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Viswanathan Anand vs Vladimir Kramnik
Villarrobledo op (1998), rd 7, Aug-23
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack. Fianchetto Variation (B31)  ·  1-0
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Dec-15-04  ajit: I am surprised nobody commented on this game before. One thing thats just struck me.... Vishy and his KNIGHTS!!Great manouveres and Kramnik sacking his queen..Have seen that happen before haven't we?
May-19-05  sheaf: this is again a great attacking chess by anand, he managed to pierce kramniks defense which doesnt happen everyday
Oct-06-13  visayanbraindoctor: http://old.chess.gr/tourn/1998/Vill...

Villarrobledo Rapidplay Tournament, Villarrobledo ESP (ESP), VIII 1998

1 Anand, Viswanathan g IND 2795 8.0 52.5 57.00

2 Moreno, Javier ARG 2430 7.5 45.0 48.00

3 Chernin, Alexander g HUN 2610 7.0 51.5 54.50

4 Korneev, Oleg g RUS 2600 7.0 51.0 56.00

5 Kramnik, Vladimir g RUS 2780 7.0 50.5 54.50

6 Ljubojevic, Ljubomir g YUG 2550 7.0 50.5 54.00

7 Campora, Daniel H g ARG 2540 7.0 48.5 53.00

8 Smirin, Ilia g ISR 2615 7.0 48.0 52.50

9 Zlotnik, Boris A m RUS 2405 7.0 43.0 45.50

10 Reyes, Juan m PER 2435 6.5 50.0 54.50

11 Van Wely, Loek g NED 2635 6.5 50.0 54.00

12 Urday, Henry g PER 2475 6.5 47.5 51.50

13 Salov, Valery g RUS 2670 6.5 47.5 51.50

14 Kolev, Atanas g BUL 2550 6.5 47.5 47.50

15 Arizmendi Martinez, Julen Luis m ESP 2440 6.5 47.0 50.50

16 Illescas Cordoba, Miguel g ESP 2605 6.5 46.0 49.50

17 Izeta Txabarri, Felix g ESP 2445 6.5 43.0 46.00

18 Fernandez Garcia, Jose Luis g ESP 2450 6.5 39.5 39.50

19 Lalic, Bogdan g CRO 2560 6.0 50.5 51.50

20 Andersson, Ulf g SWE 2645 6.0 48.5 51.50

21 Cifuentes Parada, Roberto g NED 2505 6.0 47.5 47.50

22 Vasquez, Rodrigo m CHI 2445 6.0 47.0 51.00

23 Buenafe, Javier ESP 2220 6.0 46.0 50.50

24 Herraiz Lopez, Herminio ESP 2405 6.0 44.5 47.50

25 Merino Garcia, Rafael ESP 2275 6.0 43.5 46.50

26 Martinez Lizarraga, Miguel Angel ESP 2070 6.0 41.5 44.50

27 Ibanez Aullana, Jose Ramon ESP 2235 6.0 41.5 43.00

28 Cenal Gutierrez, Ruben ESP 2250 6.0 41.5 42.50

29 Lopez, Joaquin ESP ---- 6.0 41.0 43.00

30 Sanjuan Garcia, Miguel ESP 2175 6.0 40.0 44.00

31 Estremera Panos, Sergio m ESP 2405 6.0 39.5 42.50

32 Moreno, Bartolome ESP 2275 6.0 38.5 41.00

33 Garcia Menchon, Jose ESP ---- 6.0 37.0 38.00

34 Crespo, Raimundo Francisco ESP 2185 6.0 36.5 40.00

35 Serna, Sergio ESP ---- 6.0 36.0 37.00

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