Gukesh beats Nepo in his last competitive game before World Championship 2023

Ian Nepomniachtchi is all set to play the World Championship Match in April 2023. The WR Masters was his last competitive event before the match. His last game was the tiebreak against Gukesh. It was an extremely intense game that ended in the favour of the young Indian. Check out this battle along with the commentary of IM Sagar Shah.

Video: ChessBase India

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57 Comments

  1. 😂😂😂Sagar saying "the world championship finalist" somehow feels like mockery. Hilarious😂😂

  2. Kya faida world championship ka magnus to khelega nahi aise hi nakli world champion ban jao 😄

  3. Damn I must've been sleeping because I swear I remember Magnus defeating Ian very vividly as if it happened a week back. We're getting old quick af.

  4. Rapid chess is really tough. It requires lot of preparation.

  5. Gukesh has to focus on rapid and blitz. In most of the tournaments the result is decided by tie breakers. Amazing performance by gukesh.

  6. Congrats to Gukesh! Good luck to Nepo in WC!

  7. Well was to be expected. Ian had to fight long hours game while Gukesk and co. could rest and prepare…

  8. gukesh will win this year chess championship

  9. Unneccassary dramatization….sagar just want all the limelight and money ….leach

  10. Anyone knows when the world championship match will happen ?

  11. Amazing performance by Gukesh but let us not forget that Ian had a very successful tournament as well with no losses, and right before tie-break he had a long exhausting battle against Keymer where he was pushing Vincent through the entire game until he cracked. And despite this tie-break Ian gave a great performance in this tournament, was the only one to beat Levon (who was just amazing during this event) and all in all did much better than Ding in Tata steel 2023. With all my respect to Ding I think that he is not likely to beat Nepo but still, no one knows for sure

  12. Sagar is for chess what Peter Drury is for football…he makes chess an edge of a seat thriller with this stupendous commentary… loved it Sagar bhai

  13. Great win for gukesh… But ian wasn't performing at his best due to the long match he had just he won…. He got a very short break after the match and before these tiebreaks

  14. Missed sagar's commentary In wr chess tournament

  15. After what he did to Levon, i no longer root for Nepo

  16. Did I heard Sagar saying Horse instead of Knight 😀

  17. Excellent amazing great performance by gukesh… super game… great commentary Sagar Bhai…i am proud to be a subscriber of chess bass India..💯💯👍👍👌👌🙏🙏🙏❣️❣️👏👏👏

  18. Sagar is excellent commentator. Little bit unusual football commentator style, but IMO it is much better that Gustafsson or Svidler who are useful against insomnia.

  19. Looks like Nepo was mad after that loss to Gukesh.

  20. Saakar (साकार) Chess Ambarnath says:

    Amazing play & amazing commentary too.. Harsh Bhogle kinda!🥰

  21. how is this dude 16 , man looks like he got a 16 year old kid

  22. how is the World champion finalist selected against the champion?

  23. one mistake and you lose ……………..i 900 elo chess blunder queen still win 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  24. I fear all that Gukesh has done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.

  25. Будь проклят ваш градусник, будьте вы прокляты

  26. Mr.Sagar why r shouting… shouting..
    Again and again…this is not cricket commentary pls be cool and analyse the game…we r really irritating Ur commentary…pls

  27. Gukesh means Gu=Gu and kesh = bal therefore gu ke baal

  28. its like watching the Kentucky Derby with this commentating

  29. the problem with title is it spoils the winner

  30. His name is not Nepo-NISHI.. its pronounced Nepo-Nee-aa-chi

  31. chess world championship today is boring. gukesh vs abdusattorov is more exciting. chess needs magnus as a world champ and find the best challenger

  32. Is gukesh perpetually 16 years old, I think i've been hearing he's 16 years old for 3 years now. No disrespect, I just found it amusing. He's phenomenal no doubt

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