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Very good reading! Anand's comments are measured, praising everyone! He is truly an ambassador of chess.
Intha adakam kalantha thunichale aanandhin vettri ragasiyam :) :)
''I am not going to bother who is going to help who''- this is really a quote i would like remember by sir. And thanks for posting, and i wish India host it.
Today it was a coincidence. But generally print and other media give very little coverage to chess events. Mostly they cover only WCs and a front page interview of Anand after he wins it. :-)
Equally intersting is the fact that an India's newspaper features TWO ! (2) articles on chess in a single issue...
Chess is truly popular in India !
Thanks to Anand, I guess...
it's a very tough competition for anand.
I have completely no confidence to Carlsen and don't want to speak about him. Sorry, Bala.
Interesting article, thanks for posting it. Personally I find the entire concept of selecting Anand's challenger based on tie-break pts totally underwhelming, but then again so is a 14 rd candidates tnmt and a much too short title match to follow.
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