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Dvorkovich: experience helped Carlsen snatch victory from Nepomniachtchi in game six


KAZAN, December 4, Vadim Kuznetsov. Experience of the world chess champion Norwegian Magnus Carlsen could have helped him snatch a victory in the sixth game of the title match from Russian Ian Nepomniachtchi, said FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich. Nepomniachtchi played with black pieces on Friday and lost on move 136. Chess players have broken the record for the world crown in the number of moves made. The previous achievement (124) was established in the duel Anatoly Karpov – Viktor Korchnoi, held in 1978 in Baguio. The sixth game lasted 7 hours and 45 minutes. Five previous meetings ended in a draw, Carlsen took the lead – 3.5: 2.5. “In the sixth game, Carlsen's advantage in experience could have affected. But Magnus felt ready for this, and he succeeded. This does not mean that Jan does not have his trump cards. He could create big problems for the world champion, “- said Dvorkovich.” On the one hand, we, as organizers , pleases the first productive game. It turned out to be a record-breaking length and aroused tremendous interest all over the world. There was a swing in the whole game, when one or the other chess player made small mistakes. The game could have ended in any outcome, but the last mistake was made by Yang and could not keep the balance “, – said the head of FIDE.

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