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Hikaru Nakamura vs Magnus Carlsen Speed Chess Championship (2017/18) (blitz), INT, rd 4, Jan-03
Nimzo-Larsen Attack: General (A01)  ·  1-0



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  Check It Out: Whoops!
Jan-05-18  JustAnotherMaster: the highlight of the match for the H-Bomb...he got DESTROYED like a patzer
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  FSR: Wow! You don't expect to see such a blunder from Carlsen in any form of chess.
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  WorstPlayerEver: This must be one of dem fake Magnus games from the twentieth century.
Jan-12-18  zborris8: This is 1|1 Bullet.
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  keypusher: <FSR: Wow! You don't expect to see such a blunder from Carlsen in any form of chess.>

Tal recounts making the same blunder in a blitz game.

May-02-18  Castleinthesky: Even the greatest can take their eye off the ball
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  JointheArmy: Was Carlsen OK before 15...dxc4?? ?
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  Jambow: Brutal and <JointheArmy> yes Carlsen was ok from <N>ever <A>gain <V>olunteer <Y>ourself...
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  beatgiant: For example, 15...Bg4, soon followed by ...Bh5 and ...Bg6, looks about level.

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