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Nice Dress The Beast compliments Tania after a scintillating victory Watch until the end  10h35 23 janvier
Adhiban drew his game in round 1 of the Gibraltar Masters. Now this was not a beast like beginning. He decided to play with more focus in round two and managed to outwit his opponent with a series of powerful moves. In this video Adhiban analyzes his game with Tania Sachdev. At the end of the...
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Losing a move is no big deal for Carlsen Carlsen vs Kovalev Tata Steel Masters 2020 Round 10  06h49 23 janvier
In chess, usually every move you make has some drawbacks. Sometimes the positive factors of the move outweigh the negative ones, but the negative ones still exist. In round 10 of the Tata Steel Masters 2020, Magnus Carlsen did something quite interesting. He gave his opponent Vladislav Kovalev a...
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When 16 out of the 25 moves you played are preparation Veselin Topalov beats Sankalp Gupta  11h49 22 janvier
Veselin Topalov played against IM Sankalp Gupta in round 1 of the Gibraltar Masters 2020. Topalov with the white pieces faced the French Defence. The game was over in 25 moves, out of which 16 moves were Topalov’s preparation. In this video, Tania Sachdev talks to Veselin about his game and more ...
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The talented chess musician IM Leon Mendonca Ave Maria  10h47 22 janvier
Leon Mendonca is a chess musician who is excellent with the violin. In August 2019 when the first Microsense Kramnik camp was held in Chens Sur Leman, France, the co-founder of ChessBase Frederic Friedel had given Leon the task of preparing Ave Maria. Ave Maria is a Latin prayer composed by Gounod...
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Carlsen’s masterclass in the Ruy Lopez to Firouzja Tata Steel Masters 2020  07h14 22 janvier
The match that was dubbed as a duel between future world champion (Firouzja) and the current World Champion (Carlsen) ended in an easy win for Magnus Carlsen. After playing tremendous chess in first 8 rounds of the Tata Steel Masters 2020, what exactly went wrong for Alireza. How did Magnus manage...
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The ’Indian Tal’ IM Rathnakaran K wrecks English Opening Two Knights  14h13 21 janvier
Shree Ganesh Muthu Annamalai (1654) faces ’Indian Tal’ IM Rathnakaran K (2400) in round 6 of of Delhi Open ChessBase India Blitz 2020. Find out how Indian Tal demolishes his opponent. Video: ChessBase India #Chess #ChessBaseIndia #Blitz -----------------------------------------------------------...
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How to beat a GM in Double Rook and Knight Endgame  13h18 21 janvier
GM Farrukh Amonatov (TJK, 2607) faced IM Neelash Saha (2043) in round 5 of Delhi Open ChessBase India Blitz 2020. Neelash opted for Caro-Kann Defence and the game eventually liquidated into Double Rook and Knight endgame. Find out what happened next. Video: ChessBase India #Chess #ChessBaseIndia...
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Reti Masterclass by GM Farrukh Amonatov (TJK, 2607)  12h34 21 janvier
Vaibhav Jayant Raut (1850) faces GM Farrukh Amonatov (TJK, 2607) in round 4 of Delhi Open ChessBase India Blitz 2020. Video: ChessBase India #Chess #ChessBaseIndia #Blitz ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the ChessBase India Channel on YouTube for more...
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How to beat an IM using Reti Opening  12h14 21 janvier
Kaustuv Kundu scored 7.5 8 and won Chess Idol All Bengal Open Rapid 2020. This was his first Open Rapid event triumph in almost a year. He finished a half point ahead of the competition. Kaustuv showcases his best win of the tournament in round 6 against IM Neelash Saha in Reti Opening. Video...
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What happens when the position is drawn, but you want to win Nihal vs Vishnu World Blitz 2019  03h09 21 janvier
Nihal Sarin reached an equal endgame against Vishnu Prasanna at the World Blitz 2019. The players were moving around with their rooks and it seemed like they would agree to a draw. Vishnu also had more time on the clock. But when it comes to blitz, Nihal is a fighter and an eternal optimist. He...
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This is perhaps one of the most amusing games I have ever played - Sandipan Chand  16h08 20 janvier
GM Sandipan Chanda talks about winning 5th EKA IIFL Mumbai International Chess Tournament 2019-20, receiving prize for the first time ever in his life and also sharing stage with Anand in spite of working with him for a long time, his best game from the tournament which he describes as ’one of the...
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6....Ne4 ?? Is that even theory? Socko vs Firouzja World Blitz 2019  15h41 20 janvier
Alireza Firouzja is well known for his blitz skills, but what is extremely impressive is the fact that he can win on demand. In this game against the strong Polish GM Bartosz Socko, he had the black pieces. His opponent chose the extremely solid Fianchetto system against the King’s Indian Defence. ...
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The confidence and speed of Shakh Mamedyarov vs Motylev World Rapid 2019  08h40 20 janvier
Check the quick and intuitive play of the Azeri genius Shakhriyar Mamedyarov. Here’s a game between Shakh and Motylev Video: ChessBase India #Chess #ChessBaseIndia #WRB2019 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the ChessBase India Channel on YouTube...
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The vision of Microsense for chess Co-founders S. Kailasanathan and Rajiv Talwar  02h43 20 janvier
If there is one company which is changing Indian chess in a big way, it has to be Microsense. The company is supporting nearly 25 chess talents. Apart from the sponsorship amount, they are also organizing some of the biggest training camps ever in the world of chess with Kramnik and Gelfand. Why...
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Blunder Big Blunder Savchenko vs Raunak Sadhwani World Blitz 2019  15h57 19 janvier
GM Raunak sadhwani (IND, 2490) made a terrible piece blunder early in the opening against GM Boris Savchenko (RUS, 2624) in round 8 of World Blitz 2019. Video: ChessBase India #Chess #ChessBaseIndia #WorldBlitz ---------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to the...