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WCC Day 7

  • NM HowToTameADragon
  • | Nov 18, 2013
  • | 7021 views
  • | 41 comments

Hey Chess Fans,

Here's a recap of round 7 of the match between Anand and Carlsen

So far it seems as though Carlsen is just running away with the match as Anand will need to win 2 of the final 5 games without losing any just to qualify for the tiebreaker

So... What's gonna happen

Well I believe that Anand still has a legitamate chance of going to the tiebreakers if he can manage to play like round 3 where he got into a better position but failed to convert

However, If Carlsen can manage to play at the same level, then we've got ourselves a new WORLD CHAMPION!

So,,,, What do you guys think??

Anand comes back phpHdPW3A.jpeg

or Carlsen ends it once and for all phpf06Ek8.jpeg

Thanks,

HowToTameADragon

Comments


  • 12 months ago

    VedantR

    it is an interesting match

  • 12 months ago

    rahulkant13may

    28th move d4 was not a better move as it would capture either knight or queen ? suggestions please ??

  • 12 months ago

    toto1959

    The number [their rating] did not lie!!

  • 12 months ago

    Everling10

    My vote is Carlsen (also my preference)

  • 12 months ago

    bolshevikhellraiser

    Come on man! Carlen seldomly is off his game enough that someone is able to conjure up a slight advantage and then convert it into a win. When this does happen it's usually during a blitz game. Look at his statistics and games,do the math, and tell me Anand is going to play the two best games of his life in the next five games while Carlsen plays the worst games of his. It would take a miracle.

  • 12 months ago

    bolshevikhellraiser

    Carlsen will definitely become the new World Champion, because he has a fighting spirit and plays for the win. Anand on the other hand is a tired old man who has lost his passion, and plays like a drawmaster rather than a World Champion, so common sense will tell anyone with the slightest bit of logic that there will be a new champion not an old one.

  • 12 months ago

    Blackcap_cricket

    Love Carlsen at the press conference:

    "I could not really be bothered thinking today" when asked why he played so quickly and the way he did.

     

    (my bad, wrong thread, that was after game 8)

  • 12 months ago

    pt1992

    I'd like to see Anand win a game just to make it interesting.  But I think it's going to end after game 10 with a score of 6.5-3.5

  • 12 months ago

    Gld007

    Best of luck Anand...

  • 12 months ago

    nileshh

    I am really missing the feeling of WCC games!

  • 12 months ago

    sajjad1363

    I think Carlsen is going to be new world championWink

  • 12 months ago

    the_op_knight

    Anands coming back, i believe lol

  • 12 months ago

    Pawnslinger1

    @TheCosmicMoor: Do you have any proof of your wild accusations or is baseless paranoia just your natural state?

  • 12 months ago

    amirtagh

    Anand comes back

  • 12 months ago

    TheCosmicMoor

    I think magnus is overrated but he was groomed to be the world champion by those greats of chess who saw to it that this moment was to come.I have not been keepin up with all these tourneys but there are some others waiting in line who could make an argument about Carlsons World championship. Hint: this is "STAGED" "FIXED" "SCRIPT" and Anand with nothing to play for or prove has passed the torch well before the match was set up.Fide and Chess in general needs a better way of proving a champion.

  • 12 months ago

    maistor_tri4ko

    The World champion of playing for draw will be defeated be the new World champion of playing for win.

  • 12 months ago

    dpenaranda

    Anand was two times in a row as white, he totally wasted those chances. Carlsen now has increased his chances to defeat Anand.

  • 12 months ago

    zenobiaelkanah

    Magnus will win!

  • 12 months ago

    fourthfloor

    I do not know the answer to this question, but I wonder when is the last time Carlsen lost two games in a stretch of five games. Has this ever happened to him outside of his childhood?

    Since Carlsen will be happy playing for draws from now on, Anand will have to come up with two jaw-dropping, bolt-from-the-blue brilliancies in the space of a week to pull even. Which I doubt.

  • 12 months ago

    blakewalk

    8. Nf1 is far too weak for Anand at such a time. In my amateur opinion, it looks like he really gave up the ghost here... so early, too.

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