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Abdusattorov, Nodirbek (2716) – Erigaisi Arjun (2712)
Qatar Masters (chess24.com) [9] 2023.10.20
D31 Queen’s Gambit Declined, semi-Slav, Marshall gambit

1.c4 e6 2.Nc3 d5 3.d4 c6 4.e4 dxe4 5.Nxe4 Bb4+ 6.Bd2 Qxd4 7.Bxb4 Qxe4+ 8.Be2 Na6 9.Bd6 Qxg2 10.Bf3 Qg5 11.Ne2 Ne7 12.Ng3 e5 13.Qb3 O-O 14.h4 Qf6 15.Ne4 Qe6 16.O-O-O Re8 17.Rhg1 Nf5 18.Bh5 Nd4 19.Qd3 g6 20.f4 c5 21.fxe5 Nb4 22.Qf1 Qf5 23.Rxd4 cxd4 24.Nf6+ Kh8 25.Bxb4 Rxe5 26.Bd1 Be6 27.Bd6 Bxc4 28.Ng4 Qxf1 29.Bxe5+ Kg8 30.Rxf1 Bxf1 31.Nf6+ Kg7 32.Kd2 Bg2 33.b4 h6 34.Bb3 Kf8 35.Bxd4 Ke7 36.Ke3 b6 37.Ng4 Bh3 38.Kf4 g5+ 39.hxg5 hxg5+ 40.Kg3 Bxg4 41.Kxg4 Rd8 42.Ba1 Rd3 43.Kxg5 a5 44.bxa5 bxa5 45.Bc4 Rd2 46.Kf4 a4 47.Bc3 Rh2 48.Kf5 Rh4 49.Bf6+

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Magnus Carlsen and Hikaru Nakamura top the field for the Qatar Masters, a 9-round Swiss tournament taking place from 11–20 October 2023 in Lusail, Qatar. The prize fund is $110,000.

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96 Comments

  1. He's got to make many more blunders to catch up to me!

  2. The two bishop overpower the rookkkkkkkkk

  3. After black plays pawn to e5 white should play queen to d2 and black is lost………..whether he trades queens or not…………………..

    If black trades queens than he still cant castle and his pieces are quite hanging, restricted or undeveloped while whites pieces are active and the rooks ready to jump in the game….

    If black avoids the queen trade white will play queen to c3 to pressure the e-pawn and prepare to castle long and black is almost undeveloped too in this case….

  4. Heartbreaking to say… But Indians GM choke at crucial moments. Olympiad, Asiad and so many places.

  5. Cant believe arjun is clearly winner but he lastly blundered like noob player this so heartbreaking for us

  6. In the final boss fight, when he trips over his cape and lands on his own sword. Ouch.

  7. Pal Benko had a habit of hanging a rook in various games.

  8. What a wildly odd game. Complete pandemonium and then ends in a tragic novice blunder 😳 this is going straight to the library boys

  9. So many complicated lines in this Game I found it hard to follow the tactics or ideas behind the moves were kind of puzzling seemed more like a game where just trying to avoid Blundering pieces I really didn’t see the clear path to winning you get with a lot of games Thanks For the Game Agadmator tough Blunder reminded me of myself yesterday my opponent jumped his knight right where I could take with a pawn I don’t know what I was thinking totally spaced it out he was going for a checkmate with his two knights and Queen the other knight was not a threat as I bought my own knight back to cover the pawn that he was going for he bought his other knight which had I seen could’ve been taken by my pawn doesn’t happen hardly ever but not something I’ll forget

  10. I’m wondering If say Arjun had sacrificed his Rook for the last black pawn would Nordibek have been able to Checkmate with just two Bishops and the king ?I know I’ve seen Alireza or might have been Fabiano Checkmate someone with a Knight and Bishop is checkmate possible with only two Bishops I would think extremely difficult I’m not sure tho

  11. Give it a rest. Too confusing an explanation even for agadmator.

  12. Pragg back breaker
    Abdu heart breaker

  13. Your mic sounds overloaded on this vid. Normally not a problem.

  14. "There is no remorse like the remorse of chess."
    -H.G. Wells

  15. My bishop pair never works when I want it to work. It becomes footloose in my games

  16. I know having to concentrate for hours is straining on the mind and all, but jesus Arjun, how do you miss bf6?? I saw that move INSTANTLY

  17. Insanely complicated game wow… And then it ended with a basic blunder like that?? wtf

  18. Maybe its only an issue for me, but it sounds like there is a sound problem??? Maybe its time for a short "sorry about that"?

  19. wow what a game… lots of positional tactics and complex problems to look out for

  20. Sad! Arjun is such a great player! The only good thing about this: we see once more that even the best can do dumb blunders just like the rest of us!

  21. Sorry for Arjun, what a terrible blunder!

  22. The audio quality of this video is quite bad in places on the louder sections, there seems to be some distortion of agadmator's voice, as though the signal is amplitude limited or has been compressed badly. Very nasty. It is not my audio reproduction as the effect is only on this video.

  23. cant believe I groaned out loud from sadness after that move, couldn't even look at the screen and just covered my eyes. So close.
    As time goes on, I become more like the sports lovers who watch sports and yell and grieve together for the players.

  24. It was a very strange game. The early hunt of the black queen was putting Arjun in a tough position.

  25. ELO 2712 and you can still just blunder an entire rook in an endgame with an almost empty keyboard… Quite impressive…

  26. Nodirbek, the cheater, does it again ! Why am I not surprised?!

  27. Moral of the story: Everyone makes these one-movers, but the better you are, the less likely you are to blunder.

  28. Noooooooo! That game was drawn was it classical or what format was this game?

  29. Poor Arjun is was about to win the tournament of his career. Historic day for Ouzbek.

  30. Here's my answer for the second pause the video moment: new young players have become crazy good at unique, complicated situations.

  31. This happens to indian players many times. They make mistake at crucial times. Chess is cruel. Even if we play 10 extraordinary moves one bad move can nullify all the good moves we played.

  32. The position is not hopeless. This is what you call it : completely new game. F P ✊✌️

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