Hikaru Nakamura takes on former World Junior Champion Zaven Andriasian | World Blitz 2022

Nakamura started strong with a score of 2/2 at the World Blitz 2022. He faced the former World Junior Champion Zaven Andriasian in the third round. Watch the game to see if the American Super GM can make it 3/3?

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9 Comments

  1. Great defense work. Hikaru seeing the bishops were the only thing that gave the attack a bite and after he annihilated both it was lost. Magical

  2. he could’ve fried liver-ed Hikaru, that would’ve been insane

  3. Завена не узнать, раньше тоненький был как тростинка 😄

  4. post match hikaru accessing the other dimension when confronting the words about the game from the opposite side its what i adore the most

  5. It was an early knight and bishop slaughter, the queens battled hard but left in the middle. In the end it was a rook and pawn end game with a premature finish due to Hikaru's inflated pawn count.

  6. A teaching example: Black fends off White's threats and breaks through with the two Black rooks (doubling) on the d – line.
    After that, everything plays itself out. Nakamura still had to be careful not to let himself be mated. But he had everything under control and played …Rook f2 to eliminate the white pawn on f5.

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