Magnus Carlsen Vs. Kasparov

  • Publicado el Hace 11 años

    Arkham NoirArkham Noir
    suscriptores: 18 mil

    Magnus Carlsen was only 13 years old here.
    Prince of Chess directed and produced by Øyvind Von Doren Asbjørnsen. See the whole film here: www.princeofchess.com . This was at the Reykjavic Rapid 2004 tournament where some of the world's best players competed.
    A rapid game between the past and future world champion? 2 of the worlds greatest players indeed. I wonder what would happen if they were to play now.
    Interesting that sometime after this, Kasparov started coaching Carlsen for a while.
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjEmqu...

ThatRandomDude +44063
ThatRandomDude

Carlsen: Makes a standard opening move. Kasparov: Aw shit, kid’s good.

Hace un año
Jordan Adania
Jordan Adania

@Danilo Valadão because thats how ridiculous it actually was

Hace 8 días
KleinEvo
KleinEvo

Well there are 20 diffrent moves for your first turn but you dont see more than 5 of them in pro chess.

Hace 10 días
GeneralErica
GeneralErica

@Jan Snauwaert I once had an opponent like Kasparov (in demeanor, that is, i… whilst I’d like to say I’m quite proficient I am not the kind of guy for world championships I’m afraid) Anyway, we sat down, did our customary handshake and off we were, and he looked like he was about to shove the checkered board down my throat. It was absolutely incredible. Didn’t say a word, had his head resting on his hands most of the time, glaring at me with his almost rage-filled eyes. I’m pretty sure it was some form of tactic, because truth be told, I was pretty intimidated. Not because of any immediate threat, it was just… pretty uncomfortable sitting there, and I actually ended up not winning because of it.

Hace 11 días
Dexorne
Dexorne

@Jan Snauwaert Magnus caan lose his temper pretty easily too lol

Hace 14 días
flacsom Todos clãs
flacsom Todos clãs

He was just concentrating before start lol

Hace 15 días
Manzta +5365
Manzta

Y’all gotta understand that Kasparov as a grandmaster has everything to lose here and Magnus a 13 year old boy still has much ahead of him and no pressure would be on him at this point.

Hace 9 meses
Gleichtritt
Gleichtritt

You don't become number 1 if you can't handle pressure. Pressure is out of the equation here.

Hace un día
Ian Cassady
Ian Cassady

@Josh H so what's more impressive? a kid that is just as fast as usian bolt or usain bolt himself? its the kid and now that you have that answer just apply tye same logic here.

Hace 3 días
Josh H
Josh H

@Ian Cassady That kid is still a chess GM, plus Kasparov managed to win as white and draw as black. Is that not good enough? Not to mention, Kasparov was only a year older than Magnus when he was at the same elo as Magnus here.

Hace 3 días
Josh H
Josh H

@Rakurai Kasparov was rated as 2830? at the time compared too the 2550 Magnus. Checking win probabilities, Kasparov only had a 50% chance of winning both matches and there was a 25% chance a game would end in a draw. Seems like a very likely conclusion, no?

Hace 3 días
FX
FX

yeah, ya'll gotta understand that!

Hace 5 días
Neil Francois O. Salcedo +2061
Neil Francois O. Salcedo

The way Magnus didn't start the clock was very respectful and badass. He knows he doesn't need that advantage.

Hace un año
Jack P- +3
Jack P-

@Simply Oh you are positive? The kid knew chess openings and endgames like few to none at his age. He knew tactics and read a lot of books, but sure he wasn't aware of this basic concept of when you can start...

Hace 4 días
He Was
He Was

@phoenix21studios it’s the opposite.

Hace 5 días
frenchyoutoo +6047
frenchyoutoo

Kasparov: Chess is my Life *Carlsen makes first move* Kasparov: Checkers is my Life

Hace un año
Aleksi Suuronen
Aleksi Suuronen

Carlsen: Donald Duck is my Life

Hace 11 días
Flamink Dolfyn +1
Flamink Dolfyn

@ Bluemoon - Black chooses on which side of him he prefers the clock, in the same way that it is 'fair' for white to make the first move. Rules of chess. Where would you have placed the clock?

Hace 22 días
Flamink Dolfyn
Flamink Dolfyn

@ Ryan Flanagan - I didn't see any gnomes playing chess in the video. What is this comment about fairy tales and barbaric tribal delusions here for, exactly?

Hace 22 días
Ryan Flanagan
Ryan Flanagan

@Bluemoon . . . do you believe in afterlife?

Hace un mes
EGvids1 +2377
EGvids1

3:15 the fact that 13 year old Magnus is not even looking at the board he is looking behind him and on top of that he gets up and walks away is legendary. To top it off as soon as Kasparov plays he comes back and plays back right away. Many would say that it was the highest possible disrespect to Kasparov butt i call it simply genius 😅

Hace un año
AcidSeth
AcidSeth

Since Kasparov arrived late there couldn't have been a better response...

Hace un día
Jul W
Jul W

@EaglePicking I doubt that

Hace 7 días
Slam Shift +1
Slam Shift

I mean, Kasparov paid the first disrespect by being incredibly late

Hace 7 días
Dandy Lion +1
Dandy Lion

Maybe. Or he's just playing how he likes and staying relaxed, which keeps his head in the best possible space.

Hace 9 días
Erik Danielsson
Erik Danielsson

No hes respectful for doing that! Its to relief pressare on kasparov!!

Hace 14 días
Fishy Fish +23669
Fishy Fish

Wow, that Kasparov guy actually managed a draw with Magnus Carlsen

Hace un año
Atharv Khandelwal
Atharv Khandelwal

So sarcastic

Hace 23 horas
Marco Charette Official Music +1
Marco Charette Official Music

@Rondo2ooo Maybe they did and are sarcastic or trolls. Never underestimate. XD

Hace 4 días
Rondo2ooo
Rondo2ooo

Interesting how many people don't get the original comment in this thread.

Hace 10 días
Rajha Voldigord
Rajha Voldigord

Brus kasparov is on of the legend of chess

Hace un mes
nik Lazz +7
nik Lazz

Obviously Kasparov had an immense pressure not to lose to a 13yo and #700 in the world. BUT... damn did Magnus as a kid made him shit bricks during the whole game. The amount of confidence at 13 years of age from Magnus is outstanding. 3:13 I think Kasparov did that move on purpose since Magnus wasn't looking at the board at the time. Little did it work when the kid came back running to make his move knowing exactly what he had moved and making Kasparov even MORE nervous. Kasparov was terrified of 13yo Magnus!

Hace 3 días
Holiday Thrawn +2049
Holiday Thrawn

I love that Magnus has his orange juice by his side as he smashes the world champion

Hace un año
Commenter
Commenter

@Raishin Kasparov drawer with him

Hace 5 días
Commenter
Commenter

@Adani safira most 13 year olds are having fun doing what they love. Some are getting through messed up childhoods and the others are doing something productive. Please don’t act like a 13 year old playing chess like this is anything special. It’s impressive and likely can’t be done by ordinary people but doesn’t change the fact that chess is a dying game

Hace 5 días
Grated Radish
Grated Radish

@Dingus If you draw against a kid you got smashed. Rules of life.

Hace 11 días
Jeremy C
Jeremy C

@Gingnose A 13 year old kid. Garry Kasparov. Don't downplay what just happened here.

Hace 12 días
Mons Esh
Mons Esh

@Raishin  Does a tie against a 13yo when Kasparov is a legendary GM count as "beat him handily" to you?

Hace 12 días
Spiral Phoenix +638
Spiral Phoenix

The fact that he was able to stand up and check how the other games went in the middle of his match is such a power move.

Hace 11 meses
Maniae Official
Maniae Official

@lusteraliaszero You're a person of sense.

Hace 5 días
lusteraliaszero +2
lusteraliaszero

@FrostedLogic it's not about him being 13 though, obviously him being in the situation he's in is impressive, but his behaviorism is just like any other pro might behave in front of kasparov, it's totally normal chess pro behavior, so to deify it in this already established as amazing context is stupid

Hace 6 días
FrostedLogic
FrostedLogic

@lusteraliaszero i can tell you know very little about chess nor the people at the top of the game to make this statement lmfao. this is a 13 year old looking away from one of the best players in the world to watch other games. please do tell me the last time you were facing one of the top players of a game and were able to just watch other people play. at 13

Hace 6 días
lusteraliaszero +2
lusteraliaszero

@walking every youtube comment about some kinda popular public figure will be filled with them worshipping every little thing they do no matter how mundane

Hace 7 días
walking +6
walking

@Deepak Bisht i thought i could see good info about this game in the comments but just finding people who never been outside praising everything 😐

Hace 11 días
Random _Tube +711
Random _Tube

The fact that magnus move around look at other player's game and as soon as his turn , he just put his next move, meaning he already predicted his opponent's movement, mans a genius

Hace 11 meses
Cheydinal +1
Cheydinal

Well, unless it's a situation where there's a relatively obvious default response, but Kasparov was hoping he could find a better response, but didn't. Not that Magnus Carlsen isn't very good

Hace 11 días
RangerBubbleGum
RangerBubbleGum

@Peter Griffin i understand chess well enough. played it in my childhood and now online every other day

Hace 16 días
I
I

@A mediocre rocket league player I'd agree, but he's also like 8 here sooo

Hace 18 días
Peter Griffin +2
Peter Griffin

@RangerBubbleGum you CLEARLY don’t understand chess.

Hace 18 días
Daniel GGG +2
Daniel GGG

@A mediocre rocket league player Predicting perfectly the #1 ranked when you’re a #700 13 year old. Yea that’s pretty good.

Hace 20 días
KaboomGG Dinan +14505
KaboomGG Dinan

The fact he stood up to watch other player’s game in the middle of his game is a BOSS MOVE.

Hace un año
Silh S
Silh S

It's all good

Hace 9 días
yobe 555
yobe 555

That's a kid move being too bored to sit

Hace 11 días
Ahmet
Ahmet

@Иван Hi.

Hace 13 días
Zane white +117
Zane white

Fun fact: One day before this game and one day after this game there have been matches between these two as well and kasparow beat magnus in both of them. He also ended up winning the entire tournament.

Hace 3 meses
Space and Time
Space and Time

@Christian Bowes why?

Hace 17 horas
Christian Bowes +13
Christian Bowes

Not a very fun fact

Hace 7 días
TomOhawk +22
TomOhawk

Why wouldn’t he win the whole thing? He was the best at the time and drawing even once to a 13 year old nonetheless was surprising and an impressive feat by Magnus

Hace 10 días
Naturefriend +155
Naturefriend

At 3:13 an hilarious signature move was in the making And Kasparov shaking his head in shock is one of the most epic moments in any chess game I've ever seen

Hace 6 meses
Lynn Ransom +274
Lynn Ransom

This was edited really well and I appreciate how they used sounds/music to tap into emotions. The chorus singing in the background on a cold and rainy day as Magnus peers out the window over a clouded city...Kasparov lion roar... Magnus Hands folded.... All the facial expressions and body language were captured perfectly. Love this video.

Hace 11 meses
Praketh Voona +1
Praketh Voona

it was actually edited really bad, the video made it seem like it was gary who was taking a lot of time to make moves but look at the timer lol, it's completely the opposite

Hace 13 días
Simple Jack +1
Simple Jack

I loved the embellishments of magnus reading donald duck

Hace 21 un día
Tommy O Donovan +9
Tommy O Donovan

That lion roar started me, twice.

Hace 6 meses
Ciyaresh +107
Ciyaresh

3:38 Karpov casually analysing the game. The man who Kasparov dethroned as the world champion.

Hace 4 meses
You pick the wrong guy fool
You pick the wrong guy fool

@Juan u an agent? (Fbi and shit)

Hace 18 días
Juan +4
Juan

@You pick the wrong guy fool All good at home?

Hace 19 días
John Wells +3
John Wells

But he drew 1 game and lost 2.

Hace 25 días
You pick the wrong guy fool
You pick the wrong guy fool

"Dethroned"😱😳😢🤓👍

Hace 29 días
EKo +12989
EKo

I just love how Magnus casually went from table to table to analyse the games because he was bored :)

Hace un año
singlespies
singlespies

He wasn’t bored! He was trying to clear his mind and relax for a minute.

Hace 3 meses
Krrish Gupta +668
Krrish Gupta

Magnus: Makes common opening move Kasparov: *Hears boss music*

Hace un año
onionface +829
onionface

The edit makes it look like Magnus wasn't even thinking about it, but in the end we see he is actually down to 3:30 minutes while Kasparov still had 11:50

Hace 7 meses
anas wassim
anas wassim

Yikes

Hace 2 días
Rian
Rian

@anas wassim yikes

Hace 2 días
Ougin Toga
Ougin Toga

@anas wassim yikes

Hace 4 días
anas wassim
anas wassim

@Durain Leska I'm glad I made your happiness !!

Hace 7 días
Durain Leska
Durain Leska

@anas wassim You're just doubling down when someone pointed out you're wrong. I have nothing to say in this argument by the way. I'm just pointing out you're acting like a child and you made me happy.

Hace 7 días
Udara Jayawardena +26
Udara Jayawardena

The fact he stood up to watch another player’s games against one of the greatest in history of all time is Bad Ass, like Gary said Magnus is the combination of Karpov and Fisher.

Hace 9 meses
Sinclair J
Sinclair J

After losing the first 2 he probably got bored

Hace 4 meses
CHESS Metallica +1
CHESS Metallica

#CarlsenSC 🤘

Hace 9 meses
SurfWriter +17
SurfWriter

Very interesting buildup and moments from the game itself. Kasparov was obviously impolite by showing up late for the match, and then K shows a variety of facial tics and quirky behaviors as he puzzles over the board at various times, trying to figure out how to defeat this young boy who is frustrating him with such stellar play.

Hace 10 meses
Void Aviation +12014
Void Aviation

The kid is such a badass. He deadass just stood up and walked away from the table lmfao. I'd be having a literal panic attack.

Hace un año
Jul W
Jul W

@ThinkingBud No you don't say! Who would have guessed?

Hace 7 días
Kasper
Kasper

*LITERAL*

Hace 9 días
copyninja
copyninja

No u wouldn't

Hace 5 meses
Mix mixture
Mix mixture

Yeah first i wonder he would go to restroom lol 🤣.

Hace 6 meses
Tommy O Donovan
Tommy O Donovan

Did you see K's eyes when he got up. The camera man did....that has never happened to K before. *OHHHH SA-NAP!*

Hace 6 meses
Setsiba Malose +43
Setsiba Malose

The fact that he was checking other tables,already had planned the next move even before opponent play ,,,,pure talent

Hace un año
Jimmy +5
Jimmy

"already had planned the next move even before opponent play" That's how you play chess lol

Hace 2 meses
Ringtone Hub +10
Ringtone Hub

Badass! He stands up and walks away, didn't watch the board. When he returns to the board, he knows which piece was moved and counter it so calmly.

Hace 23 días
Based +6
Based

Magnus was very sophisticated for a kid, and that’s all it took to know just how great he would grow up into the genius we know and love today, no doubt.🙏

Hace 4 meses
Crispy
Crispy

The amount of focus he displayed for an 11 year old is even more phenomenal..... ask any parent.

Hace un día
Kurator Trivia +14183
Kurator Trivia

This kid is good, maybe someday he will become a grandmaster in the future. Who knows

Hace un año
Tune BoyZ
Tune BoyZ

@Rosabel Tabares aww guys stop bullying him! hes just a baby :)

Hace 3 meses
Gingnose
Gingnose

The kid was great. He must be international master by now

Hace 4 meses
Marauder Slide
Marauder Slide

Yes, he was almost a grandmaster at that age. But what old fart, whatever his name was, isn't that bad either, being able to draw against Magnus.

Hace 8 meses
Moon Yue
Moon Yue

These Chess die-hard fans sure are very funny at parties Sheesh!

Hace un año
Captain Rayquaza
Captain Rayquaza

@IrokoSalei r/woooosh

Hace un año
Carl Juztine +27
Carl Juztine

more than 3 years has passed since i saw this for the first time, magnus is the greatest player of the last decade/(s)/of my generation, a war is ongoing, and 13 yr old magnus is still insanely impressive

Hace 3 meses
Bxrry +131
Bxrry

This is what I felt like in my 5th grade chess tournament

Hace 9 meses
Uncultured Swine
Uncultured Swine

@You want My name? adult magnus has said that he choked this game which is even more impressive and the analysis checks out, he was winning, he tricked k in the opening and was building advantage until he let it slip even tho it was within his ability, it makes sense, he didn't think he could beat k in the first place

Hace 6 meses
You want My name? +1
You want My name?

Since this is verified, I suppose it's going to explode, so This a 3 game. Kasparov won 2 games against Magnus, this one Magnus managed to make it draw (which is impressive for a 13 year old against world champion)

Hace 8 meses
User +1
User

Bruh this is so relatable 😂

Hace 9 meses
Master Yuuma
Master Yuuma

Exactly

Hace 9 meses
Luka Jóse +23
Luka Jóse

The fact when Carlsen gave a small smirk realising he got into his head was the best part of the video.

Hace 21 un día
Frost Cadet
Frost Cadet

Excelente Gabs, gracias por tu generosidad. Abrazos y bendiciones.

Hace un mes
Pedro Caballero Clemente +21047
Pedro Caballero Clemente

He didn’t even need to look at the ceiling...

Hace un año
Kasey Rolow
Kasey Rolow

(Mathew McConahay voice) woulda been way cooler if he did

Hace 8 días
Naef Manan
Naef Manan

Borgov

Hace un año
BeHeaven616 +1
BeHeaven616

Haha

Hace un año
Asri +1
Asri

😂😂😂😂😂

Hace un año
Maria markus
Maria markus

@Deshawn T yep😂

Hace un año
Rahul Patwa
Rahul Patwa

What hasn't been shown is that Magnus Carlsen lost to Kasparov in a blitz game before this one. And he lost to Kasparov in the very next rapid game and was eliminated. Although very impressive draw against the greatest considering he is only 13!

Hace 3 meses
Alien +56
Alien

" Whoever is first in the field and awaits the coming of the enemy, will be fresh for the fight; whoever is second in the field and has to hasten to battle will arrive exhausted." Sun Tzu, The Art of War

Hace 10 meses
de wok
de wok

@Pnume Kin Cope. It makes him look scared (which he was). The kid didn't care.

Hace 13 días
Pnume Kin +5
Pnume Kin

It's not a physical conflict and not really relevant. Kasparov was playing mind games. He choose to start the fight at his convenience while Carlsen was already fretting, being drain by the wait and the doubt that maybe his preparation would have been wasted. Even his antics are mind games. Quite a show of respect that he resorts to that against a 13 years old.

Hace 7 meses
Agustín Díaz • hace 2 años +15
Agustín Díaz • hace 2 años

the fact that even after this, Kasparov coached Carlsen for a long time

Hace 7 meses
King M
King M

Truly a player whose skill will never be met again for decades to come.

Hace 6 meses
TV +4241
TV

Magnus was preparing by reading comic books what a madlad

Hace un año
You pick the wrong guy fool
You pick the wrong guy fool

@CrookedNose2131 He's a chill kid. Like, less antics but more care. Like, being chill is da key man

Hace 29 días
TV
TV

@Skooby HD Yes and by the way, it's not 'quiet' it's 'quite'

Hace 9 meses
Skooby HD
Skooby HD

Quiet observant, aren’t we?….

Hace 9 meses
learn2xpand!
learn2xpand!

@CrookedNose2131 thanks brodie

Hace 9 meses
Roarguner
Roarguner

Eyeye

Hace 9 meses
J. S.P +13
J. S.P

I love the fact that Garry Kasparov passed the torch to Magnus Carlsen & decided to train him in order to make him the absolute GOAT of chess. I hope one day that Magnus Carlsen will pass the torch to Mikhail Osipov ("Misha") and he will train him to become possibly the ultimate GOAT of a chess player of the century to say the least.

Hace un año
Arpit Gupta +3
Arpit Gupta

This young kid has just won 5th world chess championship!

Hace 6 meses
George +55
George

This might be one of the greatest sporting achievements in history

Hace 6 meses
Hugo Clarke
Hugo Clarke

Chess is a very old game with a long history. Also you're including every sport, ever. So maybe top 100 moments?

Hace 11 días
Albert zz +4
Albert zz

Jajaja maravillosa jugada 3:25 con eso dejo atonito a krsp y luego regresa y lo desafia jajaja...esa partida se gano con coraje, cosa que otros rivales nunca tubieron la determinacion de magnus

Hace 7 meses
Nima Scolari +772
Nima Scolari

Let's be honest, the pressure Kasparov has had his entire life is insanely unhealthy. No-one should be subjected to the expectation to win every time he plays.

Hace un año
You pick the wrong guy fool
You pick the wrong guy fool

No one? Aren't we all?🤔😢🤓👍

Hace 29 días
3e1est
3e1est

@nick troiano The point he's making is it's a terrible thing. Doesn't matter if you're world champion, you're still human. Everyone gets burnt out.

Hace 2 meses
Alekz Shivlol
Alekz Shivlol

@SageX98 I can see where you're coming from because yes you are right, having the expectation from others to win every single time you play is not a healthy lifestyle to surround you in. That being said. You do understand that they both very much enjoy playing and winning in chess? They have other hobbies and that aren't competitive or maybe even play for fun where it's not about winning. also im fairly sure that if they go to tournaments and win, they don't go home with a feeling of ,,another day, another win. god I wish I could just lose for once! " -no, they go home. celebrate another victory with friends and family. it's a matter of perspective. and don't take this the wrong way. but it's sound like you're reflecting some coping mechanism due to some personal losses; telling yourself its okay to not win every single time every now and then. which it is. because it's all about perspective.

Hace 4 meses
VEZZY • 57 years ago
VEZZY • 57 years ago

Oh say that to Muhammad Ali the boxer then....

Hace 4 meses
Three Four +5
Three Four

4:01 a moment never again seen, where they had to shake with each hand so the draw would be accepted. Once with the left and once with the right

Hace 6 meses
Rick Pidcock
Rick Pidcock

By getting up in the middle of the game to look around is a great psychological move. It keeps himself calm by showing himself and others, you can compete and don’t have to be intimidated by this guy.

Hace un año
Soham Sengupta +10
Soham Sengupta

I like how in this video everone seem pay more attention to the fact that Magnus drew against Garry and not the fact that Kasparov was already ahead in the tourney and a draw was all he needed to qualify :)

Hace 11 meses
Honest Abe +6
Honest Abe

Props to Carlsen, but even as a kid, I often wondered how much pressure Kasparov would be before every match. I mean, in my first tournament, I often got stressed in game while thinking if I should start with Giuoco Piano or Ruy Lopez xD

Hace 6 meses
His Majesty +6835
His Majesty

That extra loud click from Kasparov when Magnus was walking around tho 😂

Hace un año
You pick the wrong guy fool
You pick the wrong guy fool

@ycee LMAO🤣🤣

Hace 29 días
Tommy O Donovan +1
Tommy O Donovan

I wondered about that, I thought it was his parents.

Hace 6 meses
cjl corndog +1
cjl corndog

Lmao I thought it was a bit extra

Hace un año
Nemo Spence +1
Nemo Spence

Hahaha. I noticed that

Hace un año
Rinnegan Amaterasu
Rinnegan Amaterasu

😂

Hace un año
Lukas. +4
Lukas.

We can see Kasparov aligning all of the pieces here, something Magnus does now all the time! :)

Hace 5 meses
ZBeibe
ZBeibe

Magnus menino monstro é campeão mundial eterno 2021

Hace 6 meses
China Fun and Fails +1
China Fun and Fails

Most badass move in history. Magnus is so bored that he gets up and thinks he should play all of them simultaneously because this old guy needs too much time to move.😅

Hace 6 meses
olek olok +1
olek olok

The emotional cheering at the end is heartbreaking

Hace 9 días
Phoenix M +6097
Phoenix M

My dumb ass thought the comment section was being sarcastic about this kid being world champion, turns out he really is the actual world champion 💀

Hace un año
You pick the wrong guy fool
You pick the wrong guy fool

Bro LOLOLOLOL

Hace 29 días
Cheez +1
Cheez

@Eternal Extrapolations Taking one for the team, respect

Hace 6 meses
Aditya Mehta
Aditya Mehta

@Satyam 12A aa why are not proud of your country??

Hace 6 meses
JSSTyger
JSSTyger

And at this very moment he is leading another world championship match 5-3 against Ian Nepomniatchi. Magnus first earned the title against Anand in 2013, and defended it by beating Anand again, then Karjakin, then Caruana.

Hace 6 meses
Александр Рябов
Александр Рябов

Очень странно, что кто-то этого ещё не знает. Может быть в России шахматы популярнее, чем в остальном мире, но, мне кажется, Карлсен это мировая суперзвезда.

Hace 6 meses
Pau v******* +2
Pau v*******

and now a 5 time World Champion he did it again, congratulations Magnus Carlsen!

Hace 6 meses
KappaMaki +4
KappaMaki

3:31 this part wins for me what a legend

Hace 9 meses
Coleman J. Rimer
Coleman J. Rimer

Favorite part is Magnus getting distracted, walking around, Kasparov heavy hits the timer, Magnus hurries back and makes a move immediately.

Hace 19 días
Ege Teoman Tekin +4
Ege Teoman Tekin

World’s best two chess players ever.

Hace 6 meses
111 111 +8255
111 111

Carlsen: Plays one of the most common opening moves Kasparov: Already sweating

Hace un año
ABH ABH
ABH ABH

@Ardhi Utama It takes one to notice one

Hace 4 meses
Brutal
Brutal

Because he has more than a dozen options to choose from

Hace 6 meses
Agustín Díaz • hace 2 años
Agustín Díaz • hace 2 años

@Mobin92 you don't play chess do you. It's d4 it's not even an opening and it's the second most played first move in chess

Hace 7 meses
egc gc +1
egc gc

2:40 carlsen was running out off time

Hace 8 meses
HowImFinnaBe +2
HowImFinnaBe

Probably because he knows who he’s going up against 🤣

Hace 9 meses
John Ballard +3
John Ballard

There are several instances where a young chess player later to be world champion beats or draws against the current world champion.

Hace 8 meses
S92 Alpha +9
S92 Alpha

That Carlsen guy is pretty good, he should be a grandmaster.

Hace 2 meses
True Stars Shine
True Stars Shine

I LOVE that Magnus did not bother to get up from his chair to shake Kasparov's hand. Beautiful. BOSS moves from day one!

Hace 5 meses
Diptorup Mukherjee +3
Diptorup Mukherjee

What ppl don't know is thr was a practice match before this where Magnus lost and since this match was a knockout match, thr was a round 2 which Kasparov won. Kasparov went on to win this tournament

Hace 11 meses
Sandwell Jackson
Sandwell Jackson

This boy has potential, keep up the good work Magnus Carlsen. 20 years later: *ZZ Top - Sharp Dress Man* Footage of Magnus walking, Footage of Magnus eating a hotdog, Footage of Magnus scrolling through his Spotify playlist...

Hace un mes
Beefwelliington
Beefwelliington

Magnus father taught him to play when he was 5 years old, entered his first tournament at the age of eight, his father would also play against him and make Magnus not allowed to look at the board but his father could, he would always win, he become a grand master when he was 14 years old, some people are just born different, I and my friends were both shown chess at a young age and we took no interest in it at all some people just get so invovled and into something they become obsessed and this is what he has done, very cool when it happens.

Hace 7 meses
Beefwelliington
Beefwelliington

@Lauris That's it, anyone in history that has been the best at something as always been like this.

Hace 7 meses
Lauris
Lauris

Yeah, its like an addiction. But in a good way.(mostly) Better play chess all day than videogames or even worse, do drugs...

Hace 7 meses
jk12324 +2
jk12324

Can anyone explain to me why players opt to draw well before the end of the game? If you had the upper hand like Magnus did in this instance, wouldn't you try to go for the victory?

Hace un año
Aryan Mishra
Aryan Mishra

Not worth the hassle.. likely the match would still end in a draw

Hace 7 meses
Psychozirus
Psychozirus

Showing up late and lacking respect towards other players.. Good retirement, Garry. Ok you played good. And in the end, Carlsen is the champion we deserve, genuine, respectful, never blaming others for his losses.

Hace 5 meses
Matthew +1163
Matthew

Magnus getting up and wondering about during the game was class. Was payback for him showing up late and showing a lack of respect.

Hace un año
Outrun
Outrun

Magnus lost two games lmao

Hace 11 días
Nightmare.
Nightmare.

This is what you ended up saying after you edited it?😬

Hace 5 meses
Cyrille Yong +2
Cyrille Yong

Appreciate what you what, be are the make you appreciate what you dad

Hace 5 meses
POP cream +6
POP cream

Agree nuts are great

Hace 6 meses
Null +2
Null

Snow reap is what you see.

Hace 6 meses
CHESS CONSTRUCTOR
CHESS CONSTRUCTOR

You know your watching professional chess when the game ends and you dont know who won

Hace 2 meses
ANKUSH BARUA
ANKUSH BARUA

Little Magnus roaming here and there and looking others playing chess 😅..such confidence that too against kasparov and then coming back and playing the next move so quickly . I cant believe my eyes.

Hace 3 meses
Huskie Huskerson +1
Huskie Huskerson

There is an insane amount of pressure on kasparov because if he gets beaten by Magnus then peoples will say oh he got bitten by a young boy and if he beats Magnus then people will say oh he is a young boy Magnus is a young boy so much pressure on kasparov

Hace 6 meses
sammeo
sammeo

I love the psychological warfare Gary played on Magnus. Takes no chances.

Hace 6 meses
WorsttrollNA +4040
WorsttrollNA

Magnus had nothing to lose, and on the other hand, Kasparov had everything to lose.

Hace 7 años
vibovitold
vibovitold

@Geronimo Silva he was already a Grandmaster. if I'm not mistaken, the game was played in May 2004, he became a GM just the month before.

Hace 6 meses
Void +1
Void

@Magician idk, i would say kasparov had more pressure since he was going against a kid. he is expected to win. if he loses there will be a tremendous amount of embarrassment. this does not include the traction it would gain on social media. magnus wouldn’t be looked down upon if he lost to the best.

Hace 9 meses
Geronimo Silva +2
Geronimo Silva

@Metube Magnus did as well. He was an IM, he wasn't a new player

Hace un año
Metube
Metube

Kasparov had experience

Hace un año
Ralof Of Riverwood +3
Ralof Of Riverwood

You took that from Seto Kaiba didn’t you

Hace un año
quotes
quotes

The day a legend came into light

Hace 13 días
Michael James Magallanes +1
Michael James Magallanes

When the current champion faces the future champion. 😊

Hace 6 meses
Jay Sharp +1
Jay Sharp

Magnus is the Beethoven of Chess

Hace 4 meses
Jensaki +3
Jensaki

Magnus had no idea his behaviour caused kasparov to overthink literally every move

Hace 16 días
d0uble +4268
d0uble

Can't imagine how embarrassing it must've been first being late to a game against a 13 year old and then not being able to beat that 13 year old lmao

Hace un año
Mix mixture
Mix mixture

@Gald Fieldren Chess is not easy and very dizzy 😂🤣 for some people like us.

Hace 6 meses
d0uble
d0uble

@Tommy O Donovan Exactly

Hace 6 meses
Tommy O Donovan +1
Tommy O Donovan

Being late in the Scandinavian culture is considered very bad manners. And little Magnus really rubbed it in when he casually got up from the match.... to stroll around. Very Scandinavian of him. I guarantee you....every Scandinavian knew exactly what Magnus was doing when he did that.

Hace 6 meses
POP cream +1
POP cream

@hans hans actually, Magnus could've started the clock when Kasparov didn't arrive on time. There's a rule where a player can start the clock if his opponent doesn't arrive on time.

Hace 6 meses
Leonardo Eugenio +3
Leonardo Eugenio

now he officially became the god of chess

Hace un mes
Royal Me
Royal Me

The kid will have a bright future in the chess game. I bet He will become a champion one day.

Hace un año
isnoe +34
isnoe

Way too many people impressed by Carlsen walking around. Here’s the thing: they played two games. Carlsen lost one of them. And In this game he only managed a draw, and it’s a shame because at a certain point In the game he had a pawn advantage. Now of course Carlsen is young so he has a lot of energy, this is probably why he stood up so often. Had he done it because of the whole “power move” aspect you are all talking about then it didn’t work because he blew a winning position. He never officially played Kasparov again, so it’s a shame he didn’t beat him when he had a clear advantage. But I personally believe this is because he was young and had a lot of energy, not because he was trying to be cocky like you all think.

Hace 2 meses
Martin Rabaud
Martin Rabaud

@Luke Strole yeah, but people act like Magnus crushed him. Magnus had a very difficult game, sure its very impressive for someone this young against the world champion. But it's not like the game was easy for him.

Hace 17 días
Luke Strole +5
Luke Strole

“Only managed a draw” my man it’s kasparov

Hace un mes
Future Studies guidance +7
Future Studies guidance

Kasparov: Comes like a boss Magnus: Exits like a boss

Hace 6 meses
Chess.com +18624
Chess.com

The GOATs going at it. What a moment.

Hace un año
Ryan Flanagan
Ryan Flanagan

@The Bookworm Club do you believe in afterlife?

Hace 5 meses
Ryan Flanagan
Ryan Flanagan

@Vlad this is the gospel the greatest news you can ever hear we broke God’s law, the Ten Commandments written on our heart by our God given conscious (lying, stealing, using God’s Name in vain, looking with lust which is adultery in the heart, hating our brother, our neighbor, anyone, is murder in the heart etc.) Jesus paid our fine on the cross with His death and shedding of blood. He took our punishment on the cross, God pays us in death for our sin and while Jesus did not deserve to die He did so willingly to save us from sin and death and hell and give us life forever, He paid our sin debt on the cross in His life’s blood to save us all. Jesus rose again from the dead and by His blood our sins are forgiven. Jesus is alive forever as He is King of kings and Lord of lords and He saves all who put their faith and repent of sin, confess and forsake it genuinely and in Truth. God can legally let us live forever, we broke His law Jesus paid our fine, He can do what is legal and just and right let us walk on judgment day when we all give account to God for our lives. in response to what God has done you have to put your faith in Jesus to save you and repent of sin turn from it and deny self pick up cross daily and follow Jesus. when you put your faith in Jesus and repent of sin, confess and forsake genuinely you have God's promise you have life eternal as a free gift, God promises this, God Who cannot lie. God will also give you The Holy Spirit to abide with you forever to guide, help and comfort you in life as well as God will give you a new heart and spirit that loves righteousness that is a personal miracle for sin loving humans, so if you want a personal miracle seek after God with a whole heart and you will find Jesus, follow God’s ways and watch His work in your life He will never leave or forsake you and never let you down. read your Bible God’s perfect Word ask The Holy Spirit to guide you as Jesus is The Living Word, ask The Holy Spirit to guide you in all confidence and God will in Jesus Name we pray amen always remember Jesus loves you that is why He saves us all! ✝️❤️ when you have put your faith in Jesus, repented of sin u are born again and are saved u have been transferred from the kingdom of darkness into The Kingdom of Light, from death to Life, the path to hell to Life eternal in heaven with God and Jesus in Jesus Name we pray amen obey Jesus, His Word, He and God will make His home Their home with u, God with you always in The Holy Spirit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixyuvdo_Sjg when you are born again, when you put your faith in Jesus and repent of sin (confess and forsake) God will give you a new heart and spirit that loves righteousness instead of sin and corruption. that is a personal miracle for sin loving human beings so if you want a personal miracle humble yourself before God seek after God with a whole heart and you will find Him. Jesus said if anyone desires to come after me let him deny himself and pick up your cross daily and follow Jesus, to obey His Word in for God and Jesus to come and make Their home with you, the power of God through The Holy Spirit. God is knocking at the door and it is your choice to open or not https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZdv-TtiMkg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgzD_yNdacA

Hace 5 meses