Magnus Carlsen’s Insane King Walk Will Leave You Speechless!

During the recent Lichess Titled Arena 7 chess world witnessed some spectacular games the pinnacle of which became Magnus Carlsen’s game vs Akshat Chandra where with a mighty attack Chandra managed to start a devastating king hunt and Carlsen’s king “appeared” on d4 square. In an uncompromised battle Carlsen’s king managed to survive and the attack boomeranged back with all its might!
Magnus Carlseen (manwithavan) 2587 vs Akshat Chandra (BabaRamdev) 2781
C01 Lichess Titled Arena 7 07.09.2018
1. e4 e6 2. Nc3 d5 3. d4 Nf6 4. exd5 exd5 5. Bg5 Bd6 6. Qd2 c6 7. O-O-O O-O 8.
Bd3 Nbd7 9. f3 Qc7 10. Nge2 b5 11. g4 b4 12. Nb1 a5 13. Ng3 a4 14. Nf5 b3 15.
axb3 axb3 16. cxb3 Ra1 17. Rhe1 c5 18. Nxd6 Qxd6 19. Qf4 Qc6 20. Kd2 Ra2 21.
dxc5 Rxb2+ 22. Kc3 Ra2 23. Qd6 d4+ 24. Kxd4 Qxf3 25. Bxf6 Nxf6 26. g5 Qg4+ 27.
Kc3 Qxg5 28. Re5 Qf4 29. Rde1 Qxh2 30. Kb4 Qf4+ 31. Bc4 Ba6 32. Nc3 Bxc4 33.
Nxa2 Be6+ 34. Ka3 Ra8+ 35. Kb2 Qf2+ 36. R1e2 Qf3 37. Rxe6 fxe6 38. Qxe6+ Kh8
39. Nc3 h6 40. c6 Ng4 41. c7 Kh7 42. c8=Q Rxc8 43. Qxc8 Nf6 44. Qe6 Qg4 45. b4
Qg6 46. b5 h5 47. Qb3 Ng4 48. Qc2 Kh6 49. Qxg6+ Kxg6 50. b6 Nf6 51. b7 Nd7 52.
Rd2 Nb8 53. Rd6+ Kg5 54. Nd5 Na6 55. Nf4
Video Thumbnail Credits: Ralf Roletschek [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], from Wikimedia Commons
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