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  • After Magnus Carlsen got the better of Alireza Firouzja and Jan Krzysztof Duda, very few people thought that he would have trouble winning the World Rapid 2021, but the 17-year-old Uzbek phenom Abdusattorov Nodirbek had other intentions. Abdusattorov ground down Carlsen in the same style for which the World Champion is famed. Check out the game and get to know the tension that arose in the tournament hall when the game was going on.
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  • Aryan Chaudhary
    Aryan Chaudhary 2 months ago +2930

    This chess thing has really picked up in the last few years. I like how they took an online game and made the pieces and stuff so it could be played in real life.

    • Alpha Capital
      Alpha Capital 10 hours ago

      when they start extreme chess maybe ill watch more.

    • Baza3
      Baza3 15 hours ago

      Cauze of netflix

    • MystixPlays
      MystixPlays 20 hours ago

      @Nunu Bynum bruh

    • Xensonar
      Xensonar Day ago

      @Hieronymous Lex No it isn't.

    • koshua
      koshua 2 days ago

      @chera rayo yt you're not wrong; I was playing an early version of chess online in 1989, and it doesn't get much more prehistoric than that. of course, we didn't call it "chess" back then, that came later. it was known instead as b.... (cont'd page 37)

  • CHESS CONSTRUCTOR
    CHESS CONSTRUCTOR Month ago +477

    the end game was crazy, he defended his own pawn while simultaneously attacking the king AND the black pawn while forcing a position which carlsen wasnt too happy to end in. really phenomenal.

    • Gary
      Gary Day ago

      good luck nodirbek

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 6 days ago

      @Warlord Orca "almost managed to comeback"
      No, Nodirbek had control of the game the whole time ... brilliant play on his part.

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 6 days ago

      @A B I didn't say anything about you.

    • Andy Adams
      Andy Adams 10 days ago +2

      @Hugh Basanes i completely understand all these dudes are experts, but we’re ALL human and who knows whether or not he wouldn’t have made a mistake! I’ve seen it happen just playing for fun with no pressure! These dudes are on TV for CHESS MAN! If that’s not added pressure, then idk what is! These guys are beyond amazing! Hence why any TV station would even to bother to come! Chess is actually good to watch when two “masters” of the game are playing! Learn a lot from it! And they rarely ever make game altering mistakes! Closing a game of chess out when there are only a couple pieces left, for some reason to my brain is the most difficult thing to do! Lol much love yall

  • Ralph Bernatz
    Ralph Bernatz 3 months ago +130

    Well played from this young chap - hope to see more from him. Hats off!

  • abu hassan
    abu hassan 2 months ago +58

    Very intense minds , love the dynamics of the young man 👏👏👏

  • Carlitoz_PR
    Carlitoz_PR 4 months ago +4101

    Is not the first time this kid has given Magnus so much trouble, this time he won instead of a draw. Amazing talent

    • Justine Candelaria
      Justine Candelaria 2 days ago

      @S. H. because if take it its a game over 2 to 3 moves

    • peacewalker99
      peacewalker99 Month ago

      @Rasydan 2004 why is it definitely game? I am not a pro, so please point out the flaw in my thinking - Queen takes Queen. King takes queen, pawn moves one up, pawn becomes queen, pawn moves one up, queen far right check, king hides behind pawn, and then? It seems Magnus still would have the opportunity to also turn his pawn into a queen.
      The king and the pawn are too close together at that point

    • Polish Husaria
      Polish Husaria Month ago

      @Dionell Walker
      OK I was wrong!

    • Dionell Walker
      Dionell Walker Month ago +1

      @PiptheProfit100 finally someone who knows chess on here besides the people who agree the young guy won and this wasn't a draw

    • Dionell Walker
      Dionell Walker Month ago

      @Polish Husaria that was not a draw any decent chess player could see the young guy had position after checking him and forcing the queen swap and from there the young guys pawn is one move from getting another queen and bam game over

  • DoJoStan
    DoJoStan 2 months ago +67

    The protection of the pawn was insane. What a game.

    • Justine Candelaria
      Justine Candelaria 2 days ago

      @Darkish its simple they dont want a draw

    • Eric Calhoun
      Eric Calhoun 7 days ago

      @DoJoStan Not that he would have 2 queens, but that Magnus would be forced to trade queens, and Nord would queen in the next turn. The pawn would be pinned to the king , and then it's just a matter of technique, taking the pawn off the board.

    • Darkish
      Darkish 23 days ago +1

      @DoJoStan around the 15min mark didn’t notice the Queen was still protecting the pawn

    • DoJoStan
      DoJoStan 23 days ago +1

      @Darkish Sorry what do you mean, Nodirbek's H file pawn couldn't have been captured by Magnus since it was protected by his queen the entire game. If Magnus captured it, it would mean losing his own queen. At the end Magnus resigned since Nordibek would eventually have two queens on the board after the check.

    • mod
      mod 24 days ago

      Its not that easy

  • alex sokolov
    alex sokolov 3 months ago +36

    Молодец Нодирбек. Браво. Здоровья тебе, твоим родным и близким. Так держать!

  • Jakhongir Khamzaev
    Jakhongir Khamzaev 23 days ago +5

    What a bloody game!
    GG WP, Abdusattorov! 🇺🇿
    Magnus is experienced, but this 17 y.o. is gold fish in chess world!
    I wish they will work more on promotion of this talent because all about sports is the show and skills 🤜🏻🤛🏻

  • Md shahid Ansari
    Md shahid Ansari 2 months ago +9

    Well played from this young chap - hop to see more from him. Hats off!!

  • King Bradley
    King Bradley 4 months ago +2848

    Defending that h7 pass pawn was absolutely insane by Nodirbek. A young talent on the rise for sure

    • Barbara Davison
      Barbara Davison 16 days ago

      @TONY STARK ok ok

    • Blaisem
      Blaisem Month ago

      @Hilmy Haidar The game was over well before the fork. It was very probably over before Magnus's 2nd remaining pawn was taken, but definitely as soon as it was taken.

    • HMQ
      HMQ 2 months ago

      @wiggityp I find most table top pursuits easy. Just lucky I guess. To me it's easy.

    • wiggityp
      wiggityp 2 months ago

      @HMQ for real? And you are....???

    • Hilmy Haidar
      Hilmy Haidar 2 months ago

      @SouthBay Films nodirbek's pawn was one step to promotion. Magnus must take the queen because it also checks his king. Then pawn promotion, and nodirbek's win. Magnus losses because he's pawn is unpromoted

  • Branko Dancula
    Branko Dancula Month ago +3

    Once in a lifetime, great endplay and great comment from Carlsen after did you underestimate him

  • Meshwork123
    Meshwork123 2 months ago +4

    🏆 There’s always someone better. Kudos to both players.

  • Ulfat Machanov
    Ulfat Machanov 3 months ago +21

    A very neat game by Nodirbek. Bravo and great good luck in the future!

  • EL - Emcee
    EL - Emcee 3 months ago +6

    Всем братским народам спасибо за поддержку,и поздравления нашего шахматиста.Желаю того же вам.

    • Blatant Speaker
      Blatant Speaker 2 months ago

      Чтоб с ним поступали так, как узбеки поступали с русскими после развала СССР

  • Víctor García Rocha
    Víctor García Rocha 4 months ago +3090

    Imagine beating Aronian, Caruana, Nepo, Carlsen and many others in the same tournament. Damn.

    • João Latado
      João Latado 4 days ago

      Probably cause no one has studied his playstyle yet. He grew up studying his opponents' plays.

    • BananaBoy76
      BananaBoy76 7 days ago

      At first I thought he is from China

    • henry 370z
      henry 370z 16 days ago

      Yea top players can lose and do lose games all the time but that doesn’t mean their opponent is better. In order to be consider a better player you must defeat that opponent in a match or have played the person multiple games over a period of time in order to have sufficient data to calculate the odds and ratio of wins.

    • Captain Greybush
      Captain Greybush 22 days ago

      @Julian Tsigos imagine being so sensitive that something like someone tapping their foot would affect your play... LOL. maybe you should wear some noise canceling headphones... maybe wear some sunglasses too, so the light doesn't bother your eyes and hurt your game. might even want to sit on some bubble wrap, vibrations can really destroy your concentration too.

    • JRCS Computing
      JRCS Computing 2 months ago

      @Atim 140 He wants the king next to the queen to setup the exact tactic that won the game. It was his only chance for a win. To be honest it was very careless of Magnus I would be annoyed with myself if I let that game end that way he must have been fuming. It really was the only tactic to win to be honest so all Magnus had to think was don't let him check on the dark squares and keep his queen moving on white. I am surprised a draw wasn't offered and taken to be honest.

  • S7EVIN
    S7EVIN 20 days ago +1

    that was really awesome to watch, im looking forward to see more from this young talent.

    • IMMORTAL
      IMMORTAL 18 days ago

      who won but can you tell me 17 yr old or world champion?? MAGNUS

  • Matthew Rodriguez
    Matthew Rodriguez 2 months ago +2

    This kid went through a damn gauntlet just to get to this match. He definitely earned that victory because he had to beat the who's who of modern day chess in this tournament (aside from Nakamura and Naroditsky) just to get here. Most kids would have folded under such pressure. It seems like he thrives on high pressure situations. The dude has ice in his veins.

  • Así de una
    Así de una 3 months ago +3

    Esta partida fue una locura total, Abdusa encontró agua en el desierto!

  • Dan Koning
    Dan Koning 15 days ago +2

    That big sigh from Magnus at 11:19 spoke volumes; he knew he'd have to defend his
    king, and keep Nodirbek's pawn from queening at the same time for the rest of the game.

  • m0t3ki
    m0t3ki 4 months ago +1821

    the end game was crazy, he defended his own pawn while simultaneously attacking the king AND the black pawn while forcing a position which carlsen wasnt too happy to end in. really phenomenal.

    • Tom Wallen
      Tom Wallen 2 months ago

      I opened my engine in the next window and watched every movie. What an AMAZING played endgame by this kid.

    • Jayson Kenley
      Jayson Kenley 3 months ago +1

      @PerssonTM Really?? I trust you, i suck at chess horribly

    • PerssonTM
      PerssonTM 3 months ago +1

      @Jayson Kenley No he didn’t.. Eather they would force queen trade and then the boy would just promote, and the pawn was always protected

    • zanetusken
      zanetusken 3 months ago +2

      I think Magnus got bored, really

    • Jesus is LORD
      Jesus is LORD 3 months ago +1

      Repent to Jesus Christ
      “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.”
      ‭‭Deuteronomy‬ ‭6:5‬ ‭NIV‬‬
      J

  • B
    B 2 months ago +1

    The pawn was key to that game. Creating a diversion while lining up the attack!

  • Weizer ThanBud
    Weizer ThanBud 2 months ago +7

    Strong spirited kid 💪 💙

  • Momota Banik
    Momota Banik 3 months ago +15

    I am preparing myself for national and international standards after watching this video and hopefully one day in the future I will represent my own country.😊just keep me in your blessings😀💖

  • Monsoon
    Monsoon 2 months ago +1

    Magnus clearly has external stuff going on and I'm glad he managed to pull through this game without surrender.

  • Foo Barrel
    Foo Barrel 3 months ago +981

    Fantastic game, and the kid was always up on time! Magnus must have been having heart-palpitations for the last 20 minutes!

    • Vishkicka
      Vishkicka 5 days ago

      @Jonathan Cortes You can't play chess, run or jump......

    • Foo Barrel
      Foo Barrel 7 days ago

      @Envy OK, technically for a few moves he was down on time, but during a preponderance of the the game he had a significant time advantage whereas Carlsen was forced to play largely on increment during the endgame, which is extremely taxing even for the best.

    • Flatulence The Unending II
      Flatulence The Unending II 8 days ago +1

      @Jonathan Cortes you do realizze that professional chess players can burn 3k-6k calories PER DAY during tourneys just sitting

    • Envy
      Envy 8 days ago

      He was down in time what are you talking about

  • Los Phoenix
    Los Phoenix 2 months ago +44

    I love this game.
    I wish we would fight wars like this.

  • tenisbek koilubaev
    tenisbek koilubaev 2 months ago +12

    Братскому народу Узбекистана поздравляю с победой Надирбека!

  • Lithium Dynamic
    Lithium Dynamic 10 days ago

    Meeting an actual legend is a once in a life time opportunity. But beating one, at 17 and not even cracking a celebratory dance after that handshake? Love this kid.

  • Higherintellect
    Higherintellect 2 months ago +1

    Never let them see you sweat. He was getting handled all game and his opponent knew it from the start 😂

  • Николай Серов
    Николай Серов 2 months ago +4

    Классно играет юный гений шахмат Надир Абдусотторов , победил чемпиона мира Магнус Карлсена 👍 !

  • LUIS IGNACIO CRUZ ESPINOSA

    EXCELENTE PARTIDA !!!
    FELICITACIONES A AMBOS MAESTROS Y UN ABRAZO.
    SALUDOS A LA COMUNIDAD DESDE MAPASTEPEC, CHIAPAS; MÉXICO.
    SOY UN MAESTRO DE ESCUELA PRIMARIA QUE TAMBIÉN LES ENSEÑO AJEDREZ A MIS NIÑOS ALUMNOS.
    GRACIAS !!

    • Alejandro Alba
      Alejandro Alba 6 days ago

      Saludos, Profe. Que sus alumnos aprendan mucho y sigan disfrutando de este bello juego.

  • Soie Royale BIO Cure Soyeuse

    Belle partie aux échecs Bravo #soiroyale 💓💓💓

  • Rzennstarr
    Rzennstarr 3 months ago +5

    what a wonderful game. May be Magnus underestimated the young talent. Anyways its a game and was a wonderful game.

  • Sardorbek Alijonov
    Sardorbek Alijonov 4 months ago +674

    I don't know how many times I watched this unbelievable game, we are proud of you Nodirbek, and wish you great rewards like this.

    • lothar krüger
      lothar krüger 2 months ago

      @Sardor Bek queentrade, White King left on d4
      Pawn b3, Pawn h8 gets queen, but King on d4 is in the way, no check.
      Carlsen can move pawn b2, White would go queen a8.
      King b1
      How would it continue? Im not that good of a Chess Player, so I dont see the coming moves. Would White try to set Black to Check, until White will somewhen get the pawn of carlsen?

    • Enrique Benejan
      Enrique Benejan 3 months ago

      @Sirfroz somji Jesus is mentioned in the Old Testament. Jesus is the prophesied Messiah from the book of Daniel who would come before the destruction of the Temple; He's the suffering servant from Isaiah 53; He's the one who was pierced in Zechariah 12; and so many other places. He is the great King from Psalm 2 & Psalm 110, & from throughout all of scripture. Jesus is the Son of God and Lord of all, and I pray you come to know him if you don't already -He loves you and all people; & salvation is found in no one else but Him. Peace to you and all people in Jesus' name.

    • Sirfroz somji
      Sirfroz somji 3 months ago

      @Jesus is LORD It's very good but why are you quoting the Old Testament. He's not mentioned anywhere in the Old Testament, certainly not in Jewish Tanakh?

    • Sardor Bek
      Sardor Bek 3 months ago

      @Muhammad Yusaf Raza, After Queen trade, Nodirbek would promote the pawn, that's a win.

  • S K
    S K Month ago +2

    Nodirbek is indeed super talented! Great to see him defeating Magnus!

  • Lao Mein
    Lao Mein 2 months ago +6

    Amazing how long the game persisted while only 6 pieces on the board

  • X net user
    X net user 3 months ago

    Fantastic game!!! Good luck Nodirbeg

  • Hillary Ndimele
    Hillary Ndimele 3 months ago +2

    Very Tensed from start to finish .What a game !

  • barenuffsafe
    barenuffsafe 4 months ago +1144

    Abdusattorov coming in like an absolute G, calmly pressed all the way then held the pawn into a victorious QP endgame against the best to ever do it. This kid was cold as ice and deserves the title for days. Big up man like Abdu nuff respect

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 17 days ago

      @Lazy AI It's not a draw, as any competent chess player can tell you. Not only is white going to queen, but Carlson is out of time on the clock, which is how he managed to allow the fork.

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 17 days ago +1

      @Mike K It wasn't a draw. People saying that don't know how to play chess.

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 17 days ago +1

      @Speedracer No one with an IQ above room temperature thinks it was a draw. Carlson lost, and he offered his hand to acknowledge it.

    • Leo Peralta
      Leo Peralta 26 days ago +2

      @Speedracer you're spreading fake news bro, it's not a draw...😂 Analyze the board how and why? 🤣

    • mainlymusicman
      mainlymusicman Month ago

      What language are you speaking?

  • Mike Fedorov
    Mike Fedorov 3 months ago +1

    Молодчина! Так держать!

  • Waimea Guyz
    Waimea Guyz 20 days ago

    Alireza plays professional at 15 years old. It was fascinating watching him make all of his moves trying to guess what he was doing.

  • Tim Rowley
    Tim Rowley 2 months ago

    Well done sir that was epic 👍

  • emaildavidlehman
    emaildavidlehman 14 days ago

    I like how they immediately fast forward after each move. Who needs time to absorb?

  • Khann 21
    Khann 21 4 months ago +686

    He has insane defensive skills. A true technician, just like Kramnik

  • Patriot
    Patriot 3 months ago +2

    Chess is such a relaxing game. lol. Amazing talent on both sides.

  • David M
    David M 3 months ago +1

    He "out-Carlsened" Carsen! Truly SUPERB positional and endgame play.

  • COME GET UR BOY CLINT

    Amazing display of authority

  • Michael Barnathan
    Michael Barnathan 2 months ago

    Amazing use of pawns by Abdusattorov

  • TC Candler
    TC Candler 4 months ago +580

    c4 is not the English any more... it is Magnus Kryptonite.

    • Oscar Lanuza
      Oscar Lanuza 22 days ago

      @Jimmy I mean, it's hella random that TC Candler commented this vid.

    • Jimmy
      Jimmy 22 days ago

      @Oscar Lanuza No? It means that Magnus struggles against c4.

    • Ramirus Leiva
      Ramirus Leiva 3 months ago

      Magnus did a Bruce Lee move when he saw 1.c4 almost squared up on him

    • josenildo ferreira assunção
      josenildo ferreira assunção 4 months ago

      personal preference list

    • David Severance
      David Severance 4 months ago

      Hello

  • Oscar Rojas
    Oscar Rojas 2 months ago +7

    Someone could explain me why Nodirbek didn’t take the pawn in b5 when Magnus moved his king to a3?

    • Sithija
      Sithija 2 months ago

      thought the same thing.i think he tried to corner magnus'es king and give that winning check

  • Abdulaziz Shovkatov
    Abdulaziz Shovkatov 2 months ago +3

    16:36 i love how Magnus makes his face 😅

  • ESHAN JUST SING
    ESHAN JUST SING 3 months ago +5

    Gotta say, it's hard to deliver such an obvious checkmate which can be seen from a mile away coming but can't do sh!t about it, with just three pieces ! Great prodigy.

    • Gil
      Gil 9 days ago

      @Lishishur29 In case you or anyone else didn't figure it out yet the answer to this was given by Johnny up above:
      Johnny
      2 months ago
      @SouthBay Films yes but once he moved the King to safety his queen would have gotten taken, leaving him with only the king against 2 queens once the kids pawn ♟ was exchanged. Game over.

    • Lishishur29
      Lishishur29 Month ago

      @ESHAN JUST SING How is that a checkmate? Can't Magnus move his King down or to the left? I'm confused. I assumed Magnus just conceded

    • ESHAN JUST SING
      ESHAN JUST SING 2 months ago

      @John Because the guy got the king of magnus, getting queens doesn't decide the winner.

    • John
      John 2 months ago

      Why is it a checkmate. Wont they each get eachothers queens?

  • Gerard Dummett Unedited

    Love the good sportsmanship.

  • Mark Johnson
    Mark Johnson 4 months ago +245

    Great game. Very fun to watch. The level at which these guys calculate at any time control is amazing but at Rapid it is totally insane.

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 3 months ago +9

      @Swag M8 Pure projection, basement boy.

    • Mike Roa Greschen
      Mike Roa Greschen 4 months ago +24

      @Swag M8 So what's your ELO rating?

  • OSAKA DARK PROJECT
    OSAKA DARK PROJECT 15 days ago +1

    BIG SALUTE FROM KAZAKHSTAN AND RESPECT FOR Nodirbek GREAT GAME GUYS!

  • vinzent1992
    vinzent1992 Month ago +5

    The expression on Magnus' face when he realizes he has lost is priceless :'D

    • Darkish
      Darkish 24 days ago

      @vinzent1992 wow only thing I Didn’t see was if Magnus moved his King he would lose his Queen, which explains a lot. Thank you

    • vinzent1992
      vinzent1992 24 days ago +3

      ​@Darkish Magnus' queen is blocking Abdusattorov from promoting his pawn on the 7'th rank to a queen. in the last move Abdusattorov checks magnus' king with his queen while at the same time threatening Magnus' queen. The only option Magnus has is to take Abdusattorovs' queen with his queen, but then Abdusattorov will take Magnus' queen with his king and then there is nothing Magnus can do to prevent Abdusattorov from promoting his pawn to a queen in the next move. After that Abdusattorov would have had a queen and Magnus would have only had a pawn, there was no way Magnus could win in that situation.

    • Darkish
      Darkish 24 days ago

      Can you Explain how that last move ended the game?

  • Michael Vu
    Michael Vu 3 months ago

    Carlsen showed his respect by repositions the pieces at the end... He doesnt always do thag

  • Mike Oxbig
    Mike Oxbig 2 months ago +33

    I tried saying Magnus's opponents name out loud and my furniture started floating.

  • Lefty 941
    Lefty 941 4 months ago +719

    Nordibek heard Magnus talk about Alireza being his only opponent for the world championship classical and said Hold My Beer! Well done youngster and keep it up. Impressive performance

    • Kobiljon Kamolov
      Kobiljon Kamolov 4 months ago

      @Анимешный Критик what , who told you that muslim doesn't drink beer , they do but not as much as russians

    • deep wet
      deep wet 4 months ago

      @Helenas_Nail many muslim drinking doesnt mean it allowed .for muslim to drinking alcohol is shame .so i dont think any muslim would be proud even they drink

    • kochev - outsider
      kochev - outsider 4 months ago

      @Hilmy Haidar If you're not an alcoholic then it's not very bad to drink a little alcohol in most situations as a Muslim. But it is true, people that drink alcohol regularly clearly don't care about their own religion.

  • AlainHubert
    AlainHubert 2 days ago

    Nodirbek's heart must have been pounding in the last minutes of this intense game of cat and mouse.

  • Arif Saifee
    Arif Saifee 3 days ago

    @15:18 I was wondering why Nodirbek wasn't taking the black pawn. Surely there was nothing to lose and a lot to gain because that would've nullified any chance of Carlsen getting another queen. But this guy wants to win fast and he's confident he can and is sure-footed. If you look at their clocks, most of the time Carlsen is behind.

  • Muaz Altun
    Muaz Altun 2 months ago

    8:32 Ulen Magnus o çocuğun vezir değişelim, berabere bitsin isteği ile yaptığı hamleye verdiğin tepkiye gülüyorum en çok da 🤣 Sonunda kaybeden sen olunca o hafife alma gülüşü sana çok güzel ders olmuştur. ;)) Şampiyon 🇺🇿🇹🇷

  • A U
    A U 8 days ago

    As a kid I used to enjoy chess. Now I just don't have that same wonder lol. Magnes is the underdog I dont know how he keeps such interest and intensity for such a prolong period of time.

  • Thelaretus
    Thelaretus 4 months ago +396

    I had never heard of this boy, and now I'm a fan. What the hell, he came like lightning! Brilliant talent.

    • alfa-psi
      alfa-psi 3 months ago

      It happens to me too sometimes.

    • Anton Ironstag
      Anton Ironstag 4 months ago +2

      @wankasaurusrex not for everyone but I know some people who are more easily calmed down if they have something in their hands, wouldnt say its universal since I myself don't do it

    • wankasaurusrex
      wankasaurusrex 4 months ago +1

      @Anton Ironstag is it a universally recognized method of keeping calm? Cant they just breathe?

    • Kevin Solieff
      Kevin Solieff 4 months ago +4

      Thts how Uzbeks do :)

    • Anton Ironstag
      Anton Ironstag 4 months ago +3

      @wankasaurusrex helps calm nerves

  • matteuccidaniele
    matteuccidaniele 3 months ago +1

    Bella partita, congratulazioni! 👍🏻

  • oo oxygen
    oo oxygen 12 days ago

    14:36 i think he should've moved the pawn forward here, since his queen was finally out of position, he could have started advancing his own pawn to pressure him

  • Tejas Waghmare
    Tejas Waghmare 2 months ago +1

    Underestimated ❗ Raw Talent 😘

  • Yabba Dabba Doo
    Yabba Dabba Doo 3 months ago +1

    Brilliant end game by Firo, played Magnus into trap like a viper eyeing a rat.

  • Ananias de Almeida
    Ananias de Almeida 4 months ago +196

    Essa partida foi emocionante, uma verdadeira batalha entre gladiadores! Parabéns aos atletas!👏👏👏

    • Jedi Temple Guard
      Jedi Temple Guard 3 months ago

      @mortalrazer English is not the only language in the whole world

    • BILLION PUBG
      BILLION PUBG 4 months ago +2

      He is Uzbek young most talented boy! We love you Nodirbek! 🇺🇿🇺🇿🇺🇿

    • mortalrazer
      mortalrazer 4 months ago +1

      "Athletes"

    • Thelaretus
      Thelaretus 4 months ago +10

      @I live alone, shorty According to the definition of sport and according to the ICO, we are. :)

    • Ananias de Almeida
      Ananias de Almeida 4 months ago +12

      @I live alone, shorty Sim, os enxadristas são atletas, inclusive há atletas de xadrez em olímpiadas.

  • ELBR
    ELBR Month ago

    As a chess player I can confirm that we all fidget with our opponents captured pieces when we are in high intensity games

  • pipps
    pipps 13 days ago

    Apart from the opening, I guessed, move for move, right up until the last move for Abdbdbdbd. Does that make me a chess genius now? 😂

  • Hi Weeds
    Hi Weeds 2 months ago

    He suffocated the board with minimal exchanges to restrict Magnus' open board strength.

  • 7Lonely Joker
    7Lonely Joker 2 months ago

    O magnus teria jogadas suficientes pra fazer o peão dele virar dama também. Acho q ele apenas ficou impressionado com o rapaz e decidiu que elr merecia a vitória com a dama entre o rei e a dama. Gz

  • arsenalfanrichi
    arsenalfanrichi 4 months ago +433

    I remember a blitz game where Abdusattorov won against Naka in about 20 moves. Enjoy his style very much when he is in aggressive mood. Very mercurial Talent. We have some real genius level players coming through, along with Maghsoodloo and Wei Yi

    • psyborg06
      psyborg06 4 months ago

      @JUAREZ ORTIZ DIEGO 2nd in the world, not much more he can prove ;)

    • Mikael Arutyunov
      Mikael Arutyunov 4 months ago

      @Mohammed Qasim Why not?

    • Mohammed Qasim
      Mohammed Qasim 4 months ago +1

      No such thing as aggressive move in chess

    • Your Mom
      Your Mom 4 months ago +2

      Parham is no match against
      Abdus

    • Zr
      Zr 4 months ago +2

      @Jonah Murphy xiong has plateued, he's nothing

  • Jilly Warner
    Jilly Warner 3 months ago

    I know nothing about playing chess but i found watching this game intriguing, none the less. I had to read comments below to find out who the winner was. Kudos to the young man from Azerbijan for beating the best.

  • Gomace
    Gomace Day ago

    Imagine being a chess piece, but not only is Magnus Carlsen playing with you, but he's fiddling with you.

  • Parag Gugnani
    Parag Gugnani 3 months ago +1

    I haven't seen such a passed pawns. Amazing

  • YouTube Sucks
    YouTube Sucks 2 months ago +1

    I’d LOVE to get with the young guy!

  • Martin Eriksson
    Martin Eriksson 4 months ago +422

    This is truly the most amazing chess game in a long, long time, and the way this 17-year old guy thinks and play beats even my all time favorite player Bobby Fischer.Congratulations!👆☺️

    • J Jabble
      J Jabble 13 days ago

      karparov wipes the floor with Fisher and Carlsen at the same time.

    • Michael
      Michael 15 days ago

      I can beat both of them blind folded.

    • Blaisem
      Blaisem Month ago

      @James At the end? The pawn in the corner would become a queen.

    • kije7
      kije7 Month ago +1

      @James The king will hit the queen if he does it, then there will be only two kings chasing each other, he settled the result and besieged him

    • Daaim Shabazz
      Daaim Shabazz Month ago

      @Mustang's Collection He did not. Made outlandish statements, but was completely aware of what he was saying.

  • Otajon Burkhonov
    Otajon Burkhonov Month ago

    Fabulous job Nodirbek 👏💪.

  • Henry Changsan
    Henry Changsan Month ago

    Wow. He has beaten Magnus. Impressive!

  • Sir Smoke-a-Lot
    Sir Smoke-a-Lot 3 months ago +2

    It wasn't a particularly good game, but the boy made some nice moves towards the end...

  • Altimate
    Altimate 3 months ago +1

    Abdussattarov is wise, intelligent.
    Carlsen is wise and intelligent.
    Lifestyle and outlook makes all the difference.

  • Secret Wars - Michael Jordan vids channel

    He's now the youngest World Champion in history after he won the whole thing. Unbelievable (Sagar Shah voice)

    • John Proton
      John Proton 4 months ago

      @David Copson 👏😂

    • David Copson
      David Copson 4 months ago

      @BagsJapan Because he could see the king was alright.

    • David Copson
      David Copson 4 months ago +1

      @John Proton I think he was 32. Used a lot of anti-ageing cream!

    • John Proton
      John Proton 4 months ago

      @David Copson They found out he was really 50 years old. 🤣

  • Matt Trafton
    Matt Trafton 3 months ago

    I would like to see a couple of these uber chess geniuses play Jarl. After each move your tile's move changes and then changes back after moving the same piece.

  • Johnathan Archibald
    Johnathan Archibald 2 months ago

    Good lord he plays fast!

  • Bertrand Carlier
    Bertrand Carlier 3 months ago +1

    Tip my hat to you sir ! Great game !

  • Julie Ludwig
    Julie Ludwig 2 months ago +2

    My son played Chess growing up.
    I don’t understand the game past basic moves but I know enough to know that this was an intellectual battle.

  • Alex E
    Alex E 4 months ago +258

    This is literally the first game I saw Magnus Carlsen loses . Hats off to Abdusattorov Nodirbek. What a talented guy beating the world champion.

    • Azza Johnson
      Azza Johnson 4 months ago +2

      Loved watching him sign that paper, drop the pen, and walk off with his water bottle. You could feel the frustration.

    • Edward Barroso
      Edward Barroso 4 months ago +6

      @DK Popa never saw

    • Edward Barroso
      Edward Barroso 4 months ago +6

      @Wallace the best assumption is he never watch so often haha.

    • DK Popa
      DK Popa 4 months ago +3

      @Wallace never

    • Wallace
      Wallace 4 months ago +59

      @DK Popa And when did op say Magnus have never lost before?

  • Christopher R
    Christopher R 2 months ago +2

    The move that seemed to change it for me and didn't benefit him that I can see is @ 11:45, you can almost sense it in him after the pawn is taken... Like a Blunder

  • Udo Hammermeister
    Udo Hammermeister 2 months ago

    Verry amazing, the kings moves from Abdusattorov.

  • Jon as it is
    Jon as it is 17 days ago

    That pawn at the end 😂😂😂😂

  • Ano Nymous
    Ano Nymous 7 days ago

    I don't know much about chess, but it appears the main advantage that made the game, was his pieces in general being further towards the other side so there was a constant threat of upgrading the pawn.

  • Adarsh
    Adarsh 4 months ago +342

    Future talents are unpredictable. They attack strong defend in a wise manner and showcase brilliancy at all times

    • Jim Balter
      Jim Balter 3 months ago

      @Imanuel Not memorization of moves, learning concepts and sharpening one's play.

    • Imanuel
      Imanuel 4 months ago +3

      @Asmi Thakur so then it becomes a memorization game, of who can remember the most engine moves? Or you mean using them as you play?

    • Asmi Thakur
      Asmi Thakur 4 months ago

      @Imanuel they show you the best possible moves and its easy to understand chess moves all together

    • Imanuel
      Imanuel 4 months ago

      @Rohith Jacob how so?

    • Rohith Jacob
      Rohith Jacob 4 months ago +13

      Engines have changed the game all together

  • G G
    G G 3 months ago +1

    Congrats to Nodirbek! From Turkey 🇹🇷

  • ADRASTOURS  COMPANY
    ADRASTOURS COMPANY 3 months ago

    We are proud of our Uzbek talented guy. Good luck dear😊

  • smoks
    smoks 3 months ago +5

    my favorite part of professional chess games is how they dont talk after the match and just leave

    • odetoazam
      odetoazam 2 months ago +4

      Lol yeh kinda weird

  • Aziza gotovit
    Aziza gotovit 3 months ago +6

    Маш Аллох! 👏👏👏
    Кўз тегмасин илохим !
    Аллоҳ панохида бўлинг Нодирбек! 💐💐💐

  • Ulfat Imamov
    Ulfat Imamov 4 months ago +162

    Давненко не видел поражение Магнусса, Нодирбек молодец, а Яну красивый мат поставил в тай брейке, 17 летний чемпион из УЗБЕКИСТАНА, браво, успехов и классическом чемпионате, Всех Узбекистанцев поздравляю.

    • TARJIMA KINOLAR Toplami
      TARJIMA KINOLAR Toplami 2 months ago +2

      @Джохар Ибн Арслан это победа Надирбека ферзями поменяли у Нодурбека пешка близко к Фарзи и Мангус признал поражение и дал руку

    • Джохар Ибн Арслан
      Джохар Ибн Арслан 3 months ago

      Так это же ничья. Нет? В каком моменте он поставил ему мат?

    • Lirakis1
      Lirakis1 4 months ago

      navsigda

    • Murodjon Nabijonov
      Murodjon Nabijonov 4 months ago +1

      Rahmat

    • Davronbek To'laganov
      Davronbek To'laganov 4 months ago +3

      Спасибо большое за поздравления!

  • KeVO
    KeVO 2 months ago +1

    Trapped his Queen! What a brilliant play!