The Champions Chess Tour finals witnessed the exciting encounter between Arjun Erigaisi and Praggnanandhaa. Pragg won game no.1 and game no.2 was a draw. This was the 3rd encounter. Arjun was trailing 1.5-0.5 and was in need to win a game. That’s the reason why he started with 1.Nc3 and managed to beat Pragg in just 18 moves. How did this happen? Check out this game along with the analysis of IM Sagar Shah.
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