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|Mar-07-04|| ||Benjamin Lau: Lol, too funny. Not exactly Anand's best game. |
|Mar-08-04|| ||vishyanand: lol. i think Rg3 was a slip |
|Aug-13-04|| ||kevin86: a blunder of blunders!!!!!
|Aug-13-04|| ||azaris: Ah, turns out this wasn't a novelty of Short's after all. |
|Jan-17-05|| ||who: Was this game played blindfolded? |
|Jun-28-05|| ||Gowe: I think 59.Kf4 it's better.|
|Jun-28-05|| ||who: I assume you mean 59...Kf4 because 59.Kf4 would actually be worse than the move Anand made.|
|Jul-04-05|| ||Gowe: No, i mean 59.Kf4, so 59...Kxf4 and without white's king the match looks drawish. Some ideas?|
|Sep-05-05|| ||THE pawn: and this game is one of Piket's most notable games???? ...wow, I'm missing something.|
|Sep-05-05|| ||chessgames.com: Yes you are--you are missing the explanation "What is this?" next to the notable games feature: ChessGames.com Help|
|Sep-05-05|| ||Norman Glaides: Unlucky.|
|Sep-05-05|| ||aw1988: "Monaco" and blunders usually mean blindfold, although there is also a rapid section.|
|Sep-05-05|| ||dac1990: Wow, this almost tops the disaster that was Short vs Krasenkow, 2004.|
|Sep-05-05|| ||aw1988: I don't think anything could top that...|
|Sep-06-05|| ||THE pawn: <chessgames> Well, I still do not see why it's a notable game. He won because of someone else's blunder. And the game is only in two game collections.|
|Sep-23-05|| ||mego: ohhhhh ... what a blunder !!!!!!!|
|Oct-11-05|| ||Averageguy: In the rook endgame when Anand was two pawns up I was beggining to think how the hell can white have won this!?(I had looked at the little result thing under the date of game). And now I know!!|
|Feb-08-06|| ||McCool: 59 ...Rg3???? WOW
|Dec-22-06|| ||Tacticstudent: what? i just can't seem to believe it. how anand could've played 49- ... Rg3??? it's almost impossible that a elite player like anand just've made such a blunder!|
|Jan-05-07|| ||Total Blunder: <Tacticstudent: what? i just can't seem to believe it. (...) it's almost impossible that a elite player like anand just've made such a blunder!>|
Well... and he wasn`t matching for the humankind title...
THAT is what makes we different from CPUs (to blunder).
And that is why I think what is really human isn`t the "skill" to predict the best move, but to FEEL it.
Anand just felt the wrong one.
|Jan-27-07|| ||beatles fan: Give the guy a break. When you play as many games as he has, you are bound to slip up sometimes. Haven't you dropped a piece? I sure have|
|Jan-27-07|| ||nimzo knight: Ha ha ..... funny. Anand was definitely playing blindfolded. Or Piket knows a dirty secret about him ;).|
|Dec-09-07|| ||Tacticstudent: <Total Blunder> You are talking about intuition, and generally (99,9%) Super GMs' intuition don't tell them to put the Rook in a square it can be taken by the king but on an active and danger-free square (blunders) . Anand did not 'feel' the wrong one, he simply made a terrible blunder.|
And, yes, it's a great advantage that programs like Fritz and Rybka have upon mankind, because even in a 0,05 second/move game they won't play moves like this.
|Dec-09-07|| ||anandrulez: Anand is not the best blindfold player around , he sometimes makes silly errors which can rarely be seen by players like Kramnik and Moro in blindfold chess. Same about Topalov he is also shaky blindfold player . Some people just have tremendous concentration .|
|Oct-16-08|| ||gazzawhite: But Anand should have known exactly where the white king was, because White's last move was a king move.|
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