EPIC FINALE: Hikaru vs Fabiano Face-off | Winner Takes Home $75,000 | Norway Chess 2023 Final Round!

The 2023 Norway Chess is an elite over-the-board tournament contested by top grandmasters Magnus Carlsen, Alireza Firouzja, Anish Giri, Wesley So, Hikaru Nakamura, Fabiano Caruana, and more! This year’s event features a kr$2,500,000 prize fund (roughly equivalent to $234,000) and takes place in Stavanger, Norway.

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67 Comments

  1. I hate that the winner doesn't care, but what can we do

  2. Polgar has been a fantastic analyst throughout this tournament

  3. Fabulous tourney …
    What will I do now??

    Great pundentry and love the confession booth.

    Congrats everyone involved.

    H a worthy winner.

    ⚘️

  4. Watching the replay, and proud of chat for catching the DEEZ KNIGHTS by Jovanka, hahah.

  5. 46:30 David so happy with his arrows 🙂 One of the best commentating teams around, keep up the good work.

  6. It's amazing Tari won more games than Magnus did in classical this tournament.

  7. This was a truly enjoyable event. With a surprising winner at the end!

  8. Hikaru made the top or 2nd top engine move for like the last 40 moves!! Insane!!! Completely insane!!!

  9. I accidentally read a spoiler of who wins but I'm still watching the stream because I enjoy this commentary crew that much

  10. 01:24:10 Hikaru giving commentary on all the other games in the middle of his own $75k final, what a legend

  11. Absolutely amazing commentary! Thank you for these 3 wonderful hosts!

  12. Why no interview with Fabiano to find out what happened?

  13. Keep your head up Fabi. Your true fans are with you. We look forward to the other tournaments this year, the candidates and getting the World Championship title. We're with you.

  14. Magnus still suffering physlogically from giving up his World title. Weird to see this Colosuss as a mere mortal

  15. Judit is brilliant…finding the Knight g5 move in the Fabi-Naka game that made the eval bar go so high for white.

  16. Fabi qnd all these top players got defeated by a streamer. There were few fckers supporting Fabi in the chat 2 days ago who abused me for supporting Naka . Those lil bit3hes been real quiet ever since 😂

  17. Wow! What a fantastic game Naka – Fabi, and not boring at all! Really nice. These guys are such pros, and teammates, too. This won't be their last matchup. You know Fabi will come back prepared for next time.

  18. Wow didn't even cover the insane tie-break between Carlsen and Nodirbek.

  19. Amazing commentators, thank you — love all three

  20. Amazing game and tournament. I feel for Fabiano making a small mistake but Hikaru completely capitalized and slammed the door on any hope for a comeback.

  21. Another trash tournament where hiki on dikis gets free win agter free win. Caruana is such a garbage player its hilarious they even played the game instead of just giving it to hiki on dikis.
    Also, theres massive evidence he was cheating this tournament just like magnus. But no one cares when those two cheat repeatedly

  22. Winner takes home 75000usd.

    Carlsen chuckles: "I can take home 7,500,000usd in poker. You guys are in the wrong profession."

  23. Hikarua is so smug… an actual chess gangster

  24. Why did you stop recapping the last moves on the board when you go back to a game? It forces me to have a split screen with the overview of all the games up as I'm watching the commentary, and that sort of makes the commentary stream redundant..

  25. great tournament, great commentators and great broadcasting.. thank you very much ❤
    we would like to see gm.polgar more often..

  26. Hikaru representing like a superhero
    Marvel will sign him

  27. Can anyone explain who gave a single f in last 40 minutes other than the match that mattered we watched everything other than that game

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