Tata Steel Chess Tournament 2022 – Round 2 | Hosts Hess and Steil-Antoni

The Tata Steel Chess Tournament in Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands, is one of the most prestigious over-the-board tournaments in all of chess. The tournament is a single round-robin and features Magnus Carlsen, Fabiano Caruana, Anish Giri and some of the best players in the world! Everyone plays each other once for a total of 13 rounds. The 2021 tournament was won by Dutch GM, Jorden van Foreest!

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  1. I wonder whether Dubov and Karjakin did a handshake or they were like kramnik-topalov

  2. I really enjoy Fiona and Robert's commentary. Instead of rattling off lines they explain moves or why certain moves are not made!. I am not classically trained so this is very helpful! Thank you. Wish I had grown up in St. Louis.

  3. 55:30 GM Hess!! You are worth your weight in gold. πŸ˜€And thank you Fiona for such excellent questions. πŸ€“Interviewer, please be nice to Dubov and encourage his dry wit along with his analysis!! 2:37:00 More Feeling!!😭😭

  4. Oh no I missed the live stream. Was Aqui working on chat?

  5. Awesome insights and great commentary – thank you GM Hess and WIM Steil-Antoni!

  6. Adding my positive comments, Fiona and Robert are enjoyable and informative. And, the β€œBirds eye” view of the games is brilliant. Kudos to the tech/graphics people, too.

  7. good coverage. but i hate your bot ran site

  8. That was a beautiful game between Carslen and Giri.
    By the way, I like Robert and Fiona commenting. They are good commentators. What's more, chesscom commentators have become my choice of preference. That said, Howell and Houska were also doing a great job during the world championship but I watched mainly the commentary from Robert Hess, Danny Rensch and Caruana. We are spoiled for choice, I guess.

  9. I have been watching Magnus Carlsen since 2020. I started playing chess in high school in 2000.

  10. I like this combo of commentators. Hess is very focused, expert, passionate, and interesting in his thinking, and Fiona makes a good second to feed him questions and explain concepts. Svidler drives me a little crazy, because he's so busy making weird jokes and doing self-deprecation that the games analysis gets lost. My other favorite pair is Leko-Sachdev, for similar reasons.

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