3 Best Games of the Week: How to Beat a Grandmaster

3 Best Games of the Week: How to Beat a Grandmaster

This one was a major upset at Revjiavik Open just a few days ago. Fide Master (FM) Daniel Bisby (2321) from England defeated one of the top Grandmasters, no less than Sergey Movsesian (2665). With very creative play in a Kings Indian Attack white managed to breakthrough black’s setup. A game worth seeing.

 

Game 1: Bisby – Movsesian

This one was a major upset at Revjiavik Open just a few days ago. Fide Master (FM) Daniel Bisby from England defeated one of the top Grandmasters, no less than Sergey Movsesian. With very creative play in a Kings Indian Attack white managed to breakthrough black’s setup. A game worth seeing.

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Game 2: Adams – Motylev

Game from a recent match in the Bundesliga. Michael Adams outplays his opponent giving a show of his great positional style. However things got complicated at some point and the Russian Grandmaster had some chances to make a draw. It’s also a relevant game for the theory of one of the side lines in the Caro Kan.

Game 3: Svidler – Ragger

For those who like to know more about the Spanish game we have analyzed this recent game from the Bundesliga. Svidler employed his pet line 4.d3 against the Berlin variation and he followed his own game against Karjakin until his opponent deviated with a new move. Svidler sacrificed a piece for compensation and his opponent could not find the best defense. Have a look at the analysis of this game to know more about this line

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Updated 01.07.2024

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