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Levon Aronian competes against the current World Chess Champion, Viswanathan Anand, in the 4th Round of the 75th Tata Steel Chess Tournament (2013). The game is sure to not disappoint the dynamic/tactical/aggressive chess player as the wild Meran Variation of the Semi-Slav defense takes center stage. Many have already described this brief 23 move encounter as "Anand's Immortal".
nice variation at 11:50...!!! It would take me years to think that...!!!
When I looked into the moves yesterday I had lot of questions in my mind, I was wondering what's the reason behind several of those moves. But this video is excellent and answered all those questions. Series of tactical moves by Anand. I agree, f5!! is ultimate move in this game.
Good stuff as usual, thanks Jerry.
Such complex tactics in those positions! Anand may not be top 5 player but he is clearly very dangerous.
Thanks Jerry - Awesome - can't wait for the Anand vs Carlsen commentary.....
awesome as usual Jerry
excellent commentary and explanations. Really enjoyable
beautiful game, thanx for the analysis!
Fantastic game. Thanks for the video!
Woo Hoo! The greatest game I ever followed live! Spectacular! Thanks, Jerry.
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