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This is a Game 3 review of the much anticipated 2013 World Chess Championship match between defending champion Viswanathan Anand of India, and the challenger 22-year-old chess prodigy Magnus Carlsen of Norway. Anand has 1 point and Carlsen has 1 point going into game 3.
35 hours ago
@MomirRadovic can you explain what that means?? sounds like you are trying to sound like you know what you are talking about!
The way they play, isn't this Death of The Royal Game?
wonderfull analysys. so helpful and full of life. greatly appreciated.
Thanks for not puting the result in the title. Now if only everyone did this...
Thanks for your analysis. Great coverage of the WCC!
Wonderful. I love watching your analysis. Would you be interested in doing more GM game analysis, ChessNetwork?
Another great analysis. Thanks
This is my spot for WCC analysis!
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