Magnus Carlsen vs Ian Nepomniachtchi || World Chess Championship (2021) || Game 2 

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Carlsen, Magnus (2855) - Nepomniachtchi, Ian (2782)
Carlsen-Nepomniachtchi World Chess Championship ( [2] 2021.11.27
E06 Catalan, closed, 5.Nf3

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.g3 Be7 5.Bg2 O-O 6.O-O dxc4 7.Qc2 b5 8.Ne5 c6 9.a4 Nd5 10.Nc3 f6 11.Nf3 Qd7 12.e4 Nb4 13.Qe2 Nd3 14.e5 Bb7 15.exf6 Bxf6 16.Ne4 Na6 17.Ne5 Bxe5 18.dxe5 Nac5 19.Nd6 Nb3 20.Rb1 Nbxc1 21.Rbxc1 Nxc1 22.Rxc1 Rab8 23.Rd1 Ba8 24.Be4 c3 25.Qc2 g6 26.bxc3 bxa4 27.Qxa4 Rfd8 28.Ra1 c5 29.Qc4 Bxe4 30.Nxe4 Kh8 31.Nd6 Rb6 32.Qxc5 Rdb8 33.Kg2 a6 34.Kh3 Rc6 35.Qd4 Kg8 36.c4 Qc7 37.Qg4 Rxd6 38.exd6 Qxd6 39.c5 Qxc5 40.Qxe6+ Kg7 41.Rxa6 Rf8 42.f4 Qf5+ 43.Qxf5 Rxf5 44.Ra7+ Kg8 45.Kg4 Rb5 46.Re7 Ra5 47.Re5 Ra7 48.h4 Kg7 49.h5 Kh6 50.Kh4 Ra1 51.g4 Rh1+ 52.Kg3 gxh5 53.Re6+ Kg7 54.g5 Rg1+ 55.Kf2 Ra1 56.Rh6 Ra4 57.Kf3 Ra3+ 58.Kf2 Ra4

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Komentari : 944   
Man I don’t want to be pathetic, but I think someone needs to say this: Thank you so much for all the effort you put in your videos, Antonio. Your upload speed is insane, game 2 finished minutes ago! I’m watching your videos for years now and I don’t think that there is any chess youtuber that deserves all the credit more than you do. Keep up the good work man, we’re all supporting you!
before i watched your game 1 video, game 2 was being livestreamed… when i finished it, your game 2 video had been out already for 15 minutes. you are unmatched lol
The middle game in this one was so intense and complicated the fact that it ended in a draw is still a mystery
The fact that both players are going this extent for a win makes this games entertaining even if they are drawn
Surya Prakash Marepalli
38 minutes of uninterrupted professional presentation, interpretation and analysis. And the minutes flew like a few moments of solid amazement! This game will stand the test of time even though its a draw and also this video.
rakesh kumar
Some people who only watched result were saying its draw again . Boring result.
Ryan Rozycki
Those photo breakdowns were unexpected but absolutely hilarious. I love this channel.
Alizain Devshi
“B4 seems to the crucial move in every game with Black or White” just cracks me up. Well done Agad
I really enjoy the photos, the information about the time format and your insights and anecdotes. I do not watch the games coverage, it is too long for me honestly, but I really like getting "into the mood" for the game, its a very concise, instructive and entertaining way to enjoy these legends battling it out. Thanks, Agadmator.
This game was crazy. Yes, it ended in a draw, but the middlegame was crazy. Even the length of the video suggests it :) so many sidelines what could have happened.
Igor Bednarski
What a fascinating match. Today's game proves that Nepo is underrated and his positive score against Magnus isn't to be written-off as "they were just kids", it's not characheristic of Magnus to blunder away his advantage and the exchange in one move (and yes, it was a blunder, he said so himself, mentioning that he completely missed Nc5 and giving up the exchange was not intentional). This will be a tough match for Magnus.
I totally agree with you, Agadmator: there's nothing wrong with a 'good draw'. It simply shows two GREAT players at the very top of their game; giving their all. Two brilliant chess minds battling it out. Only in Chess is this possible. Great video as always, Agad'. You are the best.
Please don't apologise for a long video. They are great! and by far the best on HRburn. thank you.
Pedro Rengel
The interesting thing about this match is that it is actually a match between two humans. Nepomniachtchi and Magnus are both players that form and follow human lines of thought, using computers to bolster rather than determine their play. So you can trace the thought patterns of ach and it feels like an actual contest rather than a memory competition.
Ronnie Aspbäck
I hope Magnus holds the title, but I really like Nepo and his style of chess. So I would really accept him as the new WC without any hate and a lot of congratulations
Nepo almost gave me a heart attack with all those missed opportunities
Giovanni Corno
My complimenti for the speed! I have the feeling Nepo lost a good opportunity. This is high level chess, with lots of complicated possible variations, very difficult to say which is the best for both.
Dario Salvi
after two games I think Magnus is playing for the surprise while Ian is aiming for solid openings, don't know which strategy will pay off, but I see a more dynamic play from both compare to the last two WCCM. I also see Magnus being a little bit more tired and tense after the games, while Ian seems to me more relaxed and precise.
Tatsuya SIGH
Some people be like ''boring draw' and 'Nepo choked, Magnus played terribly'. I swear they want perfect chess with no mistakes but somehow produce decisive results