FREE CHESS STRATEGY LESSON from World Champion Magnus Carlsen!

The Magnus Touch: Free Strategy Lesson is a fascinating journey into the mind of the world’s greatest chess player AND a taster of what’s to come in his upcoming landmark, The Magnus Touch course.
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40 Comments

  1. No thank you. After last days behaviour I am no longer interested in who was supposed to be a champion.
    For some time of your life you might be a good chess player, but champions behave differently and act as role models.
    Adieu

  2. Why not do A3 and push the knight instead of being captured?

  3. He is really greatest player of all times.

  4. I'm here tryna learn how to play chess without watching Queens Gambit

  5. kf4 instead of kg5 took away the advantage from him

  6. My god he is 20 moves ahead on every corner of the board, I will always be 1200 player

  7. At 18:58 isn't queen to h8 fprced checkmate? Yes it was but i thought it was mate in 3 and turned out i missed an idea but there was one move i missed which led to checkmate in 4 after queen h8.

  8. The Greatest hands down!! Good to be back….

  9. Magnus is the pawn walk and king walk for the ages master. Thanks Agadmator.

  10. Yet to review Agadmator Fischer Repetoire

  11. Been slow going level 6 chess pro. No wins yet.

  12. Sorry lost my connection. Still too aggressive in my knight game I believe.

  13. This is the point. Weakest pawn is attacked. Thank you magness trainer

  14. Kings gambit same goal with a defensive approach. I know Mr. Lee.

  15. Magnus strategy is complicated. That why he always win

  16. I wanna be learn to play chess game…..

  17. Please share how to memorize the positions of the chess pieces

  18. The most terrible Magnus' video. Wonder if this can attract anyone.

  19. This is absolutely ridiculus, it feels like they are playing a completely diffrent game

  20. I like to play chess with magnus carlsen

  21. Not making Nf4 move unless bishop is at e6 for it would have been forced to vacate by g5 move is the important lesson for me, thanks ❤.

  22. I remember clearly this game with 2 attacks on opposite sides – fascinating game!

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