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|Oct-02-06|| ||Starf1re: the way the ratings increase every year i'm sure he'll be at 3500 by 2020|
|Oct-26-06|| ||alexkerford: This kid is the real deal man|
|Dec-28-06|| ||adviser: Carlsen & Karlakin are already super gms'. I think give him another 4-5 years he may become a world champion.|
|Feb-09-08|| ||notyetagm: Unbelievably brilliant kingside attack by Magnus. Too bad the other 2700s don't let Magnus play like this. :-)|
|May-24-08|| ||addiction to chess: Amazing!|
|Jun-20-08|| ||notyetagm: <jackmandoo: Yea he's good with his horses and castles.>|
|Aug-08-08|| ||fisayo oguns: <jackmandoo: Yea he's good with his horses and castles.> ha! ha! anyway magnus does it tal style if you know what i mean!!!!|
|Aug-13-08|| ||Hawks: Carlsen is young and can think clearly.
I hope he doesnt get into alcohol or other drugs.
|Aug-13-08|| ||Udit Narayan: I am confident that Magnus Carlsen will not pull a Lindsay Lohan.|
|May-04-10|| ||hstevens129: jesus.|
|Aug-31-10|| ||technical draw: 14 year old Magnus Carlsen. Brilliant game. Who would think of putting their king rook on h3 in FRONT of the h pawn? First goes the knight, then the rook, then the second rook and finally the bishop. What's left? Just the queen to checkmate in the center. WOW.....|
|Sep-20-11|| ||indoknight: the champion teacher! from Botvinnik ,to Kasparov ,to Carlsen(tomorrow)|
|Jan-21-12|| ||th3doctor: This rook maneuver is pretty crazy, not sure I've seen something like this before in a kingside fianchetto structure|
|Feb-03-12|| ||Girkassa: Greetings from the player who lost this game! :)
Indeed, I was shocked when Magnus played 15.Rh4, and I can't remember ever seeing such a manoeuvre before. I remember he wasn't too satisfied by his own play after the game, and he thought the position would be equal if I had played 18...a5. After 18...Qb8? it was a downhill struggle. Still, when I realized the position was lost, I was glad that it happened in such an entertaining way.
|Feb-03-12|| ||King Death: <Girkassa>, welcome to our site!|
Your move 5...b5 is a move Adorjan used to play back in the 1980s but I always liked 5...d5 or 5...Bb4+.
|Mar-24-12|| ||piltdown man: Phenomenal.|
|Aug-18-13|| ||SoUnwiseTheKnight B4: This one should have a name. Maybe Slaughter-loo Sune-set.|
|Aug-28-14|| ||kontoleon: Auto Annotation:
Annotations by Chessmaster: Grandmaster Edition Auto-Annotator. 30 seconds per move.
Book Move 5 4
Leave Book 0 1
CMX Agrees 32 29
CMX Disagrees 0 3
Agreement Pct. 100% 91%
Total Error 0.00 6.90
Relevant Error 0.00 1.48
Missed Mate 0 0
Moved Into Mate 0 1
Score: 0.89 24.Nxh6+ gxh6 25.Rxh6 Kg7 26.Rg5+ Kxh6 27.Bc1 cxd4 28.Rg4+ Qe3 29.Rh4+ Nh5 30.Rxh5+ Kxh5 31.fxe3 Rac8 32.Qd1+ Kh6 33.exd4+ Kg7 (Time = 0:32, Depth = 1/11)
The machie sac one move earlier but whith exacly same posision ...
Score: 3.40 31.Qh7+ Kg4 32.fxe3 Bg5 33.h3+ Kxg3 34.Qh5 Bxe3+ 35.Bxe3 f5 36.Bxd4 Rg8 37.Qh6 (Time = 0:27, Depth = 2/10) Exelend game !!!
Pins own queen and moves it to the edge. Leads to 30.Rxh5+ Kxh5 31.Qh7+ Kg4 32.fxe3 Rfc8 33.Kf2 Bf8 34.exd4 Rxc1 35.Qh4+ Kf5 36.Qf4+ Kg6 37.Qxc1 Rd8, which wins a rook and a bishop for a queen, a rook, a knight, and a pawn. Better is Kg7, leading to 30.fxe3 Rac8 31.Qd1 dxe3 32.Bxe3 Rfd8 33.Bd4 Bc5 34.Rg4+ Kh8 35.Qd2 Bxd4+ 36.Rxd4, which wins a bishop and a pawn for a queen, a bishop, and a pawn. This error did not immediately put black out of the game, but white was able to eventually mate.
Uh-oh! Leads to 33.Kg2 Rc2+ 34.Qxc2 d3 35.Qc3 Rg8 36.Qe5 f5 37.Qxe6 Rh8 38.Qxe7 Rh6 39.Qxa7, which loses a rook, a bishop, and two pawns. Much better is dxe3, leading to 33.Kg2 Kg5 34.Kf3 Rg8 35.Bxe3+ Kf6 36.Qh4+ Kg6 37.Qh6+ Kf5 38.Qh5+ Bg5 39.Qxf7+ Ke5 40.Bxg5 Rac8, which wins a pawn for a bishop and two pawns.
Black gives White a forced mate opportunity. Much better is Rc2+. Rxc1 leads to 34.h3+ Kg5 35.Qg7+ Kh5 36.g4+ Kh4 37.Qh6# and mate.
SORRY FROM THE ANALYSIS BUT THE ATTACK IS 100% CORRECT!!!
|Apr-25-15|| ||ToTheDeath: Great game, a shame he doesn't play like this anymore.|
|Mar-11-16|| ||ISeth: The learning part is Magnus sacrifices his Knight blowing up the castle and then a full Rook . His imagination & intuition is keen to see that once he strips out the Black King he has resources to threat and attack the Black King . The total play is on the Kingside and Magnus entirely decimates move by move and Black is helpless to stop it .|
|Mar-11-16|| ||morfishine: Rock'n Roll Ostmoe's no slouch|
|Mar-11-16|| ||kevin86: The champ can really catch a king.|
|Mar-11-16|| ||catlover: What a spectacular attack...I couldn't believe my eyes as I watched Carlson just keep tossing away piece after piece as he pursued the attack. I began to wonder if would have enough left over with which to checkmate! |
Having Talleksen among the kibitzers was also a bonus.
|Mar-11-16|| ||ajk68: <Girkassa>: "he thought the position would be equal if I had played 18...a5. After 18...Qb8? it was a downhill struggle"|
Does anyone have an explanation why a5 is positionally a good move? Also, what is positionally wrong with Qb8?
|Mar-11-16|| ||Gilmoy: Offhand, Black's actual line with <18..Qb8 19..Qb7 20..Qxd5> is too many tempi for not much gain: White has resolved center tension without any serious disruption, and has a 4-v-1 on the K-side with snap mate threats.|
<18..a5> supports Bb4, and maybe a4 intending the Ra2 pin for annoyance. Then Rf(b,c)8 and play with both Rs, while White's Rh3 is out of the game.
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