Magnus Carlsen stunned by 17-year-old super talent Abdusattorov Nodirbek | World Rapid 2021

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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 +2
Aryan Chaudhary

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.

Foo Barrel +987
Foo Barrel

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


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.

Ralph Bernatz +132
Ralph Bernatz

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

barenuffsafe +1

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

DoJoStan +68

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

Carlitoz_PR +4

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

Martin Eriksson +423
Martin Eriksson

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!👆☺️


Absolutely amazing! This kid has a nerve of steel!!!

abu hassan +58
abu hassan

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

Pohorex +15

You can tell that they came in with the initial plan against either other. Nodirbek clearly wanted freedom of movement and Carlson clearly knew how good nodirbek is at attacking with his knights. The early game for this was so fascinating and shows why they are the best

alex sokolov +36
alex sokolov

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

Víctor García Rocha +3
Víctor García Rocha

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

Skaarphy +24

I love how the extent of Nodirbek's triumph was a quick glance at Carlson at

Азизбек Каримов +71
Азизбек Каримов

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

Md shahid Ansari +9
Md shahid Ansari

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

Jakhongir Khamzaev +5
Jakhongir Khamzaev

What a bloody game!

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Meshwork123 +4

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

PaullHutchh +28

WHAT A LEGEND !!! Absolutely brilliant.

Branko Dancula +3
Branko Dancula

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