Nepomniachtchi-Ding World Chess Championship Match 2023 || Game 10

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Nepomniachtchi, Ian (2795) – Ding, Liren (2788) 1/2-1/2
Nepomniachtchi-Ding World Chess Championship (chess24.com) [9] 2023.04.21
C65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin defence

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 Nf6 4.d3 Bc5 5.c3 O-O 6.O-O d5 7.Nbd2 dxe4 8.dxe4 a5 9.a4 Qe7 10.Qc2 Nb8 11.Re1 Rd8 12.h3 h6 13.Nf1 c6 14.Bc4 Na6 15.Ng3 Qc7 16.Ba2 b5 17.Qe2 Rb8 18.Nh4 Bf8 19.Qf3 bxa4 20.Bxh6 Nc5 21.Ng6 Rxb2 22.Nxf8 Rxf8 23.Bg5 Nh7 24.Bc1 Rb5 25.Ba3 Re8 26.Bc4 Be6 27.Bxe6 Nxe6 28.Nf5 c5 29.Qe2 Rb3 30.Qc4 Qc6 31.Bc1 Nf6 32.Qxa4 Qxa4 33.Rxa4 Rxc3 34.Bb2 Rb3 35.Bxe5 Rb4 36.Rxa5 Rxe4 37.Rxe4 Nxe4 38.Ra4 Nd4 39.Bxd4 cxd4 40.Rxd4 g6 41.Ne3 Kg7 42.Rb4 Ng3 43.Rb7 Nf5 44.Ng4 Re7 45.Rb5 Re1+ 46.Kh2 Re2 47.Rb7 Nd6 48.Ra7 Kf8 49.Kg3 f5 50.Kf3 Re7 51.Ra8+ Re8 52.Rxe8+ Kxe8 53.Ne5 g5 54.h4 gxh4 55.Kf4 h3 56.gxh3 Ke7 57.Nc6+ Kf6 58.Nd4 Ne4 59.f3 Nf2 60.h4 Nd3+ 61.Kg3 Kg6 62.Ne6 Kf6 63.Nf4 Nb4 64.Kf2 Ke5 65.Ke3 Nc2+ 66.Kd2 Nd4 67.Nd3+ Kf6 68.Ke3 Nc2+ 69.Kf4 Nd4 70.Kg3 Ne2+ 71.Kf2 Nd4 72.Nf4 Ke5 73.Ne2 Ne6 74.Kg3 Kf6 75.Kg2 Kg7 76.Kf2 f4 77.Kg1 Kg6 78.Kg2 Kh6 79.Nc1 Kh5 80.Kh3 Nd4 81.Nd3 Nxf3 82.Nxf4+

00:00 Hello Everyone!
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01:15 GAME STARTS!
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15:50 Game Ends!
17:15 Contributions!

The 2023 FIDE World Chess Championship is a 14-game match taking place in the St. Regis Astana Hotel in Astana, Kazakhstan on April 9-30 between Ian Nepomniachtchi and Ding Liren, who finished 1st and 2nd in the 2022 Candidates Tournament. Reigning World Champion Magnus Carlsen has chosen not to defend his title. The first player to reach 7.5 points wins, while a 7:7 tie will be decided by a playoff. The prize fund is €2 million, split 60:40, or 55:45 if it goes to a playoff. No draw offers are allowed until after move 40.

Each player has 120 minutes for 40 moves, then 60 minutes for the next 20, then 15 minutes to the end of the game, with a 30-second increment starting only from move 61. A playoff will consist of four 25-minute games, with a 10-second increment from move 1. If still tied, up to two pairs of 5+3 games will be played. If tied again, single 3+2 games are played, with colours reversed each game, until one player wins.

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168 Comments

  1. Nepo is entering “just don’t fuck it up” territory

  2. @13:55… I'm not so sure how Nepo blundered a piece?? If anything, it looks like Nepo would be the one having an extra piece or up the exchange…

  3. Either Morphy's defence (in a Ruy Lopez scenario) or a Najdorf Sicilian would be cool to happen tomorrow!

  4. I'm glad top players are playing it out to the last 2 kings 😀

  5. If ding ling loses the tournament but he won our hearts ❤️

  6. 1:10 Nepo is like “just here at the world chess championship with the boys”

    The boys:

  7. the moves in the description are from game 9

  8. I saw the dirty finger in 16mins. time

  9. I love it!

    Ding: just take my pawn
    Nepo: I will be glad to
    Ding: happy?
    Nepo: Yes, very much so
    Handshakes are given 😂

  10. Time management seems to be the deciding factor here.

  11. Choosing a variation that Nepo has played as White was pretty risky if there wasn't a prepared novelty. Ding did not challenge Nepo enough so the game is drawn.

  12. 2 seconds after Ian and Ding finishes Game 10…

    Agadmator: Hello everyone, welcome to Game 11

  13. Well yeah, that’s what I use to think too (2:19) just bishop captures F2, but I indeed could never get something useful out of it and just kept getting into trouble instead 😄

  14. U totally missed the point. Qe7 is an eeror. h5 first was very important. Ian found himself in a final with a lost tempo. But he was lucky to have forced combinations that lead to a drawish position.

  15. I could tell it would be a draw just by your lack of enthusiasm at the beginning.

  16. There was a nice meme on the internet – when you prepare the whole night for the upcoming game, and your opponent then plays Kf8.

  17. Thank you for bringing us these game reviews Agad.

  18. I’ve been a little disappointed in Ding. On the other hand, Nepo has solved his blunder issues from the last WCC, so good for him!

  19. Ding needs to win next game. Else it would become tough to control the game. Hope he makes comeback in style and this series remains interesting.
    Anyways, this event is far more interesting than previous one (involving Carlsen)

  20. The PGN in the description is for game 9, not game 10.

  21. Why did Ding give up the last pawn to his opponent? He could have won the game by just playing his king forward a step.

  22. Since agadmator posted Game 9 again I will post Game 10 here:

    Ding,Liren 2788 – Nepomniachtchi,Ian 2795 [E28] W-chFIDE 40/90 20/60 G/15/+30 Sec (2023), Astana KAZ 2023.04.23 (10) 1.c4 Nf6 2.Nc3 e5 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.e4 Bc5 5.Nxe5 Nxe5 6.d4 Bb4 7.dxe5 Nxe4 8.Qf3 Nxc3 9.bxc3 Bc5 10.Qg3 Kf8 11.Be2 d6 12.Bf4 Qe7 13.Rd1 h5 14.0-0 h4 15.Qd3 g5 16.exd6 cxd6 17.Bxd6 Qxd6 18.Qxd6+ Bxd6 19.Rxd6 Be6 20.f4 Ke7 21.Rd4 gxf4 22.Rfxf4 h3 23.g4 Rac8 24.Kf2 Rc5 25.a4 Ra5 26.Bd1 b6 27.Kg3 Rh6 28.Rfe4 Kf8 29.Rd8+ Kg7 30.Ra8 Rc5 31.Rxa7 Bxc4 32.Rae7 Rhc6 33.R7e5 Rxe5 34.Rxe5 Bb3 35.Bxb3 Rxc3+ 36.Kh4 Rxb3 37.Rb5 Ra3 38.Rxb6 Rxa4 39.Kxh3 f5 40.gxf5 Rf4 41.Rb5 Kf6 42.Kg3 Rxf5 43.Rxf5+ Kxf5 44.h4 Kg6 45.h5+ Kxh5 ½–½

  23. 1:02 As a professional event & wedding photographer i must say that those photos taken by 'those' photographers are amateur level at most… weird angles, 0 composition, very noisy photos… You would expect that they could hire some REAL professionals for Chess World Championship… its just sad imho.

  24. Edit: With the Correct ECO Code:

    Ding,Liren 2788 – Nepomniachtchi,Ian 2795 [A28] W-chFIDE 40/90 20/60 G/15/+30 Sec (2023), Astana KAZ 2023.04.23 (10) 1.c4 Nf6 2.Nc3 e5 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.e4 Bc5 5.Nxe5 Nxe5 6.d4 Bb4 7.dxe5 Nxe4 8.Qf3 Nxc3 9.bxc3 Bc5 10.Qg3 Kf8 11.Be2 d6 12.Bf4 Qe7 13.Rd1 h5 14.0-0 h4 15.Qd3 g5 16.exd6 cxd6 17.Bxd6 Qxd6 18.Qxd6+ Bxd6 19.Rxd6 Be6 20.f4 Ke7 21.Rd4 gxf4 22.Rfxf4 h3 23.g4 Rac8 24.Kf2 Rc5 25.a4 Ra5 26.Bd1 b6 27.Kg3 Rh6 28.Rfe4 Kf8 29.Rd8+ Kg7 30.Ra8 Rc5 31.Rxa7 Bxc4 32.Rae7 Rhc6 33.R7e5 Rxe5 34.Rxe5 Bb3 35.Bxb3 Rxc3+ 36.Kh4 Rxb3 37.Rb5 Ra3 38.Rxb6 Rxa4 39.Kxh3 f5 40.gxf5 Rf4 41.Rb5 Kf6 42.Kg3 Rxf5 43.Rxf5+ Kxf5 44.h4 Kg6 45.h5+ Kxh5 ½–½

  25. Nepo looks mentally more prepared than Ding, fans of neither but I guess eventually Nepo will win.

  26. Agadmator, you posted the game 9 in this video.

  27. Ding has the brains but not the confidence unfortunately……nice guys always finish last.

  28. Actually after every game…magnus should be asked…how should one progress in dead draw….

  29. I could never playing the same opening more than once when there are only 14 games or so. It would would seem with the amount of time they had before the match.if I had that much time I would at least 3 times as many prepared

  30. Why he bluders if i takes with is rock?

  31. why is it that only Ding and Nepo are the only ones playing. sorry i am new in chess

  32. Ding just gave me a new variation on this opening.

  33. This "championship" match is a joke. Both of these players would get wrecked by Magnus.

  34. I think Ding has shown in this match so far, that he can outplay Ian, and that he lacks confidence.😥

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