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Magnus Carlsen won another game with white pieces. After eight games, the defending champion is leading by two points: 5-3.
I was not a fan of Nepo before the WC but my respect has shot up for him immensely answering these questions respectfully.
like i said, he just wants to go home…hes done
How is he suppose to answer them? You have respect because he’s acting like a normal human?
@Non Applicapable pretty naive, its in the contract to be in the press conference, but great for him i guess and yep im a nobody
@Mike Horner Good to hear, Mike. If you don't win, no effort, right? If you're not first, you're last! Say I don't see your name on the list of world champions or in the top 5, you play anonymously or something?
@Grant Stanish to me he broke down in game 6, before that is was ok, but there is no excuse game 6 onwards hes just done, might say he doesnt care anymore call me crazy
Nepo is an absolute gentleman in defeat, I hope he makes a comeback and we go to blitz tiebreaks
Yes he remind me like Spaski
As much as i want ian to make a comeback and for it to reach the tie breaks it seems highly unlikely...unless some wierd maracle happens 🥲
@dɾagonhบn†eɾƤlคץร there are no nepo haters. Everyone likes him
yes bro! iam also hoping for nepo comeback! we will definetly see that! to all nepo haters: stop commenting and get the fk out. Not saying magnus is bad ( i like magnus) but we have to support somebody right? so i choosed nepo. I am saying to nepo haters!
I'm rooting for Magnus, but Nepo is a really classy guy, even showing up is impressive, and to answer all these questions respectfully... class act.
@Joe Dorben Who are you to judge? Even if I was just rooting for him because he's the champion, that would be 100% fine. But I also happen to like endgames and he's the GOAT of endgames
@Bob The Great Because you like his play style? Yeah, sure 😭😭😭
@Joe Dorben I'm rooting for Magnus because I like his personality and play style. I have actually been a chess fan since I was 5. But thank you for your completely incorrect assumption based on nothing. (Also, bandwagoners in chess are absolutely a good thing - if people want to start watching the championship because they're rooting for the champion, that's great! Just means more new fans for chess!)
You're rooting for Magnus solely because he's the World Champion. Bandwagoners are accepted in chess for some reason though
@Dominik Bednář I don't know about that 200 000 € fine sum, On live stream broadcast of the game Maurice said it was a $5000 fine.
Fair play to Nepo, i didn't like him that much before this tournament but he's shown himself to be a real man. Good luck to them both for the remaining games
@Zen master i saw an interview after a game he had won and when asked about how he felt he said disappointed, unhappy etc.. and i though he was a bit of a big head. It was just a first impression of him and now i realise it was a wrong first impression. Just goes to show...u should never judge anyone without knowing them better.
'i didn't like him much before'
@eric swag well in my part of the world, 'i didn't like him that much' is identical to 'i didn't like him' and a euphemism for 'i didn't like him at all'. I guess you guys are smarter than me eh.
@Mark-Pat Joe-Bill Dinosaur "i didnt like him that much" and "i didnt like him" Those two sentences are not only identical, but their meaning is not identical either. Then when someone pointed it out, his response was "do u want a medal" He clearly never requested a medal, he didnt even use the word medal. Zen master needs to learn how to read.
@eric swag What did he read wrong?
I love how they discuss the positions after the game and even at the press conference :)
Journalist was from india 🔥
It was nice, reminded me of how Kasparov would literally dissect every position in detail immediately after his games.
Ian: "We have what we have." Magnus:"My brain was fried." Both are class acts. Don't think we're going to tiebreaks!
To me it seems as if this fellow became frustrated and took out his frustration on making simple mistakes on purpose in order to diminish Magnus' victory. Look at the mischievous facial expression after he says we have what we have.
@Chesscom Support No, he said "Don't think we're going to tiebreaks"
No, Magnus Carlsen retains his title.
@Chesscom Support No
So you think Ian is winning 3 of the next 6?
As a Norwegian i am obviously happy for Magnus, but must say that i feel for Nepo.
I’m happy for chess. Game 6 especially was an epic, riveting game. Their styles of play clash well. Cheering for both of them at this point, but can’t lie, would love to see Nepo claw his way back, as unlikely as that seems.
14:50 is just incredible! They are both so focused on the games that no opportunity is missed to fix any possible misunderstanding.
Nepo has great sportsmanship, ATB boy
@mauro baia He admits his mistakes and doesn't make excuses for his play. What more do you want?
They will be fined for failing to join the press conference. 5k
jahahahahah Nepo and spotsmanship in the same sentence doesn't make sense
100% agree, same with Carlson btw! Both obviously brilliant but also both dynamic and classy. And fun as well.
damn man i just wanna give Ian a hug after this one, brutal... he is such a great opponent for Magnus but how do you play against basically a human computer? i appreciate that they tolerate these press conferences. Nepo is a top notch person, seems like he has a really good sense of humor, the way he is handling this, speaks very highly of his strong character, hopefully he does not take this too hard. (Maybe like it seems how Karjakin took it really hard?)
Agreed! I was telling my buddy during the game that Carlsen has become the first human cyborg. Part Magnus, part Stockfish. He's truly undeniable
14:49 man I love these two.. this quick blindfold analysis was epic
I believe I read they were friends and chess study partners as kids
I admire both Nepo and Carlsen. There is absolutely no shame in losing to Carlsen. Making your way through the candidates and facing Carlsen at the Championship level is a feat in its own right. Kudos to Nepo, what a great guy! Always liked him and admired him. However, Carlsen is simply the GOAT. I look forward to seeing their future games for sure.,
The first three questions were "Ian, you blundered. How did that feel?"
@Michel Schweinsberg You do realize these questions are meant for the common folk, right? They aren't supposed to come up with amazing complex questions that titillate their minds. It's for the millions of common folk who wonder "I wonder what he was thinking here?" Or "I wonder how that loss/win made him feel". So they ask. People have been doing press conferences in all different sports for years, and these same basic questions are the ones casual fans respond to the most. It's basically a formula at this point that they nailed down. Is it possible people may know more about how to do their job than you?
And they bitched at Andrea for asking how the knight moves. She was making a good point. Trolling these idiots for asking the dumbest goddamn questions known to man. The answer to these questions are literally as obvious to anyone as that one.
Almost like, "Ian, you should be ashamed that you blundered. So why aren't you?" The way he asks it
"What's your tactic gonna be for the next game" is also an equally dumb question.
Yes, and I admire his patience and composure after that disappointing loss.
15:21 Maurice face is just priceless 🤣, He is trying to process all of the moves
Magnus and Nepo: analyzing Maurice: Following along Me: How do you set up the board, again?
Oh my god🤣🤣🤣
@Jutu Jamm that's unnecessary.
Maurice … rhymes with novice ha ha ha
this needs to be a meme. Just add a bunch of equations floating around Maurice's head
Good victory for Carlsen, and huge respect to Nepo for answering all the questions so politely
I like how Ian answers the questions straight to the point
all the strength to Ian hope he wins and make THE greatest comebacks history
@P the other player was Karpov.
@girdupyourloins I don't think that it was easy to win against Kasparov
0% chance lol. Magnus has lost 2 WC games in 53 he won’t lose 2 in the next 6. Impossible
@Human different time then. Much harder to win now.
Actually, even Kasparov lost three games in a row at a World Championship Match.
Respect for Nepo definitely shot up. I didn’t like him after his Elitist takes on Pogchamps and the rise of chess streamers, but he’s definitely been a class act throughout this WCC event.
10:10 "How do you see your chances to win the match now?" "They're very good," says Magnus using his Norwegian self control to swallow the smile that *nearly* appeared. I appreciate how hard he tries to not appear smug or condescending, but it must feel very nice to be 2 points up after such a long wait for this match...
yeah, he’s an absolute beast!
Chess is brutal. At least in team sports, when you lose it's not only your fault, but on chess... there isn't that. You only have yourself to blame. Also, someone please give Ian a hug! I have nothing but respect for how he dealt with the whole thing.
Magnus is an Inspiration as always ! Ian has been a tough man ! I hope he is able to still fight strong in the rest of the games
The fact that they both respect each other really impressed me. When I play with my friends, when I win I say I am the world champion When I lose, you guessed my language 😀
Props to Nepo, great sportsmanship. Hope he bounces back and makes it interesting.
Magnus is a beast. Absolutely remarkable the way he plays chess
Let’s face it, as poorly as Nepo played this game this is easily the most entertaining world championship match in recent history. Game 6 was amazing and could of easily gone the other way. Nepo might have done better with white in game 7 but is human, after all, and must of been exhausted. It was always clear that Magnus is in every sense of the world an exceptional athlete, but Nepo has shown a brand of creative play and character that the chess world desperately needs, especially in the classical format. Cheering for Nepo tbh!
Maurice really asking the tough questions like "did you plan to lose?" and " do you plan to win?"
Im glad you guys are destroying the racist guy on the comments keep it up man
@Don'tWant YourMilk you put words into your own mouth the moment you said what makes something good or not is subjective. "In an argument about moral problems, relativism is the first refuge of the scoundrel." You would of course be the scoundrel alluded to in that quote.
@Rudy you cannot actually argue your point because it is impossible to defend so you almost immediately resort to avoidance and putting words in my mouth. you are in no spot to be condescending, you are losing an extremely straightforward debate
@Don'tWant YourMilk You said commentary is subjective, which implies no standards by definition. Otherwise it's not really subjective. Perhaps you didn't mean to say good commentary was actually subjective and would like to apologize for misrepresenting your position?
@Alan Unaiomen Clearly you're delusional, I am well aware of his history as the first black GM. Anyone who watches chess often enough is. I must have missed the part where getting the GM title in the 90s means you are free from any criticism whatsoever for the rest of your life.
How many times where these "journalists" dropped on their heads? The man has just lost two games and he's bombarded by these stupefyingly ignorant questions, devoid of basic empathy. I've been a fan of Nepo for years, but my respect for him could not be higher right now for how professionally he has handled this utter shit show.
@Alexander Müller I mean yeah he's not going to say anything, but that's the point, for him to hint at something or even trick Magnus.
@AW don't get the point of these questions either. Like do you expect him to say "I will surpise Magnus in the Vienna Main Line on Move 8 with h4" or what?!😂
@AW it's normal to make mistakes to improve most questions are stupid
@Seige king apart from one question, they mostly asked what he'd do to come back on the next games, they even had a fun section of analyzing on one of the questions.
@AW The question about how nepo would rate his perfomance is a very dumb question. The guy has just lost a crucial game due to an uneventful blunder. They should ask better questions or just not ask.
Magnus is disciplined and Fit. With this kind of very tiring game where you need your whole body working. Some may not realize that chess is a really exhausting game.
Nepo is struggling now, this game shown that he was mainly playing against himself not against Magnus. Coming back from this requires nerves of steel that only the likes of Fischer have, I fear Nepo lacks the ego to believe at this point.
Fischer didn’t have nerves, he pulled a Staunton and wouldn’t even play Karpov. Kasparov vs Karpov from 84-85 was the epic WC story of nerves. Fischer indeed. He was brilliant no doubt, but hardly a pinnacle of fortitude. I suspect you’re right about Ian though sadly.
Seriously guys in formula 1 especially max should learn something from Ian what he is doing & how he is presenting himself is far more than just being calm. Kudos to him. He is literally accepting his mistake if you watch other sports ie f1 even after getting a penalty the guys don't even give a F. Even if he is loosing his choice of words & presentation has already won me over.
You can not compare chess and formula 1 - at chess there are many and very different competions also many games on one das with much less thinking time for each game - so you have to lern much more to hande mistakes and for sure also loosing a game
@Gustavo Guimarães Verstappen slams the breakes with 2.4g to force Hamilton by before the DRS detection point, which Hamilton obviously did not see coming. How is that Hamiltons fault?
Hamilton just hit him and got no penalty.
Magnus seems to really break his challengers. Karjakin skips a lot of big tournaments, Caruana admitted to losing motivation after losing to Magnus, and Nepo seems close to a breakdown. (Anand is a special case because he wasn't at his peak when he lost it to Magnus.)
Not sure if what you said is true. Fabi has maintained a very good rating even after his WCC. Nepo has the courage/patience/professionalism to show up and answer all the press questions even after losses. That only means that he is very much capable of bouncing back in his career. He might end up on loosing side in this match, as it looks today. But, I am sure this WCC is not the end of what is going to be an even brighter career in the years to come.
Bravo for both GM , it was a Great Game !
Magnus may win the match, but Nepo won our hearts
Is that queen or king of hearts?
Hope to see the following games being of better quality with players fighting to win or loose. Fischer was exceptional.
Many compliments to Ian for showing up and staying calm. Real pro. In the old days this would be unthinkable.
Only in chess can U C rivals being so civil with each other and if U take one look at them, U know that they are not faking it. Lots of love for U guys and as the gr8 Agadmator said, " in chess a masterpiece is created by both players " let ur games define why this game is so appealing to human minds. All the very best Magnus & Nepo.😊
Ian was solid the first 5 games. I think that he just doesn’t have the fortitude due to him being lax for about 10 years. I hope this whips him into shape and see him again. IMHO that game 6 was god mode from Magnus. Every GM that was commentating was repeating draw draw draw for 3 half of the game.
not after the queen x rooks trade mate
I watched the german stream from chess24 and rustam kasimjanov really early predicted that even though it was a draw for engine and endgame tables, for humans white can play forever and will eventually win. And that proved to be true, which really impressed me. Still, you're 100% true, really impressive
Most sensibly comment I have seen.
15:21 the moment 🔥:-)
I think you might want to capture even slightly earlier timestamp, 14:50, Magnus is like 'hold up a minute'
Both great chess players... When they talk about moves so fast I feel so human... Lol
Magnus is just too good
Huge respect to Nepo
lets all support Ian! He is an amazing player.
Nepo is such a smart, elegant and gracious man. Good on him. And grats to Magnus ofcourse.
Congratulations Magnus on the 2nd win of the match
Nepo's got real class. Respect!
Hans again coming in with good questions. More from him please.
I'm rooting for Magnus, but I do hope Ian gets one back just to see a good fight. Making it to the championship match is no small feat, for sure. Blundering in a critical moment must feel extremely painful, but he's gonna recover from this. I kinda wish the match was longer, it would be much more dramatic, as in a 14 games match a mere 2 game lead seems like an impossible thing to overcome. I don't know who said that Kasparov would never apologize for a defeat like Ian did and that it's a sign that he feels defeated. Comparing two different personalities like that is unfair. Kasparov was a toughie from the Soviet Union, a more toned down version of Fischer (who was a very odd person). Nepo seems like a really nice guy and he can do whatever he wants. Fair play to both. The respect each of them has for the other is visible. Must be tough for Magnus not to seem cocky, as tough as it is for Nepo to not have a complete breakdown. I think he would have shown up for the press anyway but the fact that he's facing Carlsen is even more of an incentive for him. He taught everyone a lesson about gracefully handling a defeat. And not a lot of people know how to do that.
Huge respect Nepo 👏👏
Much respect for Nepo after this interview!
Mad respect for Nepo
1:25 once the camerman started zooming in , he shouldn't have stopped. Felt cinematic
This game reminded me so much of Kasparov v World... never stack your pawns kids ;) Still mad respect for Nepo.
Maurice firing shots at Nepo during the Tania interview was uncalled for. Obviosly Nepo suffered during the game, and the press conference later opened with " First, lets talk about the mistake - why did it happen" Not very classy in my opinion. Ps. Congrats to Magnus
Maurice Ashley at 15:20-15:26😂
Nepo and Magnus analyzing. Maurice following along. Me: How do you set up the board, again?
lets face it folks, we dont sit through these matches watching chess engines battle it out. We watch humans and we hope for drama ! In My opinion this world championship is delivering, well done both players !
Nepo has won hearts with his humble appearance and feels bad when he was the better player of these 2 in this championship till he decided to not take the pawn with his bishop in game 6.
we are with you nepo
I really just want to give nepo a hug after this match man damn...
I feel like the only reasonable question for the entire championship is gonna be "How does the Knight move?"
although I am a fan of Magnus I really hope Ian is able to at least get a win.
I am a fan of Nepo. With all the respect/admiration towards Magnus, I can proudly say that Nepo showed a great character by attending the press conferences even after the losses. Magnus should have done the same when he lost to Karjakin in WCC2016.
as a norwegian im starting to like nepo, he is a good sport
Chessbase : asks professional questions about positional analysis and opening preparation Other journalists : Ian why are you sed
Nepo might not win this championship but he has won many hearts. What a gentleman
I hope that Ian somehow manages to recover
Always liked Nepo but this made me like him more 👏🏽
Ian: "I wasn't quite happy." Understatement of the century.
Nepo, you have my respect Sir!
I’m a Magnus fan, but Nepo ❤️
The 8 hour game just completely destroyed Ian mentally. He will still be remembered for the amazing fight he gave in that game, and not for this one… It’s better to burn out than to fade away. And much better than 12 draws like mr no balls Caruana…
Can you imagine Fisher having to answer questions like this ?
8:39 Ian is just a superb human being
The next decisive match will be in nepo's favour. Mark my words
how do they remember every move and play an alternate game following a specific move? they both have super memory capabilities
When you visualise the moves on a board in your head, the positions get seared into your memory. Sitting at the board and staring at it visualizing moves isn't the same which is why they often look away from the board when they think, and when they get up and walk around they've got the board in their heads and they're still calculating.
to remember specific move and play alternate line, i believe that's a common language of GM level now.
If u play a 4 hr game you will realize that the whole game will get imprinted in your memory. What's actually amazing is their visualization capabilities
Part of it is they're the ones who ARE thinking about all the possibilities for the game during the game because that's how they calculate their next moves. So they've already looked down a lot of the lines they're talking about in the time they spent thinking. Also, many years of practice and studying.
That’s why you and me are not grandmasters 😆 😆
In awe of the champ, but still rooting for Nepo as well! I hope he will dig deep, and we have a most epic WCC.
Magnus showed his best game. Huge Respect. Nepo deserves all the sympathy.
While I apprechiate Jan being frank about losing, I also think that it proves that he doesn't have the fraction of last fraction of a percent that separates the WC's from those that almost make it.
interesting theory. i would think that his mentality would be healthier over the long term at dealing with failure than someone who gets too emotional. also he's russian...
I hope Nepo will win some games Courage Ian !
can someone ask Magnus how the rook moves? I know he already answered the knight question ...
I'm like, "b5 looks totally normal to me." And they are like "How could you make such an egregious mistake that will cost you your life." lol
Better press conferences today than the after the previous games. Maurice and players seem more comfortable, journos are asking more thoughtful questions.
Both are class acts!
Way to go champ!
Zero respect for Maurice Ashley. He was unnecessarily and blatantly rude to Nepo in the Chess24 Live interview.
You have a link to this video? Curious to see it myself
@The Rethink Podcast yes
Yeah Maurice should be ashamed of himself looking back at that interview. His words were very disrespectful and he should have never said things like those.
Is Maurice Ashley the guy in the middle of the players ?
I have a huge respect for Ian.
idk how to feel about ian. i mean i find him amazing for answerring these questions truthfully and respectfully even after such a horrible loss, but at the same time i find it disrespectful how he's barely ever on the board, it almost feels like he doesnt wanna be there and magnus is competing alone
@Mica Chakraborty Agree with you completely. Though Nepo lost, I still like him for the human being he is. Showed a great character by attending the press. Magnus did not show up when he lost to Karjakin in 2016.
Maybe you’re new to chess, because it is very normal to move around. Even Caruana explained recently that you don’t wanna look at the board 100% of the time and sometimes is good to walk around and stuff
That is not at all related, you are allowed to be away from the board, and moreover, the players are playing to win, and for some thinking away from the board allows them to make better moves. It is not at all a sign of disrespect playing for so many hours trying to play such that you are comfortable, and where you got the idea that Ian doesn't want to be there, that is outrageously disrespectful to a player of his caliber. Of course he wants to be there, he has worked his entire career for such an opportunity.
15:04 Magnus showing his fans what he thinks about them. 😂
Let's go Magnus
Both pride of chess game!
They all acted like hed be crying at the stand. Classy guy - and mentally strong…just made a big mistake against the giant.
I've come away from this has a bigger Ian fan than ever before. I hope he gets his chance again
Nepo = Pure Class
super carlsen =god magic !!!
Nepo avoiding the real question 🤧..."What point did you realize your blunder?"
Man these interviews are brutal..
so much respect to IAN
I can see the tears in his eyes😔😟
Let’s go, Nepo!
I'm Norwegian, but today I didn't feel any joy over the win.
@Ananth Melavarige S you didn't get what I meant but ok, fine. Now i have work to do, and I guess we both look forward to todays game 👌
@Ugly giant bag of mostly water you mean to say that Magnus is afraid of facing the press and that's why he is able to win games. Come on.. I do admire Magnus ability to play the solid chess he plays. Along with that, he should have the minimum courtesy/humility to perform the regular protocols post game, no matter he won or lost. No one is greater than the game of chess. It's by the behaviour one becomes great, not just by winning games.
@Ananth Melavarige S that shows the winner mentality, even though it may seem petty of him. In a radio interview he said his world collapsed by the humililation, how he could show up in the world championship and play that bad. That way of thinking is the reason he's been at the top for so long.
@Ugly giant bag of mostly water Agreed. Being forced is one thing, but still you have to show up and face the press (you know how the media is, nowadays). By the way, Magnus did not show up after his loss against Karjakin in wcc2016. That shows the difference between Nepo and Carlsen.
@Ananth Melavarige S he is forced by his contract to show up. If he wasn't, he would already be at the hotel.
Ian is a great sport for coming out to do this press conference
Why not? He was not cheated, it was a fair game and a good win.
Nepo, I like your honesty
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