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Wow, we even get a little bit of Dostoyevsky in the commentary!
The position is really hottt. I wouldn't mind playing either side here ...
ahhhh...do you believe another commercial break is coming up now?
We should have a spoof grandmaster commentary overlaid upon the commercial break. I nominate Trysts
...this is a crucial point in the game...Anand must chose carefully. Houdini likes NxN for Anand's move...we shall see.
You guys are funny
Even when you play through Houdini's first line, by move 32, the position is still very complex!
Oooh 19. N x ancient Russian art.
...this is such a crucial point in the game... and these guys chose to air Art?....aahhh...we need a new Director here.
Yes, I have to turn the volume off for these "commercial breaks". I can't concentrate on the board.
Anand has taken the pawn with his Knight...fireworks now...
Thank "Chessbomb" for "Chessbomb"...
Woo look at the position now. GM Naiditsch: "Anand finds nothing better than to play 19.Nxe4, now it seems we are reaching almost by force a draw endgame .." Drat!
He's been wrong before
He's no good? Bad guy?
I've just watched some games where Naiditsch is commentating, and he's not always correct about wins and draws.
Well all that tension is gone now. Seems like a question of whether Anand's passed pawn means anything now.
...do they really believe that anyone will stay tuned to their ads? We all switch to where the chess is...
Anand's pieces resemble a tangled knot. I'd like to see how he entangles the lot.
Can Anand hold on to the extra pawn? I am not sure he can. Yes, baring a blunder by one...the sting seems out of this one.
Was he hoping for a back rank mate?
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