Magnus Carlsen Invented A New Chess Opening

Magnus Carlsen Invented A New Chess Opening – The Plough! Magnus Carlsen repeatedly played pawn to h4, which I’m calling the plough, in Titled Tuesday Chess, 7th November, late tournament on chess.com. Alireza Firouzja was his opponent in this epic game of chess.

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191 Comments

  1. You look like vulfpeck's singer and keyboard player

  2. h4 has some alternate names such as Kádas Opening (after Gabor Kádas, a Hungarian player), Anti-Borg Opening, Samurai Opening and Harry's Opening.

  3. Huh?
    I remember how kids in the middle school were using this opening some 20 years ago.
    Wtf are you even talking about XD

  4. Whoever invented the internet probably wouldn't have done it if they had known you would use it to publish this absolute garbage.

  5. love the analysis but not the clickbait title lol

  6. When I was a kid, I always opened like this, to fuck around with the rook. Now, to be fair, I always was bad at chess, but funny that first pawn thing happened

  7. You really got me with the “and here the players agree on a draw…. Just kidding!” dude I was a millisecond from clicking away

  8. It’s just unbelievable they think that deep in that short amount of time. Like they see all the moves in light speed

  9. Ain't no way I'm sitting and watching a chess video

  10. Isn't every match potentially completely new unless it's some duggies reading the manual like "Hmm yes your crunkle dunkle is no match for my shnoop loop".

  11. The plow / cadence opening is actually just a slight variation on the swedish kroner. In the swedish kroner the rook isnt activated, or pushes the A pawn. this allows the B pawn to be further utilized in the centre isle defence . But still genius by carlton.

  12. There's no invention here. This is as basic as it gets. Alireza just makes awful forward plunges.

  13. He also invented a new defense. It’s called “if-you-beat-me-I-claim-you-cheated-and-so-I-still-win” defense. It is literally unbeatable and he is a genius.

  14. I really dislike all the extra moves, just tell us the game.

  15. Not new and you do not invent a chess opener………..

  16. So after 30 seconds, you admit that the title lies and that it is not a new opening.😮😂

  17. Magnus played a beautiful game, his wedge formation was rock solid and well supported.

  18. προ is a Greek word & regularly used as a prefix on other words. It could be called a bastardization to mix Greek & Latin elements in one word

  19. It’s hilarious to find out Magnus HUGE opening, is the same opening everyone used in checkers in grade school.

  20. It’s hilarious to find out Magnus HUGE opening, is the same opening everyone used in checkers in grade school.

  21. It’s hilarious to find out Magnus HUGE opening, is the same opening everyone used in checkers in grade school.

  22. I can's understand why Firouzja did not seize the center squares in his first move.

  23. I can's understand why Firouzja did not seize the center squares in his first move.

  24. I can's understand why Firouzja did not seize the center squares in his first move.

  25. I can's understand why Firouzja did not seize the center squares in his first move.

  26. I’m not a chess buff, but I feel confident in saying that it’s far too late to invent any new strategy in this game.

  27. I’m not a chess buff, but I feel confident in saying that it’s far too late to invent any new strategy in this game.

  28. I’m not a chess buff, but I feel confident in saying that it’s far too late to invent any new strategy in this game.

  29. I’m not a chess buff, but I feel confident in saying that it’s far too late to invent any new strategy in this game.

  30. It’s hilarious to find out Magnus HUGE opening, is the same opening everyone used in checkers in grade school.

  31. I’ve always liked and admired Magnus, but never truly loved his playing style. Until this past year. Now he’s become an otherworldly magician. It’s like his old self has died since abdicating the crown, and he’s been reborn. Magnus the Grey is now Magnus the White. (Gandalf reference.)

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