2016 Candidates Chess Tournament - Fabiano Caruana vs Viswanathan Anand - Round 10
This is a Round 10 game from the 2016 Candidates Chess Tournament between Fabiano Caruana and Viswanthan Anand. What is at stake in this tournament besides a big purse? Well, the winner of this lengthy 14 round event will earn a ticket to challenge the current World Chess Champion Magnus Carlsen in November at the 2016 World Chess Championship match which will be held in New York, United States. Caruana, a half-point behind co-leader Anand going into this round 10 game opts for what seems to be a tournament opening favorite, namely the English, Four Knights. Caruana obtains the bishop pair and a central pawn majority, whereas Anand holds dear to an extra pawn. Caruana, for the first dozen or so moves seems to be more prepared than Anand judging by the clock times, but opening preparation is only 1 of the key ingredients to play a complete game of chess well. Will you be able to correctly answer the pop quiz posed in this video regarding what is the most important square in the middlegame position between Fabiano Caruana and Viswanathan Anand?