Featured is the bullet chess game between Vladimir Kramnik and Magnus Carlsen from the Early Titled Tuesday event held on January 2nd, 2024. For some reason Kramnik didn’t move until the 1:39 mark. Carlsen, not one to begin unfairly, choose to start at 1:39 as well. In the end, it’s a fun and interesting bullet chess game with a 1-second increment between world champions. After an oddball start, we arrive in an open Sicilian where Carlsen doesn’t castle, opting instead to attack Kramnik’s kingside castled position.
Image of Magnus Carlsen courtesy of Lennart Ootes
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