Good preparation for openings, deep understanding of strategy, keen nose for tactics, great ability to calculate, cold blood typical of a bomb-clearer and good physical and psychological condition. All of these virtues describe an excellent chess player, but there is one essential missing when it comes to winning against elite opponents: precision reminiscent of computers.
Magnus Carlsen undoubtedly has it And that’s why it takes twelve years number one Indisputable. In the game in this video, he displays it with impressive brilliance against a ranked opponent, Frenchman Maxime Vacher-Lagrave. And he has been doing so since the inauguration, benefiting from the supervision of the Frenchman. Then he takes the lead with great force. His masterpiece is crowned with a fabulous auction.