Magnus Carlsen lost chess game to an Amateur!

Magnus Carlsen lost chess game to an Amateur!


This blitz game
was played in Yerevan twenty-second of June
in 2014. Magnus Carlsen played white.
His opponent was Member of Parliament
Armenia Tachat Vardapetyan. White
begin to attack in the center with the move d4. e:d, c:d and Ng6, Nc3, Bb4 and short castling B:c3 10.b:c3 0-0 11. Bc2 White keeps his
bishops, scheduling attack on the kingside. d6 12.d5 Nce5 13.Nd4 and Qe7 The position of black
quite difficult. After move of White Nd4 pawn b7
can not move forward because
the square c6 weakened It can White’s move Rb1 with the attack of pawn b7 Bishop c8 has a difficulty with development. Also white threatened with
move f4 launch an attack on
kingside. So black does
expectant move Qe7 and f4 – the attack began Bg4 Qe1 And Nd7 Black developed his
bishop, but is it good?
Let’s see White played f5 closing the black
bishop on g4 square It was even more stronger to
play h3 and after Bh5, Rb1, Rab8 Nf5 Qd8, g4 Black should give a bishop for the pawn In the game Magnus Carlsen played f5 and after Nge5, h3 Bh5 g4 and Black sacrifice
a bishop for 2 pawns B:g4 h:g N:g4 and there is next
powerful move of White f6 sacrifice of pawn, which
opens the position of the black king If there Nd:f6 followed then after Nf5 Qd7, Qh4 Rfd8 B: h6 White has
a strong attack g:h N:h6+, Kf8 Nf5 and threatens check by the queen on h8 Ng8 Q:g4
black has material losses and lose the game let’s consider
another move after f6 It can be move Ng:f6 White also play here Nf5 and after Qd8, Qg3 with the threat of mate on g7 g6 N:h6+, Kg7, Qh3 Rh8, Bg5 Qe8, leaving from the
a ligament Rf4, Ng8, Raf1 White has the strongest
irresistible attack let’s consider
another answer of black after move f6. It is g:f6 then Qh4 Nde5, Nf5 Qd8 and B:h6 N:h6 and after
running white Q:h6 Black gets mated
Re8 and Qg7 # That’s why after
move f6 it is impossible to take a pawn. It leads to black’s
defeat. Black played
Qe5 and followed Bf4
and Qh5 although black
had to pay attention on
move Q:f6 which was
stronger then the move in the game but most likely, they are not to stay on the Rook’s “X-ray” so in the game
Black played Qh5 and f:g7 was followed Rfe8 If black king takes the pawn K:g7, then Kg2 Rg8 Rh1 Qg6, Qh4 and gives nothing Ne3 because Kf3, N:c2 and B:h6+! Kh7
Bf8+, Qh6 and Q:h6 # so in the game after the move of white f:g Black moved Rfe8 followed Qg3 Ndf6 attacking
e4-pawn And White made the first
mistake by playing Nf5? leaving the e4-pawn
undefended White Should urgently plays Qg2 and save a large
advantage After move in the game Nf5 N: e4 followed with attack on the queen. and here Magnus Carlsen makes
a fatal mistake he takes up an opponent’s peace let’s see how
it happened on the video according to the rules, if the opponent took the enemy peace but didn’t say:
“I correct”, – he must beat her So after move
Q:g4 white resigned because they lose
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