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This is a game 5 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 2 points and Carlsen has 2 points going into game 5.
The best game of the match. Very good video.
Just started looking at this game, so I haven't seen any other analysis, but offhand, it seems to me that black 38 ...e5 turned possibly a winning position into a losing one.
In the 11...Ne5 line, I think Finegold and Rensch suggested that Qd2 is fine. Since white is going to play b4 anyway, the potential pin really isn't a threat, and the queen continues to defend the bishop.
Today Carlsen will taste the Indian Masala
Thanks as always!
Great work! Really appreciate the effort!
Keep on keeping on!
Anand's armor got a hole 0-1
thx! great work!
Thanks Jerry. Let's hope for more excitement tomorrow!
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