Norway Chess: Daniel King's "Play of the Day", Rd.8

4/29/2016 – Things went well for Magnus Carlsen at the Altibox Norway Chess tournament in Stavanger - until round eight. Playing with Black against Levon Aronian the World Champion misplayed the opening and soon find himself in an uncomfortable position which he finally lost after a tactical oversight. In his video analysis Daniel King wonders how this could happen.

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Álvaro Pereira Álvaro Pereira 4/30/2016 01:02
Nice comments by D. King, as usual. 11...Qc7, 12...Ne8, 13...Nd6 was a bad plan on a bad position. 11... (or 12...)Ng4/Nd7!? seems the best option.