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Created on October 5, 2011 |
4566 Votes | 11 Comments
Ivanchuk was for me the moral winner of this tournament. He prouf that he's a great champion, by continue playing after what happend to him( and to his hife) back in São Paulo. It's very dificult to do that whem you still may had problems with sleeping!... If that incident don't ocored i'm conviced that Chukie would prevail has the deserved winner. Nevertheless he was the moral winner.
But having said that let's say that Carlsen was briliant in Bilbau. He played his strongest chess of the year in the game aggainst Ivanchuk, and of course deserved some credit for the victory.
grand slam chess masters final-round-6-7
all numbers added together is 99%,,nvm
I voted for Chuck, but I also like Aronian's style.
For rizzle Madog, Lev Has a good shot at bringing home the cup
I don't understand why Lev gets no love from the voters on these surveys? His score is fine, he is a very strong player, and he is known for being an aggressive and precise attacker which should be a boon in a 3-1-0 scoring system. Why all the faith in Carlsen and Anand but nothing for Lev with the same score?
I completely forgot that Chucky was robbed few days ago and voted for him.
He probably will be playing and thinking how big that gun was.
In such condition he unlikely would be playing like he did in the first half:(
Carlsen has White against Vallejo soon ... that already guarantess he is tied with Ivanchuk. Then I believe he will also prevail against Naka. And that's all she wrote ...
Second............ooooh! nar na nar na nar!
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