I don't see what everyone else sees. When I play through a bunch of different moves on my board, the positions are really interesting!
Yup Anand certainly on the backfoot. But his d-pawn is doing a good job of handicapping Gelfand's bishop.
Well! What a superb, tension-filled game we have!
@chris: You are rated so high, yet you're so bored by this match? That amazes me.
Don't you think that Anand is under time pressure now?
Can we put board position of live games for discussion ?
24...Rc2 25.b3 Nc3 26. Nxc3 R8xc3 27. Bd3! Rxg2 28. Rhe1 +--
By the time I put the position up, it will change
Ya maybe a little. Where's a kit kat when you need one?
Time pressure has got to be a problem now, I would think, sekhar1.
Anand looks good now to me.
Pawn d6 is a problem for black, due to the fact white has the option of Re1 after Nd4 Rd2 Bxd3 Rxd3.
You're pretty quick with those diagrams, Chek_Mat!
Time trouble for anyone else...but Anand...he is of course the fastest player when he needs to be...
anand has untangled his pieces. i learnt something
Can Anand have breakthrough in given time ? He is better in position for sure after exchanging dangerous knight with his useless bishop.
He's sooo calm-looking about the whole thing. Very confident man.