GM Swapnil Dhopade
Headcoach - Chess Pathshala
CARLSEN’S FACILE VICTORY.
Carlsen Magnus vs. Ding Liren, Carlsen Tour Final 2020
Hello Dear Readers,
To win at chess, it is not mandatory to play the best chess. The only requirement to win a game of chess is to play better than opponent. Magnus Carlsen has been doing that since a long time. The world champion plays fairly simple moves and converts the roughly equal positions in winning positions. This game is one fine example where Carlsen makes simple positional plans and triumphs over his Chinese counterpart.
Find the best move for white!
Find the winning continuation.
I hope you enjoyed the game! It is always a good technique to proceed gradually and exploit opponent’s mistakes! Stay tuned for the next article.
Down below are the solutions for yesterday’s puzzles.
Emmenecker, Pierre-Antoine vs. Baenziger, Fabian, 53rd Biel GMT
32… Qe3+ 33. Kf1 Bf5 0-1
Baenziger Fabian vs. Briand Amaury
14. Bxh6 gxh6 15. Qxh6 Bb7 16. Rae1 Bxf3 17. gxf3 Qxd4 18. Kh1 1-0
Karsay Pascal vs. Adrian Leopold, 53rd Biel GMT
28. b6 Nc5 29. bxc7 Nxd3 30. Bxb7 Ne5 31. Ne6 1-0
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