Just to show how difficult the win was, see chess legend Garry Kasparov’s response, when asked if he would have spotted it in a game at his peak.
The computer shows Black wins with 68…Bh4 here. But had Caruana played the incredible 69. Bd5 Ne2 70.Bf3 Ng1!! they would request metal detectors immediately! No human can willingly trap his own knight like that. pic.twitter.com/ypBjXv3QCA
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) November 16, 2018
Would you have found it under those conditions and at the peak of your form?
— Alex Colovic (@GMAlexColovic) November 16, 2018
No. If given that position as a “moves and wins” study, perhaps eventually with process of elimination. But as with many long tablebase wins there’s no obvious logic to the initial sequence to help you. https://t.co/e60xl0nBan
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) November 17, 2018
Here is a quick video of the game.
Here is an analysis of the game by Grandmaster Ian Rogers. The analysis has been sourced from lichess.
Here is the press conference following Game 6.
Here is a schedule of the World Chess Championship.