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Levon Aronian plays Boris Gelfand in Round 2 of 14 at the 2013 Candidates Chess Tournament held in London. This tournament's winner will be the challenger to Viswanathan Anand for the next World Chess Champion title.
Levon jan Du piti haxtes anpayman !!!!!!!
plz jerry next time make a video of megnus in this tourny plzzzz
Very informative. I loved the moves early on when white didn't take the knight straight away, attacking black's KB pawn instead, then black moving his knight from a square where it could be taken to another square where it could be taken. Easy with hindsight!
Carlsen and Kramrick are out then? Thats news to me. Then again I don't know a lot about these things.
or carlsen against anandh i opt for carlsen
Great Video; thanks!
Thanks for the video and analysis!
Excellent analysis. I really loved it very much. Thank you very much for putting up this video for the chess world to see. I spotted the Bh6 move after 5 minutes of analysising. Thanks again for all of your hard work. Well done :)
Thanks for the great analysis. I'm not that good, so I love to hear what it is I'm not seeing as I watch the game. I didn't understand why Bh6 was so good until you played it out for me. Thanks again.
Was it just me that thought Gelfand played badly. I thought Aronian had him on the rack from move 16. when he played his knight forward
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