Get out of that! | Alireza Firouzja vs Hikaru Nakamura | Norway Chess 2024

GM Daniel King examines the game Alireza Firouzja vs Hikaru Nakamura | Norway Chess 2024. Support on Patreon: 🔥 ►Support via PayPal:

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19 Comments

  1. Alireza with black , Alireza with white , it is always him that creates wildness .

  2. Do you know the reason behind queen a2 from your analysis?

  3. Alireza Firouzja is getting back to his beast form ,dont be surprised If he passes 2800 again soon.This guy is the most talented chess player I have ever seen in my life.

  4. I really like your semi disdain for obscure computer lines like Qa2

  5. I can't believe Firouzja got away with those pawn moves, f3, g3, g4. Insanity. That would tilt me. That king-side pawn structure was so horrid.

    Alireza gets himself in trouble too often, I feel. He manages to swindle his way out of trouble a lot, but it seems like a perpetual problem for him. He wants to engage in swashbuckling sword fights but often gets caught with his guard down before the fight can even begin. It's interesting how so many of his peers seem so much more stable, than he is.

  6. Hikaru sux, I want him to win but Magnus 99% gets the better of him

  7. Great analysis, this guy has no fear to play that open game against Hikaru

  8. Great job as always. Looked like a typical Firouzja game, good moves, then an odd sequence which gets him in some trouble, then some really tricky difficult moves to save his own bacon, usually while in time trouble.

  9. A very interesting game. And an illuminating analysis. Thanks Daniel.

  10. Alireza is a real crowd puller because he plays entertaining Chess regardless of how dull classic chess has become.
    He definitely needs a good mentor to guide him and try to calm him down trying to control his emotions.
    I think he can be as adventurous as he wants and play aggressive chess against many players and then switch to more defensive kind of play (if possible) against top players like MC, HN and FC.

  11. Nice commentary, looking at the Norway chess coverage now!

    I have a suggestion for a series of videos, rare opening moves, or rather all of them. (Only downside is it might last forever). Anyway, opening consideration in general and a brief running through of a favourite game from database. Systematically, or one accidentally skips something, so 1. a3;1.a4; 1.b3; 1.b4; 1.c3; 1.c4; 1.d3; 1.d4; 1.e3; 1.e4; 1.f3; 1.f4; 1.g3; 1.g4; 1.h3; 1.h4; 1.Na3; 1.Nc3; 1.Nf3; 1.Nh3; 1.e4 a6 … 1.e4 Nh6; 1.d4 etc. Sounds interesting at least on paper. Just a suggestion.

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