The Olympiad in Tweets – Carlsen vs Naiditsch in 10 Tweets

Carlsen-Naiditsch in 10 tweets

Here is the game Magnus Carlsen (NOR) vs.  Arkadi Naiditsch (GER) at the Chess Olympiad in Tromsø 2014,  summarized in 10 tweets by 10 different tweeters:

1. @TarjeiJS: “More brilliancy from Magnus Carlsen? Sacrificing the exchange to get a strong attack vs Naiditsch. Looking good.”

2. @PlayChess.com. Germany’s 1st board in some trouble vs Magnus Carlsen.

3. @ChessNotes: “R7: Carlsen has let slip the win vs. Naiditsch”.

4. @KingTurtleMusic: “Topsy-Turvy going on in Carlsen v. Naiditsch”.

5. @Ale-Nogal: ” Magnus having a hard time on his game today with Naijditsch !”

6. @MarkTWIC: “In the minute or so it took to compose my last tweet it seems to me Carlsen has completely lost the thread and is in danger”.

7. @Portisdos: “If Carlsen loses, the Olympics will go ahead?”

8. @Jonathan_Rowson: “Gosh. Quite a turn around in Magnus’s game. As mentioned before, he’s a man, not a machine”.

9. @carokann:Carlsen should reconsider his sweet tooth. Water wins against orange juice, too sweet.”

10. @Chessvibes: Arkadij Naiditsch: “I have been as lucky as Magnus Carlsen  usually is.”

Bonus tweet :

@lajalene: “The Man of the Day, he beat the World Champion!”

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