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This is game 1 from the 2012 Fide World Chess Championship match between the current champion, Viswanathan Anand (India), and challenger Boris Gelfand (Israel).
Opening: Grunfeld Defense ECO D85
A draw? A freaking draw? Let's play'em down to Kings if we want to have a draw...So typical of these rubber matches and sadly I could've played in the white or black and got same result but no one gives me a draw! I don't get it!
Great video with a clear analysis - thnx Jerry!
Thanks for the overview. Really nice stuff.
good work jerry keep it up!
Great overview of that drawn first game.
Good overview of the game.
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