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Wch chess blitz Moscow 2010 Part 1 this game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pelhuxTF1q0&feature=plcp.
what chess set is this?
0:47 why not Qg2?
of course , he had no choice game was over. he had to move king away ,
which would lose him the pawn , and then carlsen would win after promoting
his pawn to a queen and eventually checkmate
cause of Qe5 + annoying
he would EVENTUALLY have to move his king away. but at that last move he
did not have to.
@JAYCAPSLOCK nooo… it would be an exchange of both pawns
Next move: Kg2 f4 e4 Ke2 Kg3 Ke3 Kg4 pawn dies… Kramnik unhappy
Everyone on youtube is always a genius “why not this?, why not that?” LOL
Isn’t the initial position already lost?
after pawn f4, black could respond pawn to e4.
Last move of Carlsen was really strong
Kramnik resigned because after Ke2 f4! wins the f3 pawn.
It’s an unstoppable win for black
it would be draw if pawn would be on the side of the board (A of H file). 1
pawn in center and king is enough to push for gueen
Carlsen is beast
Magnus Carlsen is an amazing chess machine. He is a pride of Norway. I wish
I had 1/10 of the passion he has for the game. And I wish the Norwegian
people would treat him like the National treasure he is.
Great game, even though kramnik hold the position carlsen went to win the
match,.. Galing mo carlsen
After Carlsen’s last move, Why Kramnik didn’t do pawn in f4? The match will
be a draw, but i’m NOT sure
59.Qc8 Qg5+ 60.Kh3 Kg7 61.Qc3+ Kh7 62.Qc7 Qf5+ 63.Kg2 h4 64.Kf2 Qg6 65.Ke2
h3 66.Ke3 Qg5+ 67.Kd3 Kg7 68.Qh2 Kg6 69.Qxh3 Qf5+ 70.Qxf5+ Kxf5 71.Ke3 e5
72.Ke2 Kf4 73.Kf2 f5 74.Ke2 Kg3 75.Ke3 Kg2 ;and Kramnik resigns in a dead
lost position with the white pieces.
Qe5 + i think