The FINAL GAME of the 2023 World Chess Championship – Ian Nepomniachtchi vs Ding Liren

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49 Comments

  1. There is no deserve in chanpionships, only the one who wins and the one who loses. Anything is possible with human beings including both rising and not to the occasion.

  2. Ding was very alert.ian was not.he made n other incshed.

  3. little late uploading the episode UnfortunatelyπŸ’”

  4. i like how he doesnt clickbait us like levy

  5. Ding won he deserves a movie on him it's so crazy how he got a chance to play and become world chess champion πŸ†β€

  6. yo nelson i got in the same chesscom league as u

  7. Congrats to all who participated!! And congrats to Ding πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

  8. Ding didn't deserve to win. Nepo is the real champion

  9. 2:22 "the passed a pawn, which could play a role in the future" ooooh yes it did play "a role" indeed πŸ˜πŸ˜†

  10. This is great. I hope this helps grow the game in East Asia where the game doesn't have as much of a cultural standing as go/weiqi.

  11. ΞœΞΏΟ…Ο‡Ξ±ΟΞ­ΞΌ Ιντ΢έ says:

    Within first 1000 views πŸ₯²

  12. Yes!! At last!
    Thank you Nelson, this analysis made my day

  13. Ian basically lost to Ding's 3 pass pawns, 2 of which are Queening.

  14. The story of Ding is crazy. He was not even supposed to participate in the championship. He had to win 20 games in a few weeks since he was not an active player due to covid but he qualified for the candidates, won against Hikaru in the last game of the candidates and went to face Ian in the World Championship. Ding never lead the match and it seemed to always be Ian who was applying pressure but don’t coming in clutch game 12 to even the score and then ultimately winning the tournament.

    Ding really deserves this win but it’s heartbreaking for Ian to lose like this but he did have his fair share of chances to win. Congrats to Ding for being the first Chinese World Chess Champion

  15. it was looking like a 4th draw, and with less than 2 minutes on the clock, Ding said NO (!!) and played rg6. Heroic chess played by the new champ. Gotta feel for Ian, that blunder f pawn push in game 12 will haunt him for a long time. Great recap Nelson!

  16. probs to nelson for typing the russian dudes full name

  17. Ian's problem is that he has never ever had the champion mentality.

  18. I believe Bb1 was a novelty, or if not is at least a very rare move. It did seem to be Nepo's prep, although it didn't work out particularly well as the game developed.

  19. Ding noob. Could have taken b6 with the knight

  20. And the fact that he only had like 1,20 min left when he decided to not settle for a draw!!

  21. what if stockfish take over when the rook pin happened can he still win it back?

  22. By move 59 Ian's position looked dreadful (at least to the amateur) but as noted here the computer tells us that a Bishop sack on g7 draws and I thought that in real time Ian would go for it…perhaps an intuitive desperate move that's very rough to calculate through, especially with only 27 seconds left. What was not noted here, was that also on that fateful move 59 h5 also draws (as per the evaluation). After the move made Qc7, a mate in one threat, Ding took all of 8 seconds to refute it with 59…Qg6, and the party was over.

  23. I really like how you show and explain what could happen in the different positions.

  24. Ding is a better player than Ian, there no denying

  25. The next video will be the eagles chess pux
    Zzles

  26. How much money did China spend in buying the trophy???? It is well known to what level China can fall. This world championship was very abnormal, and magnus also suspiciously decided not to play the world championship. I hope trust comes out.

  27. Thank you for the clear and concise analysis of these complicated matches!

  28. I don't follow chess but did see a while back that Magnus was upset about a player who was believed to be cheating. Did Magnus not play in this tournament because of that?
    And what was the result of that cheating scandle ?

  29. Can anyone tell me How Many Matches In Total They Played ??

  30. Clickbait. You know you won’t get clicks if it was you so you have to use the match as a mask. Loser.

  31. 13:20 it just goes to show that all games are winnable/salvageable…

    Ding wanted to win but he could've also easily lost
    same for Ian he lost the game once he messed up the move order

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