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Hikaru Nakamura: “I cared too much”

Hikaru Nakamura lost the last round of the FIDE Candidates Chess Tournament 2022 finishing the event in shared third place with 7.5 points. Nakamura needed a draw against Ding Liren to clinch silver and get the chance to participate in the World Chess Championship Match since Magnus Carlsen considers to retire from it. Hikaru posted the last recap video from the FIDE Candidates 2022: “Dear YouTube, I cared too much” and said he continues with Titled Tuesday streams tomorrow. See the video below.

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Featured photo: FIDE/David Llada

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