Vishy Anand: My Best Games Of Chess (Gambit Chess)

Vishy Anand My Best Games Of Chess Gambit Chess In Anand challenged Kasparov for the world championship at one point leading after nine games In this lively volume chess number one challenger for the world championship explains the secrets

  • Title: Vishy Anand: My Best Games Of Chess (Gambit Chess)
  • Author: Viswanathan Anand
  • ISBN: 9781901983005
  • Page: 324
  • Format: None
  • In 1995, Anand challenged Kasparov for the world championship, at one point leading after nine games In this lively volume, chess number one challenger for the world championship explains the secrets of his finest games.

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    1. As I'm sure everyone noticed, Anand won the final game of the World Chess Championship match against Topalov last week, and retained his title. Go Vishy!The critical moment occurred at move 31. Anand had played extremely accurately as Black, and converted a slight disadvantage into noticeable pressure against White's king. His last move had been f5, attacking the centre. It was now essential for White to retreat his knight from c4 to d2, strongpointing the pawn on e4 and restraining the bishop t [...]


    2. Marvelous games (and much more interesting--and tactical!--than I thought they were going to be). Unfortunately though the notes--or annotational style, at any rate--soon became rather monotonous. A couple of items in particular show up far too frequently: "The alternatives are" and the term "unclear" (although at least at one point he does acknowledge that that is a mere cop-out). And I did get a chuckle out of: "The alternatives make for grim reading." At any rate, he seems more down-to-earth [...]


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