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Inspired by the superhit show coffee with Karan this one is named – Coffee with Karna (कर्ण).

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Coffee With -Karna-

Aayush Tiwari –

The way Karn knew the artistry of penetrating through the shool mukhi vhiew we beleive that the entire art of war by Sun Tzu can be explained on the board of chess sipping coffee. And hence in order to do so today we deploy the warfare skills of this super mythological hero from Mahabharat – karn.

Ved Vyas has written a lot about Karn, but unanimously it was Rashtrakavi Ramdhari Singh Dinkar who gave him the real honor he deserved via his masterstroke – Rashmirathi.

खिलते नहीं कुसुम मात्र
राजाओं के उपवन में
अमित वार लिखते है
पुर से दूर कुंज कानन में

निज समाधी में निरत
सदा कर्मठता में चूर
वन्य कुसुम सा खिला कर्ण
जग की आँखों से दूर

I played like Karn and the commentators did their usual job of typical chess commentary as follows.

Hello and welcome to the live commentary of this exciting chess match between Adv Aayush Tiwari of India playing with the black pieces and BahaKen from an unknown country playing with the white pieces. This match is taking place on Chess.com and it’s the 9th of February, 2024.

The players have just started the game with white playing the opening move e4, a common and aggressive opening move. Black responds with e5, also a common opening move, and both players seem to be following traditional opening strategies.

White then plays g3, a move that can lead to a quieter and more positional game. Black responds with Nc6, developing a knight and controlling the center. White then plays Bg2, developing the bishop and preparing to castle. Black continues with Nf6, also developing a knight and putting pressure on the e4 pawn.

White then plays h3, perhaps trying to prevent any potential pin on the g4 square. Black responds with Bc5, developing the bishop and putting pressure on the d4 pawn. Both players seem to be following sound opening principles.

White then plays d3, solidifying the center. Black responds with Nb4, perhaps trying to attack the c2 pawn. White then plays Nf3, defending the pawn and also developing a knight. Black then plays d6, a move to defend the e5 pawn and also prepare for castling.

White then castles, bringing the king to safety. Black responds with Be6, developing the bishop and connecting the rooks. White then plays a4, perhaps trying to create some space for the rook on the a-file. Black responds with Qd7, perhaps preparing for an attack on the king’s side.

White then plays Kh2, perhaps trying to prevent any potential back rank checkmate. Black responds with h5, attacking the pawn structure on the king’s side. White then plays b4, perhaps trying to create a counterattack on the queen’s side. Black responds with Ng4+, sacrificing the knight for a strong attack.

White captures the knight with hxg4, and black responds with h4, opening up the h-file and putting pressure on white’s king. White then plays Nh4, perhaps trying to block the h-file and defend the king. Black then plays g5, further opening up the h-file and putting pressure on the king.

White captures the pawn with gxh4, and black responds with Rxh4, bringing another piece into the attack. White then plays Kg1, trying to escape the attack. Black then plays g3, sacrificing the bishop for a strong attack. White captures the bishop with fxg3, and black responds with Rxh1, bringing the rook into the attack.

White then plays Kf2, trying to escape the attack and bring the king to safety. Black then plays O-O-O, castling on the opposite side of the board and bringing the king closer to the action. White then plays cxd6, perhaps trying to create some counterplay on the queen’s side.

Black responds with Qxd6, bringing the queen into the attack and putting pressure on the f2 pawn. White then plays Rh8, perhaps trying to defend the pawn and create some counterplay on the h-file. Black then plays Bf5, attacking the rook and preparing to double rooks on the h-file.

White then plays Ke2, trying to escape the attack and bring the king to safety. Black then plays Bxf2, sacrificing the bishop for a strong attack. White captures the bishop with Bxf2, and black responds with Qxg3, bringing the queen into the attack and threatening checkmate.

White then plays Kd2, trying to escape the attack, but black continues with Qf3+, forcing the king to move back to the first rank. Black then plays Qh1+, forcing the king to move to the back rank. White then plays Kc2, trying to escape the attack, but black continues with Qxh1, winning a rook.

White then plays Kc3, trying to defend the remaining pieces, but black continues with Qxe4, attacking the knight and also threatening checkmate. White then plays Nd2, trying to defend the knight, but black continues with Qb1+, forcing the king to move to the back rank.

White then plays Kd2, trying to escape the attack, but black continues with Qb2+, forcing the king to move to the back rank again. White then plays Kc1, trying to escape the attack and defend the remaining pieces, but black continues with Qxe1+, winning another rook.

White then plays Kd2, trying to defend the remaining pieces, but black continues with Qxe4, attacking the knight and also threatening checkmate. White then plays Nd2, trying to defend the knight, but black responds with Qb1+, forcing the king to move to the back rank.

White then plays Kd1, trying to escape the attack, but black continues with Qxe1+, winning the knight and leaving white with only a king and a few pawns. White then resigns, acknowledging black’s strong attack and the inevitable checkmate that will follow.

And there you have it, a thrilling game between Adv Aayush Tiwari of India and BahaKen. Aayush played a strong and aggressive game, sacrificing pieces for a strong attack and ultimately leading to a victory by resignation. Thank you for joining us for this live commentary, and we hope to see you again for more exciting chess matches in the future.

जिसके पिता सूर्य थे
माता कुंती सती कुमारी
उसका पलना हुई धार पर
बहती हुई पिटारी l

सूत वंश में पला
चखा भी नहीं
जननी का छीर
निकला कर्ण सभी युवकों में
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