Magnus Carlsen vs Hikaru Nakamura – Bullet Chess (9 games)

Have you ever seen our World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen play bullet chess? Magnus Carlsen and Hikaru Nakamura play some bullet chess, the final phase of the 2016 Grandmaster Blitz Chess Battle Championship’s match format. For me, this was the first time I observed Magnus Carlsen playing bullet chess, and interesting it was! Carlsen and Nakamura played a total of 9 bullet chess games in this final match of the championship, with the 1st game set as Fischer Random, and the time control set as 1 minute with a 1 second increment. Carlsen was the overall winner of the Championship, but how would he fair in the bullet portion against Hikaru Nakamura? Enjoy viewing what is almost certainly the best two bullet chess players in the world going head to head.

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