Something New in the Najdorf by FM Dennis Monokroussos
Players who have followed the Najdorf Sicilian over the years might think it has been analyzed into the ground. If so, take a look at
this game: Magnus Carlsen plays 6.a3 and theory is out the window,
or very nearly so. His opponent, GM Radoslaw Wojtaszek, does a good
job of navigating the opening (especially when he correctly
sidestepped a nasty tactical trap), and from there the players
simply had to "play chess". Here Carlsen showed why he's the world champion, and outplayed his strong opponent – who has beaten him before! – and won a very nice game.