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Nice video, but the same two measures of piano music that kept coming back got really annoying.
I totally agree the piano is like nightmare, where did they take it from anyway? did they just copy the resident evil sound or where do i know it from???
"Hey, how's our music budget looking?"
"We can afford licensing for about 10 seconds."
"I can work with that!"
The key segment runs between 9:13 and 9:35. Therein, Nakamura's mindset is revealed; he believes he can eventually surpass Carlsen.
I'd say that anyone who wants to beat Carlsen must be as confident as Nakamura. If you're content with just being among the top twenty GMs in the world, you'll never become the world chess champion. Good luck to Nakamura. I still like Carlsen more, but this rivalry is should be fun to watch.
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