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This is a game 7 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 4 points going into game 7.
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Thank you for making these videos. It improved my chess a lot!!!!!
the reason d4 cannot be played on move 28 is because Carlsen could respond with Qe4, forcing an exchange of queens and then, after the exchanging the queens with ... Ne4, Carlsen would be slightly better. in the endgame.
Love your videos! They have been my sole source of commentary/analysis outside the live FIDE commentary team.
it sure is nice to wake up in the morning and get a good game report here first...Good Job ! chessnetwork...
great video,thanks jerry!!
Thanks again, Jerry, for explaining things so succinctly.
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