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This is a game 4 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 1.5 points and Carlsen has 1.5 points going into game 4.
Ok! Listen up. Say what you will, anyone of you...there in Carlsen's chess wonderland. I will tell you this once and once only! If you have no idea of what's taking place in the head of the master chess puppeteer Anand, I'am not afraid to tell you. Once again, Anand has placed us under his chess spell and is amusing himself and every chess player in the world with his chess antics and "please feel sorry for me" press interviews. Don't be fooled by this...he's planning on having that last *BIG SMILE.*
chess is not dead . may be it has less followers for the moment.if e4 is played , one has to see it in the back drop of previous games openings and the results thereof.
tks fr the intrstg analysis giving insight into the strategy/tactics behind each move of the champs.
thanks for the excellent and very lucid ( especially for beginniers like me) review of the fourth game. its certainly the best i came across in chess.com
It's amazing how almost everyone is accepting this snafu with how Anand and Carlsen are playing in Chennai. Let's call the thing what it is, chess id dead and buried, this is simply shame. The audience should chase them out; instead, they aplaud at 1.e4!?!
Um Gottes willen!
What would Tal and others from those chivalry times say. They would most probably remain speechless in utmost disbilief in what they see and what we silently accept as "chess"...
At least you should read what Bronstein, one of the old guard who respected chess and the chess public, expressed in his "forgotten" interview that was translated to English for the first time on my blog.
Great video and analiysis from Jery like always...
Nice analysis Jerry; I love your videos!!
I watched this starting at night going through into the early morning and it was worth it. Nice coverage Jerry.
I have a suggestion. Is it possible for you to set up a voting system on twitch so that we can vote to see what we think the "next moves" will be, sort of like how this website does when they do the 'player x vs the world' live showings. I say this because the Twitch chat is just so chaotic especially now that you've reached 22k viewers for this game 4.
Thanks for the coverage.
My go to guy for the WCC.
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