Carlsen CRUSHED an Indian GM in 10 Moves Tricky Gambit Against 1.e4
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Carlsen CRUSHED an Indian Grandmaster in 10 Moves with This Tricky Gambit

Carlsen CRUSHED an Indian Grandmaster in 10 Moves with This Tricky Gambit

I’d like to remind you of the massive 64% discount (or more) we’re providing on all the RCA courses and packages (till Thursday, 31 March) in honour of our new shop and upgrade to our training portal. Some key highlights of the new shop and the training portal are:

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A few months ago I published a video about the best chess opening for Black against 1.e4. It is from the Portuguese variation of the Scandinavian Defense, which happens after the following moves: 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Nf6 3.d4 Bg4.

The video has become quite popular and a lot of you had said that you enjoyed it. Therefore, today I decided to share with you a game played between the world champion Magnus Carlsen and the Indian Grandmaster Vaibhav Suri, where Carlsen virtually won in just 10 moves!

You can find the PGN of this game below:


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