Carlsen-Morozevich, World Blitz Championship 2012

This game was played in the 19th round of the World Blitz Championship 2012 in Astana, Kazakhstan.


Profound - 4 tahun yang lalu
This should clear up the questions. The man on the left is Magnus Carlsen, the current world champion. The man on the right is Alexander Morozevich, the winner of this game. The reason he won is because Magnus resigned the game due to an inevitable checkmate. And at
نزار Nizar
نزار Nizar - Tahun Yang lalu
This makes them more adrenaline than watching a boxing match
Bip Bap Bap
Bip Bap Bap - 2 tahun yang lalu
its amazing how they can have a chess championship while simultaneously having a tennis match in the background
Nami - Tahun Yang lalu
the clock slaps.. my favorite part of playing chess.. starts so civil... but gets so aggressive.. love it
Кадиша Асемкулова
Кадиша Асемкулова - 2 tahun yang lalu
God, in the last 10 seconds my heartbeat was 200
dobermanalfa1 - Tahun Yang lalu
It's funny how Morozevich was, as always, very meticulous on how the pieces fall into each slot in the first stages of the match, and how he doesn't give a shit about where the pieces fall at last frantic minutes. The adrenaline was so high...
Levi Skardsen
Levi Skardsen - 3 tahun yang lalu
The clock is wired to bombs strapped to each player, and if a players timer runs out, that player explodes. Just in case anyone was wondering.
Donovan Allen
Donovan Allen - 3 tahun yang lalu
I can’t even imagine the speed these dudes brains are moving at..
Roy Fablooo
Roy Fablooo - 2 tahun yang lalu
I like how they started smashing the clock in the endgame when it's started very calmly
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This game is something spectacular. There are many attacks by Carlsen, but it must also be said that Mr Morozevich has defended himself very well in the game final is, in my opinion, that thinking in such a short time is out of the way.
Filip Paić
Filip Paić - Tahun Yang lalu
Impressive how when you look at some analysis of the match, the person analysing takes few minutes to explain the philosophy of the move and these two just do it in a split second under pressure
lu k
lu k - Tahun Yang lalu
Andrew Z
Andrew Z - 3 tahun yang lalu
Since nobody's trying to explain this... (Short answer: black won)
Dundo Maroje
Dundo Maroje - 2 tahun yang lalu
I like how they are gradually hitting the thing harder and harder.
Anish Mall
Anish Mall - 2 tahun yang lalu
I've realised there are two kinds of people, those who were fans of chess already and those who came to know about chess after watching The Queen's Gambit
Brk Çvk
Brk Çvk - Tahun Yang lalu
Morozevich is a living legend.
yo.its.lochlan - 2 tahun yang lalu
Any chess players just genuinely impressed at how fast they move the pieces and even more the fact that they can make a good move that fast
Андрей Лошкарев
Андрей Лошкарев - Tahun Yang lalu
А.Морозевич -играл спокойно-четко! одним словом-Маэстро!
Andrew Patterson
Andrew Patterson - 2 tahun yang lalu
That moment when you don't even know who won the match
alberto rodriguez
alberto rodriguez - 2 tahun yang lalu
Para los que preguntan, Carlsen (el de blanco) al final se rindió, le dio la mano a su rival ya que iba a perder la partida de todos modos.