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Learn from the Grandmasters: Carlsen vs. Aronian, Commented by Jan Markos (video)

Stanislav Pavlovič | February 20, 2012 – 11:53One Comment | 3,536 views

The video series explaining the most interesting matches of the present have proven successful. We find that you are very keen on learning from the famous grandmasters, so we would like to continue with producing such videos.

This time, we will have a look at the game between Magnus Carlsen and Levon Aronian played at Tata Steel Chess Tournament 2012. It is the second game from said tournament in the series. The commentary is once again provided by GM Jan Markos.

There is no big point in introducing these two players. But for the record: Magnus is currently world’s number one, closely followed by Levon. So, you are about to watch the most prestigious game played recently.


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  • Ernesto José Morales says:

    Hola amigos de, me agrada muchísimo las partidas de los grandes jugadores actuales, amo el ajedrez y espero con ansias sus comentarios, pero como solamente hablo español, creo que a nivel Latinoamericano hicieran los comentarios en nuesro bello, también, idioma. Por lo demás, los felicito, y sigan siempre adelante divulgando tan bello juego.
    Ernesto Morales

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