2023 SuperUnited Rapid & Blitz Croatia: Day 3 | #GrandChessTour

Live from The Westin Zagreb, the 4th SuperUnited Rapid & Blitz Croatia is the third of five legs of the Grand Chess Tour. Five of the Tour players are joined by five wildcards (players below) for a rapid round robin and a blitz double round robin. Today are the last three rounds of the rapid round robin. Join GMs Yasser Seirawan, Evgenij Miroshnichenko, Cristian Chirila, IM Nazi Paikidze, and WGM Anastasiya Karlovich for the move-by-move.


RAPID ROUND 7 | 25 Min. Incr. 10 Sec.
Viswanathan Anand
(8) vs. Jan-Krzysztof Duda
Fabiano Caruana
(8) vs. Gukesh D (7)
Richard Rapport (6) vs. Magnus Carlsen (6)
Ivan Saric
(4) vs.
Ian Nepomniachtchi (8)
Constantin Lupulescu (1) vs. Alireza Firouzja (5)

RAPID ROUND 8 | 25 Min. Incr. 10 Sec.
Ian Nepomniachtchi (8) vs.
Fabiano Caruana (8)
Gukesh D (7) vs. Viswanathan Anand (8)
Magnus Carlsen (6) vs. Jan-Krzysztof Duda (7)
Alireza Firouzja (5) vs.
Ivan Saric
Richard Rapport
(6) vs. Constantin Lupulescu

RAPID ROUND 9 | 25 Min. Incr. 10 Sec.
Viswanathan Anand (8) vs. Ian Nepomniachtchi (8)
Jan-Krzysztof Duda
(7) vs. Gukesh D
Fabiano Caruana
(8) vs. Alireza Firouzja (5)
Ivan Saric (4) vs. Richard Rapport (6)
Constantin Lupulescu (1) vs. Magnus Carlsen (6)


  1. I just love that chess is getting proper, Major League-level coverage like this.

  2. The female commentator is great. Her intuitions are on the mark.


  4. Will Magnus win the tournament again? I think not.

  5. Can you imagine if you just left the eval bar on the screen?? What a crazy thought. Crazy…

  6. I hate that Yasser keeps asking the time, pretending he doesn't see but he clearly sees it, both on his laptop and on the broadcast

  7. Don't provide any constructive feedback in the comments, they just delete the comment

  8. We cant even watch the games properly. Very bad management. I gotta say im not impressed

  9. in a sense chess is incredibly avant garde. It's the only sport/discipline where the computer/neural network is at a level that it simply exceeds human ability. All the top chess players are already used to this deference to the 'machine'. It's funny to see these older chess players reel from the moves the computer makes that defy any and all teachings they got in their long illustrious carreers. Personally i find analysing the superior computer moves more interesting than the humans blundering about. But that's a software engineer for you.

  10. Аркадий Чернобровкин says:

    Great commentators, great games, great tournament!

  11. Аркадий Чернобровкин says:

    Nepo let's go!💪🔥

  12. what happened to ramirez. i like his analysis very much

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