At World Blitz Championships 2022, you only get 3 minutes per game with a 2 second increment per move. In round one of the event, Magnus Carlsen arrived 2.30 minutes late to the game against GM Vladislav Kovalev (2556). This meant that Magnus was left with only 30 seconds on the clock. What happened in the game? Did Magnus manage to beat his strong opponent with such little time on the clock? Find out in the video with commentary by IM Sagar Shah.
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