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Created on February 11, 2014 |
3792 Votes | 53 Comments
umm hello? current standings are
go Veselin Topalov
Eul--finally someone who agrees with me--I"m not saying Karj will win-but don't count him out. H'e can take it if he's been studying his ass off. He' know this is his chance so he probobly is studying
i think that kram will win
Caruana would win if Anand would just drop out, since it's obvious he is no longer a serious player. However, since that probably won't happen, Karjakin will win instead.
Aronian will win, especially when he's at least 40 points ahead of everyone that isn't the world champion, which i find a big deal at the top. This is the perfect time for Aronian vs. Carlsen. Aronian is catching up to Carlsen and is playing the best chess of his life.
don't discount Karjakin out of hand!!!! He is second to Aronian in talent
I don't know who will be the challenger but I know who will be the Champion.
no you didn't
Please be relevant, helpful & nice:)
ANAND will come again u will see that
Go Armenia! Go Levon!
We need another Armenian World Chess Champ!
Don't want to belittle others but I think Aronian has the best chance to win and the best chance against Carlsen.
If Aronian goes to play against Carlsen we can dub it as Man vs Machine match since Carlsen is a machine. I think that would be a very interesting match.
Definitely will be rooting for Levon. Aronian is the Man!
ArthurSakyanCaruana and Nakamura did not qualify,they lost the tournamnents. End of story.
I am rooting for Aronian, Kramnik being my second choice. Still, I can't help but wonder why there's no Naka and Caruana. The way FIDE selects candidates seems kinda shady to me - and that's not surprising, considering who's running that organization. The whole thing looks more like a joke.
Hopefully Aronian. I don't think he will be able to beat Carlsen but the match would be extremely interesting. So, Go Aronian!
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