Daniel King: World Championship Blunders

by ChessBase
1/5/2022 – In the 2021 World Championship match between challenger Ian Nepomniachtchi and defending champion Magnus Carlsen, Nepomniachtchi blundered in a couple of games. He is in good company. In his Power Play Chess show on YouTube Daniel King takes a look at blunders that happened in previous World Championship matches and found a number of amazing, amusing and entertaining mistakes made by the best players in the history of chess.

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On this DVD, Grandmaster Daniel King offers you a repertoire for Black with the QGD and against the Catalan. The repertoire is demonstrated in 20 stem games, covering all White's major systems.

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Daniel King: World Championship Blunders

Chigorin vs Steinitz 1892

Capablanca - Alekhine, World Championship match 1927, Game 1

Euwe - Alekhine, World Championship match 1935, game 24

Alekhine - Euwe, World Championship match 1937, game 16

Fischer - Spassky 1972, Karpov - Kasparov 1990

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MauvaisFou MauvaisFou 1/9/2022 03:17
... However, none can equal, in blindness and drama, Tchigorine - Steinitz.

By the way, can you say "blunder" about ... Fxh2 in Spassky - Fischer ?
MauvaisFou MauvaisFou 1/8/2022 10:55
very. nice !!
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