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Hi Ulhumbrus, I see you too have spotted the three on the trot moves all weakening c7. I'm sure Problemists will have a term for it they have a unique term for everything else.
If not then it's a Nakamura! Hi Pulo, Of course you are right. This posting in hindsight is a wonderful gift. Nakamura did not flip a coin to decide what opening to play.
Rather than sit there waiting to see what improvement Karjakin had up his sleeve v his KID, he made Karjakin wonder what improvement Nakamua had v his QID.
The possible pre-game plan being to get Karjakin to analyse everything into dust, get him into his habitual time and trouble and bounce him with a tactic.
The slight flaw being Karjakin did not get into time trouble and the tactic had a hole in it. Hindsight the kibitzers domain dictate the whole plan was written in pencil on the back of a brown envelop but it's better than throwing arms up in despair howling why did Nakamura play the QID like he did it on the spur of the moment.
Pula is right again he's rarely wrong if Nakamura had won the crowd here would be lording him as the new Lasker. The game was lost by a piece of miscalculation which could have come from any opening.
As for style, players of Nakamura's ilk have the ability to infuse complications in any opening and Nakamura is much more than just a one trick pony.
Kings Domain is closer saying Nakamura got impatient and miscalculated. It's as simple as that. There is no if he would have won talk because he lost.
When you find the door to that alternate reality just jump in and stay there. He played into his opponents most well known opening.
That's pretty stupid. He could have played the Queens Gambit instead, but he walked into Karjakin's pet line instead.
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Nominally higher in live world blitz ratings number four at compared to fifth-place Nakamura at Showed in 's world championship match that he is unflappable on the world's biggest stage.
GM Alexander Grischuk said that his countryman is not an underdog Here's one of Karjakin's most recent wins in blitz against the American:. More from FM MikeKlein.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster's Exclusive Interview. ChessKid's Newest Feature: Puzzle Duel! Articles For Beginners. Opening Theory.Cemoblanca: Nak Nak Nakin on Karjakin's door. ;) Great game. Feb morfishine: I agree with you that the game you mentioned: Nakamura vs Gelfand, is striking, more exciting and better than this one (though Naka's win here is very impressive from a positional standpoint) I guess prefers catchy puns vs the better. Chess Grandmaster Varuzhan Akobian presents a lecture on the game featuring the Gruenfeld Defense between GM Hikaru Nakamura and GM Sergey Karjakin from. Sergey Karjakin vs HIkaru Nakamura (41) Caruana,F () - Andreikin,D () [B45] 8th Tal Mem Blitz Moscow RUS (9), Red1 Rc7 - (Nakamura now employs accurate defense, noting that Nimzovich's Law of Rook's on the opponent's 7th Rank of play would strike him in the heart, he attempts to prempt this attack; however, the inherant initiative and strength of Karjakin's position will prove enough to overwhelm the Former player's most accurate wishes) The Queens Indian is an opening that Karjakin has much more experience than Nakamura so he better understands the underlying themes and plans. It was clear even in the post game analysis when Karjakin demonstrated typical ideas for the position that Nakamura missed. Mar Sally Simpson: Thanks Sonia