The Soviet Chess School had long held a monopoly on the game at the highest level. Spassky was the latest in an uninterrupted chain of Soviet world chess championsstretching back to the championship. The expectations on Spassky were enormous because for the Soviets, chess was part of the political system.
Facundo Arrizabalaga The Hunter Becomes The Prey Outplaying opponents from equal positions and grinding them down in endgames are hallmarks of Magnus Carlsen playing style. These traits brought him a number of victories in super tournaments.
They even served him faithfully in the previous World Championship Matches. Ordinary players often can't withstand Magnus' tremendous pressure. Fabiano Caruana is not an ordinary player, though. In the game six of the World Chess Championship, he managed to turn the tables and give Magnus a taste of his own medicine.
Magnus found himself on the receiving end of it all. After sacrificing a piece for two pawns, he was on the verge of losing. Fortunately for him, Caruana was unable to find a study-like win on move His stubborn defence resulted in an unbreachable fortress and with enormous effort, he managed to salvage half a point.
Round 6 report follows. Game Course After trying both 1 d4 in the game twoand 1 c4 in the game four without particular success, in his third White game Carlsen played the third most common move — 1 e4. Caruana expectedly replied with his beloved Petroff.
On move 4, Magnus uncorked a weird looking 4 Nd3 retreat. Very soon, the queens were exchanged and a symmetrical position, similar to French Exchange and Berlin Ruy Lopez positions, arose on the board. Magnus probably couldn't believe he could ever be in danger and refused several simplifying options which would result in an immediate draw.
He was playing fire with fire and Caruana kept posing him small, but concrete problems. On move 44 he decided to sacrifice a piece for three pawns with Black getting one back immediately. It was still good enough for a draw, but the resulting endgame was extremely complicated.
Caruana kept playing for a win and on move 67 his effort was rewarded as Carlsen made an erroneous king move — 67 Kg6??. Caruana could have exploited it with the study-like However, it was almost impossible for a human to see all the nuances.Fabiano Caruana has emerged as the next challenger for the World Championship title in November.
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