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Hello chess friends! It’s been nearly two weeks since my latest post and today, I wanted to share with you a valuable lesson on the 5th game of the World Championship match between World number 1 rated player GM Magnus Carlsen and the reigning World Champion Viswanathan Anand. It was a challenging and quite dramatic game worth analyzing in a lecture. Enjoy!
If you want to follow the analysis attentively you should maximize the broadcast window: Click on the YouTube icon or "Full screen" on the bottom right.
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A big thanks.
Great analysis - very instructive - thanks TL !
Yes, a very good game! Always enjoy your video analysis. Thanks for sharing. :)
Good analysis as always. Yes, I'm hoping to more games with such results and more such analyses from you!
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