Today we will explore some of Magnus Carlsen’s tactical combination that brought him many victories. By going over his games and putting yourself in his shoes we will evaluate the positions carefully and learn how to apply these tricks in your own games. Here are all 10 tactical hits by Magnus Carlsen:
Position 1. Gaasland, Glenn – Carlsen, Magnus, Norway 2001
Position 2. Aarefjord, Christian – Carlsen, Magnus, Oslo 2001
Position 3. Carlsen, Magnus – Gulbrandsen, Gustav, Norway 2002
Position 4. Hammer, Jon Ludvig – Carlsen, Magnus, Chalkidiki 2003
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Position 5. Carlsen, Magnus – Nikolic, Predrag, Wijk aan Zee 2005
Position 6. Carlsen, Magnus – Groenn, Atle, Sandnes 2005
Position 7. Carlsen, Magnus – Morozevich, Alexander, Biel 2006
Position 8. Naiditsch, Arkadij – Carlsen, Magnus, Wijk aan Zee 2006
Position 9. Karjakin, Sergey – Carlsen, Magnus, Moscow 2009
Position 10. Karpov, Anatoly – Carlsen, Magnus, Moscow 2009
The lesson is simple, work on your tactics, it will help you to win more games:
I wonder from where carlsen is getting such power