Tata Steel Chess Tournament 2022 – Round 9 | Hosts Naroditsky 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. Nils and Dubov game could give anyone a heartattack. but Vidit losing against Pragg its over

  2. That was an interesting dynamic round to watch. Glad that Caruana won but I feel really bad for Nils, as he played such an awesome chess, got aggressive and then defended fiercely till the very end. It was some cool time scramble to watch! Overall It feels like Nils got really unlucky in this tournament despite producing brilliant ideas and doing great calculations. Thanks for good commentary. BTW, I also use old engines along with new ones 🙂 I play against them 🙂


    Magnus obtains sole lead in masters section while Arjun maintains sole lead in challengers section.



    1-0 Anish Giri (5) vs Sam Shankland (3½) – King's Indian Attack

    1/2 – 1/2 Jan-Krzysztof Duda (3½) vs Andrey Esipenko (4) – Indian Game

    1/2 – 1/2 Jorden van Foreest (4) vs Daniil Dubov (3) – Ruy López Morphy Defense

    0-1 Nils Grandelius (2) vs Fabiano Caruana (4) – Advance French

    1/2 – 1/2 Richárd Rapport (4½) vs Vidit Gujrathi (5) – Indian Game

    0-1 R Praggnanandhaa (2½) vs Sergey Karjakin (4) – London System

    1-0 Magnus Carlsen (5½) vs Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (5½) – Closed Catalan


    1-0 Arjun Erigaisi (7) vs Zhu Jiner (2.5) – Ruy López Morphy Defense

    1/2 – 1/2 Thai Dai Van Nguyen (5.5) vs Max Warmerdam (4.5) – Sicilian Defense

    1/2 – 1/2 Rinat Jumabayev (5.5) vs Volodar Murzin (4.5) – Modern Slav

    1-0 Jonas Buhl Bjerre (4.5) vs Surya Shekhar Ganguly (4) – Queen's Gambit Declined

    1-0 Marc'Andria Maurizzi (1.5) vs Lucas van Foreest (4.5) – Queen's Gambit Accepted: Classical

    1/2 – 1/2 Erwin l'Ami (4) vs Daniel Dardha (3.5) – Queen's Gambit Declined

    1/2 – 1/2 Polina Shuvalova (2.5) vs Roven Vogel (2) – Berlin

  4. Fiona and Daniel thank you very much for these beautiful broadcasts, min 6 hrs each, very much appreciated!! with all your beauty, intelegence, knowedge, harmony, kindness, energy))

  5. I am starting to miss Alireza Firouzja in this tournament!

  6. You really should put time stamps (for player names, say) in the description box for such long video posts. Would be very helpful and much appreciated.

  7. Prag will be a bit heart broken with this tournament

    He had winning positions in almost every game

  8. 3:02:55 Magnus has won every online tournament including meltwater final one, also he won Norway chess classical, leading this, also won multiple classical games, he is keeping and increasing his 2865 rating and everyone is struggling to keep it as 2700 , he is goat, and good as he was before.

    Also, he won World Chess Championships

  9. The bedtime story gag with Fabi losing it is fucking hilarious.

  10. Can someone say why Hess is not Commentating

  11. Shankland was the guy who resigned in a completely drawn position against Giri a couple of years back. He sucks at endgames, relatively speaking, at this level. His opponents should really press at that weak spot, an opportunity Carlsen let slip some days ago (where, again, Shankland gave him some chances).

    What amazes me is that the commentators seem oblivious to this simple recognition.

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