pragg 🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Hampannas Hampanna
    Hampannas Hampanna Ай бұрын +1

    Awesome game by praggg..❤👏

  • Sakharam Prabhu
    Sakharam Prabhu Ай бұрын

    Prag is 175 elo points behind the world champ Carlsen where every point carries weight. What I really appreciate of Prag is his daring approach to the game, no matter who is apponent is. Now where does Carlsen stand in terms of all chess masters of the past and present? Perhaps Paul Morphy stands out in the heap of all masters.

  • the tuneful quire
    the tuneful quire Ай бұрын

    #suggestion Beerdsen vs Ivic. Some crazy backs and forths!

  • Michael Denney
    Michael Denney Ай бұрын

    What a good game!

  • raydarable
    raydarable Ай бұрын +6

    Man, Magnus' ELO really took a hit this tournament.

    • King1Nero
      King1Nero Ай бұрын +1

      Bruh its a typo lmao

  • Rafael Ilheo Barbosa
    Rafael Ilheo Barbosa Ай бұрын

    10:15 "with perfect play, of course, it's a draw, as most of the positions are" XD

  • Martyns
    Martyns Ай бұрын

    Please could you please show the table standings in the next video. Thanks

  • Manjunath Swamy
    Manjunath Swamy Ай бұрын

    The headline above the board is somewhat a metaphor to this game, though being a draw game.

  • Jrm
    Jrm Ай бұрын +3

    What a treat these guys are giving us!! Magnus in full combat mode, and Pragg so solid after his unfortunate losing streak. That's the kind of chess we love to see, not accepting quick draws, like some players would have...

  • stopover
    stopover Ай бұрын

    Amazing prag ..even i started shivering from prag moves..lol

  • hothothoth
    hothothoth Ай бұрын

    What a thrilling game!

  • GoodGuyCwyzz
    GoodGuyCwyzz Ай бұрын

    Lots of queens in 1 game. Wow

  • Shahirol Radzi
    Shahirol Radzi Ай бұрын

    1 simple mistake and its all gone. What a scary draw 😭😭😭

  • ExMuslim
    ExMuslim Ай бұрын

    Pragg is no mugg mate! Well played both

  • ArthAnkit Shedding Light
    ArthAnkit Shedding Light Ай бұрын

    Prag to others Meh don’t care about results
    Prag vs Magnus: this is Sparta

    ADWYETYA TRIPATHY 19BEI0060 Ай бұрын

    The title should be edited to battle for the queens... an irony given the number of queens that were on the board and secondly at some point this game looked more like who will get more queens on the board XD

  • Re su
    Re su Ай бұрын +2

    Its crazy what it takes to defend the World Champion with Black!

  • Subharghya Das
    Subharghya Das Ай бұрын +20

    I don't know what it is with Pragu .. He plays with absolute precision against World's Strongests and yet loses to lower rated players !!!

    • Jacob Thomas
      Jacob Thomas Ай бұрын

      @Subharghya Das not win against everyone but have a much better score. U must understand there is a strong tendency in certain players(like Pragg Nepo etc) to rush up, or under calculate or play risky or hope for a blunder etc. When players finally learn to avoid all that they become better players or 'matured' players. Vishy Anand said exactly that on CBI stream regarding Nodirbek. He said that his play got quite matured.

    • Subharghya Das
      Subharghya Das Ай бұрын

      @Jacob Thomas .. which means "if he wants" he can play equally solid with everyone and win .. isn't it ?

    • Jacob Thomas
      Jacob Thomas Ай бұрын +1

      He plays differently with different opponents. Against Magnus, Pragg plays Solid-ish game with a strong eye on counter-attack. Against comparatively weaker opponents he goes into a more aggressive approach hoping for a blunder which works against 2500s but not 2700s. Example: previous game against Parham. He himself has admitted that in an interview.

    • Onlythetruth Willsetyoufree
      Onlythetruth Willsetyoufree Ай бұрын

      There are no weaker players in this tournament. They are all top predators. Yes there is small differences in rating but if you look at it that way then Prag is a weak player as he has the second lowest rating of the entire ensemble.

    • George Ray
      George Ray Ай бұрын

      Lower rated? You are wrong bro

  • keytothegate K
    keytothegate K Ай бұрын

    Capture-captures castles-castles is my favorite part of the game.

  • SSB Taught Me
    SSB Taught Me Ай бұрын

    This game is soo good 👍

  • Jeffrey Day
    Jeffrey Day Ай бұрын

    Excellent commentary.

  • Peter Angel
    Peter Angel Ай бұрын

    Wow Genius Praggu very impressive!

  • AyYaAr
    AyYaAr Ай бұрын +3

    Wow what a fighting spirit by prag 🙌🙌👏👏👏🎊🎉🎉😇😇

    • AyYaAr
      AyYaAr Ай бұрын

      @TiptronicSS don't know what you mean but if you're referring to weather ,than it's winter here !

    • TiptronicSS
      TiptronicSS Ай бұрын

      After hours and hours in a moisty hot arena too! The perfect moves at the, that was impressive!

  • Agnaktorex
    Agnaktorex Ай бұрын

    with how many queens do you wanna play? carlsen and pragg: yes

  • Khann 21
    Khann 21 Ай бұрын

    A masterpiece

  • Dhilrukshan Pradeep
    Dhilrukshan Pradeep Ай бұрын

    #suggestion please make a video of McDonnell vs La Bourdonnais. As many people have never heard of La Bourdonnais, an unofficial world champion

  • Jose Mathews
    Jose Mathews Ай бұрын

    What can happen after king captures knight on f7 and rook E3 to f3? At 05:10

  • Matthew Sirkin
    Matthew Sirkin Ай бұрын +3

    The title of this video should've been Q7xe5+. How often do you see that notation.. #suggestion

  • Jaime Duncan
    Jaime Duncan Ай бұрын

    Steel plated nerves from the young master , such complicated position , with so little time , in s critical condition on the tournament and still not letting your emotions get the best of you.

  • MaKerL1fe
    MaKerL1fe Ай бұрын +2

    Never seen a game with so many promotions. Having 2 quuens and still not able to win shows how much grandmasters are superior to regular players.

  • Abdullah Raihan Bhuiyan
    Abdullah Raihan Bhuiyan Ай бұрын


  • Torito Beatz
    Torito Beatz Ай бұрын

    What a great game

  • Gurpreet Singh
    Gurpreet Singh Ай бұрын +1

    Pragg always play complicated games👏👏

  • CMC
    CMC Ай бұрын

    Pragg doesn’t fall for Magnus emotional tricks, it’s just a matter of time before he beats him just like Duda