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Created on September 26, 2011 |
4071 Votes | 28 Comments
Amazing game from chucky today!
GO Viswanathan Anand !!!
I vote for magnus carlsen, even garry kasparov can't beat him.
Chucky is doing a great job!
one name " VISWANATHAN ANAND" . who is magnus carlsen . how he get so many votes? the result teach them a lesson.
Chucky! Don't choke.
I am with The """"Viswanathan Anand """"
Why is Carlsen listed first on the survey? The champion should be listed first or at least use alphabetical order. Respect?
Suddenly, I want to change my vote!! :)
Aronian for sure, I'd bet on him. Look at how well hes been playing.
I pick IM Rensch
One word, NAKAMURA!
And Ivanchuk is in the lead!? :O
Paco Vallejo has won a game against Carlsen!
I feel sorry for poor Francisco. He's clearly outclassed here.
I hope Ivanchuk will play his best in the Finals. I really like his style.
It's notable to note (!) that 2 of the 6 players of the Bilbao Masters 2011 were born in 1969... Chess is a young men's game (only 10% of the top 100 players are 40 or over), so this quite motivational for many older players, like me. :)
Yeah, Aronian's chances to win this are definitely better then 7%. And Vallejo's chanes worse then 2%. You can not take people who voted for Vallejo seriously.
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