Hikaru Nakamura's interview with New in Chess putting himself forward as the man to challenge Magnus Carlsen (acknowledging in another interview that Aronian was better than him right now) fired up pre-game expectations today.Nakamura chose the f3 Nimzo-Indian which caused Carlsen difficulties in Chennai.Das neue Duo Julian (aka JE_2601) und Niklas (aka Nico Balor) diskutiert in knapp zwei Stunden die insgesamt vier Lucha Underground Folgen.PS: Zum Downloaden den nachfolgenden Link anklicken. […] Global Force Wrestling „Impact Wrestling“ Ort: Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, USA US-Erstausstrahlung: 10.Carlsen's original treatment with the black pieces didn't work out and he said he played poorly today.
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Qg4 when he suddenly understood his position was "pretty desperate" because he was now "just too late" with his own play. Bxb2 was "completely desperate but I thought it was my only chance." Carlsen defended tenaciously in this lost position. which would have given the game legendary status if Nakamura had found it, and in discussion with others they feel he should have found this. Qxe4 Carlsen was back in the game but he thought Nakamura could make a draw with 40. "I think at this stage he was pretty upset anyway and last move before time control it's pretty hard to find." - Carlsen.
"That's what it's about, keeping the game one move longer" - Carlsen. After he didn't find this Carlsen had a winning position which he finished efficiently.
Nakamura obtained a big attack where "there must be so many ways to win" according the Carlsen. (although Carlsen said that "When he played d6 I was very surprised because I thought I'm very happy to get an open line.") wasn't the way and Nakamura's position became difficult and then lost in very short order. Nakamura spoke with Carlsen after being forced to resign on move 61, he must have been incredibly disappointed.
Carlsen said that it was "a bit of a freak occurrence" that Nakamura didn't convert such a position.