It’s said that blitz chess is all about intuition and feel. After all how much can one calculate in just 3 minutes! The 2-second increment often helps you to stay afloat and not lose on time. But the World Champion is not like us, is he?
When Magnus Carlsen puts in 1/3 of his time during a blitz game, which is a solid 60 seconds, what is it that he has thought in that time? How many variations could he calculate? In round 3 of the World Blitz 2021, the World Champion took on the Serbian GM Alesandar Indjic. Carlsen had 1 minute 35 seconds on the clock and thought for a solid 1 minute to come down to 35 seconds only! In this video, you get to see a glimpse of the genius of Magnus. The commentary of IM Sagar Shah helps you to get some ideas about what Carlsen was thinking.
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