When you blunder a piece against Anish Giri | FIDE World Cup 2023

2554-rated GM Arseniy Nesterov’s solid play against the Dutch no.1 earned him a shot to take the match to tie-breaks in round two of the FIDE World Cup 2023. Both the players looked solid in the opening phase of the game but Arseniy tried something ambitious as he ignored his attacked rook and played Qb5. So what did Anish do in reply? Check the video of Anish’s move.

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Video: ChessBase India

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12 Comments

  1. The opponents body was like the engine bar…
    Initially he was sitting straight but as his position got worse he started to move sideways..showing us his back
    Maybe that is why it is called the Tilt

  2. White resigned because he loses the Knight.

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