2023 Superbet Rapid & Blitz Poland: Day 2 | #GrandChessTour
Live from the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, the 2nd Superbet Rapid & Blitz Poland is the second of five legs of the Grand Chess Tour. Five of the Tour players are joined by five wildcards (pairings below) for a rapid round robin and a blitz double round robin. Today are the middle three rounds of the rapid round robin. Join GMs Varuzhan Akobian, Cristian Chirila, Yasser Seirawan, IM Nazi Paikidze, and WGM Anastasiya Karlovich for the move-by-move.
RAPID ROUND 4 | 25 Min. Incr. 10 Sec.
Radoslaw Wojtaszek (4) vs. Wesley So (5)
Richard Rapport (3) vs. Jan-Krzysztof Duda (5)
Magnus Carlsen (2) vs. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (4)
Bogdan Deac vs. Levon Aronian (5)
Kirill Shevchenko (1) vs. Anish Giri (1)
RAPID ROUND 5 | 25 Min. Incr. 10 Sec.
Jan-Krzysztof Duda (5) vs. Radoslaw Wojtaszek (4)
Levon Aronian (5) vs. Magnus Carlsen (2)
Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (4) vs. Richard Rapport (3)
Wesley So (5) vs. Kirill Shevchenko (1)
Anish Giri (1) vs. Bogdan Deac
RAPID ROUND 6 | 25 Min. Incr. 10 Sec.
Wesley So (5) vs. Jan-Krzysztof Duda (5)
Richard Rapport (3) vs. Levon Aronian (5)
Radoslaw Wojtaszek (4) vs. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave (4)
Magnus Carlsen (2) vs. Anish Giri (1)
Kirill Shevchenko (1) vs. Bogdan Deac
magnus is starting to suffer what he fischer!!!
Where is magnus
Magnus is on his Avengers Endgame Thor arc
I am so glad to see a Saint Louis production again!
The WC match production was abysmal – the FIDE producers could learn a lot from you!
Please don't ever compare this balding alcoholic to the Great Hikaru. Glad he is no longer World Champion.
Magnus looks like a street person? Too many late nights, booze and broads!
mi querido ajedrez, algún día serás libre
Nice to see anish playing great chess again 😂
I just want to know what music this is that you guys play during the breaks. I love it lol can’t find any note of it.
1:28:08 The table base shows this to be an (extremely rare) position which white could win(!) except that it would take more than 50 moves(!). White K and one N chase black K laboriously counterclockwise around the rim of the board, then again to the upper right corner with both knights. Forced pawn moves prevent stalemate. Without the black pawn, of course white cannot force a mate. From NxQ, under best play white requires 56 moves before forcing black to move his pawn. What a game.