Watch Anish v Pragg! Alireza, Nodirbek, Wei Yi & Ian Hunt For The Lead! | Tata Steel 2024 Rd 5

World Chess Champion Ding Liren returns for the Tata Steel Masters in Wijk aan Zee, the first super tournament of 2024! Women’s World Champion Ju Wenjun also plays, alongside the likes of Giri, Nepomniachtchi, Firouzja and Praggnanandhaa. Watch live—Masters:
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28 Comments

  1. Congrats to Ju wenjun for converting the advantage into a brilliant victory 🎉❤

  2. Wow. On the plus side, Alireza had better fashion – I much prefer his shade of orange/rust hoodie to her darker top.

  3. Congratulations for Ju Wenjun, she is a warrior!

  4. Alireza played with lower rated opponents to get to candidates. This is what happens when you farm lower rated players. And when games are not fixed. You lose your sharpness and lose games. Karma at its finest.

  5. Ju calculated well. She is 5 time World champion for a reason and Today she tortured Alireza.

  6. Alireza is going to play farmville after this tournament 😂

  7. Props to the Women's Champ……but, Reza man😂😂😂

    This will HAUNT him for years to come!!💀

    Prediction: Reza is NOT going to win candidates, No chance!🙃

  8. I don't understand why the best player Giri will be playing tomorrow against the worst one – Maghsoodloo. Shouldn't people that are close at the ratings play againt each other like Donchenko against Maghsoodloo and so on?

  9. The title of this vid confused me – I didn't know Ian Hunt was playing in the Masters. I mean he's an okay player for Lewisham, but not quite of this standard (though he does share my birthday, so clearly a good egg!).

  10. Such a huge pleasure to watch classical chess!

  11. I wish people wouldn't use terms like tortured and crushed. It's not very nice!

  12. Really enjoyed the commentary today! I think the rest day benefited the commentators as much as the players

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