Chess is unforgiving | Raunak Sadhwani vs Denis Lazavik | World Blitz 2022

You can be the best chess player the world has ever seen or maybe it’s your first time, the game does not discriminate. The game can give you enormous joy but also the pain of failure. GM Raunak Sadhwani (2657) is one of India’s brightest talents; in round seven of the World Blitz Championship 2022, he faced GM Denis Lazavik (2484). Watch the video to see what happened at the end of the game?

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24 Comments

  1. I constantly see such play on my โ€œgo to sleepโ€ account (1700 lichess and even below that sometimes). Put knight on d5 to bait knight takes which leads to pawn fork. Push g pawn whenever possible. All beginner-level hope-tactics. Then white was not able to stop a pawn storm himself, then blunders a basic knight fork. If thatโ€™s a GM play, then there are millions of GMs out there

  2. Kaise GM ban gya hai ye .. Isse acha to mai khel leta hun ๐Ÿ˜

  3. what unforgiving he was worse the entire game and got crushed

  4. Complete opening blunder!! Even GMs play like this…. Unexpected

  5. More unforgiving is the Donk didn't Fix his Pieces after getting Twatted

  6. at least stay back and rearrange the pieces it's basic courtesy

  7. Overconfidence can cloud ones brain. How about putting the pieces back as professional courtesy?

  8. black played extremly well.. no words, amazed!

  9. He played mercilesslyo but he had much courtesy to rearrange all chess pieces in order.

  10. Hm, Raunak is something new from India. Indian players are usually very classy and they would never leave the board without setting up the pieces.

  11. ุงู„ูƒูŠู…ูŠุงุก ูˆุงู„ุฌูŠูˆู„ูˆุฌูŠุง ู„ู„ุซุงู†ูˆูŠู‡ ุงู„ุนุงู…ู‡ ุนุจุฏุงู„ู„ู‡ ุฌุงุฏ says:

    alot of blunders from the white pieces player …. but at all its chess and in this game good days come after bad days GL both next matches

  12. Misleading title, white got crushed the whole game… I was expecting black to throw the game in one move blunder. Awesome victory by Lazavik

  13. The way black pressed the clock from the start, very much impressive.

  14. Denis is a strong young talent. Not a nice thing for the game when one player arranges all the pieces after the clock is stopped…

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