FINAL GAME OF Tata Steel 2024! || Wei Yi vs Gukesh

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Wei Yi (2740) – Gukesh (2725)
Tata Steel Masters (chess24.com) [18] 2024.01.28
A06 Reti opening

1.Nf3 d5 2.e3 Nf6 3.c4 e6 4.b3 Bd6 5.Bb2 Nc6 6.cxd5 exd5 7.g3 O-O 8.Bg2 Qe7 9.O-O Ne5 10.Nxe5 Bxe5 11.Bxe5 Qxe5 12.Nc3 c6 13.b4 h5 14.h3 Bf5 15.b5 d4 16.exd4 Qxd4 17.bxc6 bxc6 18.Qf3 Be6 19.Qe3 Qd7 20.Kh2 h4 21.gxh4 Rfe8 22.Qg5 Qd6+ 23.Qg3 Rad8 24.Rad1 Bc4 25.Rg1 Nh5 26.Qxd6 Rxd6 27.Bf3 Nf6 28.Rg5 Kf8 29.Rc5 Bd5 30.Nxd5 Nxd5 31.d4 Rf6 32.Rd3 Nb4 33.Rb3 Nd5 34.h5 g6 35.hxg6 fxg6 36.Kg3 Ne7 37.Be4 Rd6 38.Rc4 Red8 39.Rbb4 Kf7 40.Kf3 Kf6 41.Ke3 R8d7 42.Rb8 Re6 43.Kd3 Red6 44.Rf8+ Kg7 45.Rb8 Kf6 46.Kc3 Re6 47.f3 Nd5+ 48.Kb3 Ne7 49.h4 Nf5 50.Kc3 Nd6 51.Bxc6 Rc7 52.Rc5 Re3+ 53.Kd2 Ra3 54.Bd5 Rd7 55.Rc6 Ra5 56.Bb3 Ke7 57.Rg8 Kf6 58.Re8 Kf5 59.Be6+

Timestamps:

0:00 Hello Everyone

World Chess Champion Ding Liren returns for the 86th edition of the Tata Steel Masters, a 14-player single round-robin taking place from 13-28 January in Wijk aan Zee, the Netherlands.

The time control is 100 minutes for 40 moves, followed by 50 minutes for the rest of the game, with a 30-second increment per move from move 1. A tie for first place will be decided by two blitz (3+2) games. If still tied, the players keep playing single “sudden death” games where White gets 2.5 minutes and Black 3 minutes until one side wins. The monetary prizes will be shared evenly. Official website:

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52 Comments

  1. No surprise Ding tanked, often the bottom dweller of tournaments.

  2. Ratings displayed on left side are wrong of both players

  3. Diving straight into Blitz for classical tiebreaks feels a bit too much
    Still Wei Yi was fantastic

  4. Became a fan of Wei Yi after this tournament!

  5. Gukesh is a complete beast in classical chess! There is a good chance that he can be the next world champion and he is just 17. Remember what magnus told about gukesh in world cup. His game against gukesh was the toughest for him..

  6. @7:31 trying to harass the black king from behind…🙂

  7. Now Gukesh + Young global uprising chess stars (Pragg, Nordibek, Keymer, Alireza…) are fighting the Current World Class players(Magnus, Fabi, Hikaru, Wesley, Anish, Ding, Ian )… Clash of Generations for Torch bearers… New World emerging..

  8. Only Pragg unbeaten in 45 games in classical game

  9. The rise of Chinese chess Era….I have always heard about the Russian-American dominance, in-between we have found some individual one in a life time champions like Anand and Carlson from their representative countries, Then some indian briliancy Now This Chinese madness….I really feel like this time China is gonna produce some unseen chess magnificence 😇

  10. Wait Anand is #1 in India. That’s crazy!

  11. Wei Yi is like Tal. No matter how much time you spend your preparation, against Wei Yi he will still bring you to the path to that dark forest

  12. Wei deserves to have matches with nakamura and Magnus

  13. Hans Niemann = next Bobby Fischer

    – Wesley So = current Bobby Fischer

    – Bobby Fischer's ghost = old Bobby Fischer

    – Beth Harmon = Bobby Fischer in another universe

    Each of these 4 'is a prodigy, had a rather dark childhood and is American'.

    Speaking of Wesley So

    Hikaru's (the rapid WFRCC) wife almost beat Wesley So's (the classical WFRCC) girlfriend!

    2023 USCC – Indeed Carissa Yip won and thanked Wesley So as her secret second in the 2023 USCC closing ceremony speech.

    But in Carissa vs Atousa, Carissa was losing most of the game. Atousa just blundered in the end.

    move 54 for black is an 8-move equality puzzle

    it's so sharp

    [Variant "From Position"]

    [FEN "1Q5k/3r1rn1/p3N3/Pp1p2P1/1q2p3/1B2R2P/5P2/6K1 b"]

    1… Kh7 2. g6+ Kxg6 3. Rg3+ Kf6 4. Nxg7 Rxg7 5. Qf4+ Ke6 6. Qh6+ Kf5 7. Rxg7 Rxg7+ 8. Qxg7 Qxb3

    PS

    xcdhgq

    #suggestion

    #womeninchess

    #uschesschamps

    #uschess

    #uschesschamp

    #uscc

  14. Gukesh should utilise the bigger eyes god gives him to see the whole board . Wei Yi has smaller

  15. Wei Yi quickly becoming my favourite player.

  16. I used to think wei yi was ding's punching bag and by god how wrong i was.

  17. Gukesh defeated wei yei in classical but lost in blitz ,
    If just he would have won against pragg, he would have been the winner

  18. Thank you for not spoiling the outcome with the title and thumbnail. It is my only complaint of the channel. Not knowing who wins makes it so much more entertaining

  19. Wei Yi made me a fan during this one. I hope he is able to play more tournaments in 2024 on the back of this huge win.

  20. I am hearing this man for the first time

  21. Gukesh id currently best player in Classical chess

  22. Spare a thought for Gukesh –
    a gladiator on the chess board
    but a gentle man/boy (?!) off it! ❤

  23. Congrats to Wei Yi. You deserve to be the winner. Every game was interesting!

  24. He's been Wei-ting all his life for this moment

  25. Indian chess is literally booming 💥
    Already 5 in the top 20 and may be more to come in future, power to India 👊

  26. It's 2024 and anything can be played – Antonio.
    Now I know why I keep losing all the game.

  27. Wei Yi -underdog strikes strong 💪💪

  28. Does anyone know why there were no American chess players in this tournament? It'd be interesting to learn what's the role for the organisers when they invite the players to different events

  29. Just wonder how he sees everything with those small eyes.

  30. Es un consuelo ver que los SGMs también se dejan las piezas.

  31. Con ese error no hubo brilliancy

  32. Rook to e8 Wei Yi was probably already thinking about that fork with the Bishop

  33. And also the way these tiebreaks are structured Is wrong in my opinion. I mean, an italian system Is ok, but still theres the danger of having all the attacking players when youre black, so It's not as good as a double round italian, but still… But if you have One single game to win and eliminate the opponent, and there you have a random colour, this Is completely unfair. Im pretty shocked this Is the system that was chosen to decide the winner of such a strong tournament!!

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