Beat the Scandinavian in 8 Moves!

Publicerades den 8 sep 2020
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Aryan Tari vs Jorden van Foreest
chess24 Banter Series | Qualifier C (2020)
8.9.2020, GAME
Scandinavian defence (B01)
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  • Am I the only one who thinks that a lot of chess players are attractive?

  • 2:10 Moving to Nc6 is also a blunder.

  • 7:15, why does he not take the free pawn?

  • Bb5 Queen is not trapped you can trade off the queens at c2

  • At 3:06 why can't queen take out bishop on b5? Why is it trapped?

  • His pronunciation of Aryan as an Indian amazes me. Most westerners would murder his name. He pronounces almost all the eastern player's names right.

  • 5.03 Rxd6+ Kxd6, Qa3+ wins immediately.

  • I always wait for it; "so yeah"

  • The quote.... It's something similar to what Agadmator would say😂😂

  • If you noticed that the queen can take the bishop and your confused, the knight can then fork the king and queen to win the queen

  • Wrong analysis at 3:08. The black queen is not trapped by the White Bishop. The queen gets easy pickings.It nicely takes the bishop and attacks the white Kd5.

  • The guy who played Black is a grandmaster????

  • resigning has never been "Fashionable "

  • I feel like I’m missing something obvious... but if white plays Bishop to b5, why can’t the queen just capture the pawn on c2 and escape?

  • His surname is pronounced as “Vawn Foaraised”

  • Why exactly is the queen trapped at 3:10? Can't it just take the bishop?

  • Yeah, I just play the Modern Scandinavian...fuck all that exposed queen stuff!

  • It's reassuring that this also happens to GMs. I assume he messed up his opening preperation. That was the advantage of Capablanca as he had no opening theory 😀

  • 日本人いる?

  • Aryan Tari is not quite a Scandinavian GM. Both of his parents are Iranians migrated to Norway.

  • Why didnt black moves his queen to a4? If white's bishop goes to b5 he can take pawn on c2 right? Since its attacked by both his queen and bishop? Can someone explain?

  • How can you call yourself grandmaster when you play such an ugly game

  • Really love ur channel. U explain so nicely. A request to include loads of traps and gambit video

  • nickcave

  • In 6:26 (I am doing it mentally so I can go wrong) but if Black playes g4; Qxg4, f3; Qg6+, Bf6 (otherwise black lose the rook); exf6, f2; f7+, Rf6; f8=N+ (if f8=Q, f1=Q+), Ke7; Qg7+, Rf7; Ng6+, Ke8; Qe5+, Kd8; Qd6+, Kc8; Qe6+, Rd7; Qf5 and the white Queen takes the pawn on f2 in the next move

  • Ding Liren 2020

  • Don't care for chess a lick, but this channel is gold.

  • So resigning is "not in fashion" these days? No wonder I come across so many players who continue to play with multiple pieces down, with no threat at all.

  • M I THE ONLY ONE WHO THOUGHT QUEEN CAN EASILY CAPTURE THE WHITE BISHOP IF THT MOVE WAS PLAYED!!!! AGADMATOR NOOO!!! 😔😔

  • Uh,.,,instead Qd3-e2...play RxB...then Qa3...am I blind?

  • 3:04 Qxc2

    • We will not be broken sadly, but he’s the only one who analyzes it so we’ve got no choice

    • Finally someone.....I was thinking about that also...very bad analyse by agadmator like always only for bad chess players, and nobody will answer ever on questions in comments

  • Actually agadmator helped me in real life as well...when some one argues I predict the following moves and after prediction I'll get to know ..well I didn't achieve anything ...ok ...thanks agadmator

  • I thought I was straight until I saw Aryan for the first time

  • In 2008, in an Australian club game, I won a similar miniature: 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qa5 4.d4 Nf6 5.Bd2 Nc6?! {5... c6 to make room for the Q} 6. Bb5! Bd7? 7. Nd5! {winning the Q} 7... Nxd5 [7... Qxb5 8. Nxc7+] {and resigns} 1-0

  • If White was going to give up the exchange for nothing, then why not get a P as well earlier on: 0-0-0 0-0-0, Rhe1 Ne4, Rxe4 dxe4, Qxe4.

  • at 3:09 why would you suggest sacrificing the bishop

  • South Dakota...

  • 8:18 (Queen Check Picks up the rock)

  • 2:56 after Bb5 attacking the queen, the queen isn't trapped, but it is till good for white. Qxc2, Qxc2, Bxc2, and Nxc7+ forking king and rook like you mentioned earlier.

  • For those who do not know it Aryan Tari is a GM.

  • 3:03 If queen takes on b5, the knight takes on c7 and later picks up the queen :)

  • this position has been reached in an other vid

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    • What are u smoking bro? Ohh, religion....i see...

  • Yes, in the beginning he has a lost position in 8 moves but in endgame, he has a queen vs a rook + bishop with equal amount of pawn. Is this still a lost position? Because it’s fairly even to me.

  • Scandinavian Defense : Botez Variation

  • 3:11 queen is not trapped because black can play Qxc2 ... but neverheless black is lost due to the rook fork

  • Jordeen should watch this channel 'cos then he would never have made such a mistake. But even so it's really surprising to see such a clusterfuck from a grand master after just 8 moves

  • #suggestions Mikhail Tal vs Johann Hjartarson Event: Reykjavik chess tournament Site: Reykjavik Iceland Date: 20.02.1987 Round: 2

    • @Nihar Karve if he had, can you share a link to that..

    • I think he did that one

  • 3:05 am i missing something? Why cant the black queen just take the bishop? Its not trapped

  • Resignation is really not fashionable.you never know when your opponent bluders. So keep fighting till the last move.

  • Antonio entertaining & informative as always!

  • Black should have pushed the pawn to c6 creating an escape route for the queen also preventing the knight on c3 to jump to b5 or d5. Like doesn't that a fundamental line for the scandinavian defense?

  • agadmator vs chess talk streamed !!!!!

  • Foreest needs to value his Queen like Magnus, then he should be OK.

  • 3:03 wait what’s defending the bishop?

    • If the queen takes then nxc7 forking the king and queen

  • 5:02 - White has a nice trick of his own. He should have played Rxd6! in this position because if the king captures then Qa3+ skewers the king and rook. If the king doesn't recapture, then the tactic just picks up a piece. (There's obviously no point to blocking with the pawn because the d4 pawn means that Qxc5+ just renews the threat.) I was surprised you didn't mention it because it seemed so obviously winning, and I thought I must be hallucinating. However, I can't see any refutation.

  • Agadmator picked the best picture of foreest for this match

  • Resigning is not fashionable because respect is not fashionable. It is the sign of our degraded times and reprobate minds.

  • Plzz show the game between Vishwanath anand vs Ivan sakalov in 1992..

  • He put up a good defense even after his loss of the queen. Good to get news about the Candidates! Hope it works out.

  • At 3:03, the bishop is unguarded=dead meat!? Why not queen x bishop?

    • @Nullifidian

    • If Qxb5 then Nxc7+ with a grand fork: the king, queen, and queenside rook will all be attacked by the knight.

  • I have seen the first 8 moves in a book called opening traps haha, I am pretty surprised it was able to be executed at such high level. Probably because it's just a fun tournament rather than serious.

  • #suggestion In spirit of this quote, one more "it is possible to commit no mistakes and still lose" - Jean Luc Picard I think it perfectly fits chess. And also another suggestion, do podcast with Anish Giri, he is fan of your content, he said it on stream.

  • I have the PGN, but its not on chessgames.com

  • Grischuck vs Lenier Dominguez 2018 St. Louis Blitz Championship

  • Do a video on Grischuck vs Perez Saint Louis Blitz championship 2018

  • How does black not make a retreat square for the queen ? He had that comming

  • Black could have played Bb4 to defend the queen from getting trapped right ?

  • As a Scandinavian player, I'm proud to say I was never in such a lost position on move 8. Usually I get into a lost position on move 15 or so.

  • Given how early and simple the blunder was, I'm assuming that Foreest WANTED to get the two pieces for his queen - But couldn't do anything with them once he got what he wanted.

  • 3:03 I imagined Qxc2 was worth considering? Sure white gets Nxc7+, but maybe there's a way to just be down an exchange.

    • @Nullifidian Qxc2 Qxc2 Bxc2 Nxc7+ Kd8 Nxa8 Bd6 taking away the c7 square. If Rc1 after Bxc2, Be4 Nxc7+ Kd8 Nxa8 Bd6. In both lines, the knight's stuck on a8 and there's no 'e' or 'c' pawn to challenge black playing Nd5, overprotecting c7. Even if it won't be taken outright, it's pretty much out of the game for a while on a8. Personally, I would have just sac'd the queen like black ended up doing in the game. I just think this line was worth considering for sharp play. Edit: Also, with Be4 after Rc1, it'll be x-raying the a8 square for a recapture on top of messing up white's pawn structure with Bxf3.

    • I'm not sure what you think the continuation after Qxc2 would be, but after the queens are exchanged off then Nxc7+ wins the rook outright. You can't trap the knight with the usual tricks because of the bishop on c2. All white would have to do is play Rc1, then black would have to retreat the bishop, so as not to lose any more pieces, and that would allow the rook to control the entire c-file, protecting the knight after it comes back to c7.

  • can black not answer Bb5 with Qc2? He'll lose the exchange, but not the Q. What have I missed? thanks in advance.

  • 3:05 how does Bb5 work as an option? It's not defended.

  • Jean Luc Picard!?

  • 3:00 Queen is trapped because if Qxb5, then Nxc7 is a royal fork!

  • 3:40 I understood when down in points avoid trading

  • #quote "Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself; but talent instantly recognises genius" Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • Me, a Scandinavian player: *sweats profusely*

  • Name a better duo than "Captures Captures"

  • Weird, I created an escape route for my queen and still lost the game terribly...

  • The reason for resigning seems to be exactly the same in each game.

  • Its official that Radjabov will be on 2022 candidates.

  • I feel like Magnus would have easily won with this queen gambit. lol

  • #RadjaForCandidates

  • You quote Jean-Luc Picard. I see, you are a man of culture ;)

  • Thanks

  • This is why you don't play the Scandinavian against a Scandinavian

  • Great to see a Scandinavian game in here, realy instructive.

  • When you go Qa5 you MUST play an early c6...

  • At 3:05, after Qa4 and Bb5, you say that the queen is trapped, but black can play Qxc2. They'll lose the rook after the queen trade, but not the queen.

  • Can we see some games in which the Scandinavian wins?

  • This is the first time I skip antonio video

  • Oh people online are just being fashionable, I thought it was because they were *rude word*.

  • How does he say Aryan Tari so good( yes i am norwegian )

  • We want Morphy Saga

  • No - in modern chess resigning IS fashionable. MOST of the time they resign prematurely.

  • 3:10 was thinking "wait can't the queen just take the bishop?" then realized Nxc7+ wins the queen. So explaining this for anyone else as slow as me.

    • Thanks! It makes sense!

    • Thank you, I was wondering why can't he take the bishop. Now I get it.

  • Where's Agadmatarino? Videos been up 4 hours!

  • #suggestion When a player makes a Tal move, give him the Tal hair !

  • This looks like the kind of endgame i would lose with white. Not proud.