Magnus Carlsen, Gukesh, Pragg, Arjun, Anish | Superbet Grand Chess Tour 2024 Day 1

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It will be exciting to see three of the young Indian talents (Gukesh, Pragg and Arjun) going all out against Magnus Carlsen at the Superbet Rapid and Blitz – the Warsaw leg of Grand Chess Tour. It will be 3 days of Rapid followed by 2 days of Blitz! They will be fighting for the total prize pool of US$175,000 and the top prize of US$40,000. Apart from Magnus and Indian youngsters we also have two world class youngsters from Uzbekistan and Germany – Nodirbek Abdusattorov and Vincent Keymer. Two world class GMs – Anish Giri and Duda will also be gunning for the top spot.

These are the participants of the event:
1. Magnus Carlsen
2. D.Gukesh
3. Anish Giri
4. Praggnanandhaa
5. Jan Krzysztof Duda
6. Arjun Erigaisi
7. Nodirbek Abdusattorov
8. Vincent Keymer
9. Wei Yi
10. Kirill Shevchenko

Who do you think will triumph in 9 rounds of rapid and 18 rounds of blitz? Each game of rapid will count for 2 points while each game of blitz will count for 1 point. The time control in rapid is 25+10 while the time control in blitz is 5+2.

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  1. It would be great if Nodirbek beat 3 of the Indian chess players yesterday.

  2. Why is Hikaru not playing this competition?

  3. Show separately nodirbek vs gukesh game,please.

  4. Roma ( 8 years – champion of word ) – Arjun – 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Qe2! Nf6 4. d3 Nd4 5. Nd4 ed4 6. a3 d6 7. h3 Be6 8. f4 Be7 9. f5 Bd7 10. g4 ( guk ) Bb5 11. a4 Bc6 12. Bg2 Nd7 13. O-O Nc5 14. Bd2 O-O 15. Be1 Re8 16. Nd2 Na4 17. Nf3 Bf6
    18. h4 Nb2 19. g5 ( guk ) Be6 20. h5 Na4 21. g6 ( guk ) Qe7 22. Ne5 de5 23. gh7 Kh7 24. f6 Na4 25. Bh4 Nc3 26. Qd2 Qf8
    27. Rf6 Bd7 28. R1f1 Be6 29. Bg5 Ne2 30. Qe2 Qg7 31. Rh6 Qh6 32. Bh6 Rg8 33. Bd2 Rg3 34. Rf3 Rg7 ( 35 ) Rf6 1-0
    Roma – Pragg 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Qe2 Nc6 4. d3 Be7 5. c4 O-O 6. h3 b6 7. g3 a5 8. Nc3 d6 9. g4 ( guk ) Bd7 10. Be3 a4
    11. Bg2 a3 12. b3 Re8 13. O-O h6 14. Rb1 Qc8 15. Kh2 Nb4 16. Rg1 c5 17. Qd2 h5 18. g5 ( guk ) Nh7 19. Ne2 Ra7 20. Nh4 f6
    21. g6 ( guk ) Ng5 22. Ng3 Nh3 23. Bh3 Bh3 24. Nh5 Bd7 25. Ng7 Kg7 26. Bh6 Kg8 27. Qe2 Be6 28. Qh5 Bd8 29. Bf8 Kf8
    30. Nf5 Bf5 31. Qh8 Ke7 32. Qh7 Kf8 33. g7 ( guk ) Ke7 34. g8Q Bh7 ( 35 ) Rg7 1-0

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  6. Tough day for gukesh but bouncing back will not be a problem for him 😊

  7. Arjun erigaiski will win the tournament

  8. Guki was better in all 3 games, it's okay!! He'll improve his time management for sure😊
    Although my fav amongst the Indian youngsters was, is and always be pragg😅
    I first saw his game against vishy on this very channel quite a few years back. I'm not against any other players, it's just pragg is my fav😊

  9. I watched the games live at the venue. Got autographs of 8 out of the 10 players.

  10. In world championship gukesh shall try to avoid tie breaks

  11. Нодирбек чемпион🎉🎉🎉

  12. Gukesh will improve in shorter format soon. Calculation wise gukesh and nodirbek are better than others but he is improving slowly. He will comeback soon

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