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two weeks back i played some of the anand kramnik games.(certainly it was very good)
but i could not get why anand did not move 22.Qc7(he moved Qd2 exganging the Q)
please help me out
maybe just time pressure or human error he is human after all!!!!
Bxb2! ends the back rank checkmate threat, and threatens checkmate as well. In other words Anand would have to trade Q + P for R + B,
if he was to move 22. Qc7 then 22.Bxb2, 23. Kxb2, 23. RxQ! then game would be over! hope this helps
thnx every one. i got it now
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