Magnus Carlsen was calming down Topalov after a chess game!

Magnus Carlsen was calming down Topalov after a chess game!


Let’s see the
video. Carlsen asks Topalov: “Didn’t you
see a win of peace? Topalov said:” What? ” Carlsen asks again: “You could win a peace on the 45th move. ” And then he explains how it could be happen. Let’s look at the board. The game played in 2014, the Sinquefield Cup. Carlsen played white, VeselinTopalov played Black. At the forty-fourth move
White played Kf2, protecting
e3-pawn. There was Ne6 Black defended
g7-pawn and White played Rc8, with the idea Rc6 + and winning a pawn a6. Black responded
R:a5 However, much more interesting was move Rc5 for the black, setting a trap that
White could get there, if, for example,
responded Rg8? then after R:a5, Ke1 Ra3 Black has an extra passed pawn if after Rc5
white move rightly R:c5, then after N:c5,
Black caught athe Knight on b8, but Is it so terrible?
Let’s see h5 Kc7 and N:a6 + White has given his
knight, but a pawn a5 will tie the knight of Black. N:a6 Kg3 White king
moves to kingside pawns of the black. Let’s see:
Kd6 Kf4, Kd5 and g5 after h:g, K:g5, Nc5 Kg6, white threatened
promote a pawn “h” and put a Queen. Therefore, the black must protect pawn “g” and
control movement by pawn “a” so after Ne6 a6, Kc6, Kf5, repetition
moves followed and, accordingly, a draw. In the game after move of white
Rc8 There was R:a5. Rc6+, Kd5
and R:a6 R:a6, N:a6 and on the 63-d move game
ended in a draw. And Carlsen has just explained to his opponent, calming him, that even white won a peace, it still would a draw. By the way look at the
original design of furniture that
is behind Topalov, and how do you
think where was the game playing? Your suggestions
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