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Magnus Carlsen vs Viswanathan Anand
Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013), Chennai IND, rd 3, Nov-12
King's Indian Attack: Double Fianchetto (A07)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Nov-18-13  kappertjes: <perfidious> I clearly misread your post entirely. Apologies!
Nov-18-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <kappertjes>: Accepted!
Dec-19-13  Everyone: expected <29 ...Bxb2>, when White's compensation following <30 Rae1 Rb6> appeared vague.
Jan-02-14  checkmateyourmove: <csmath>
"What amazes me even more is how correct these two guys are right when it is happening despite the hordes of analyses afterwards in which various commentators are searching for something they cannot find."

Well said my friend, that reminds me of the feeling i have watching GM's playing blitz too.

Jan-02-14  checkmateyourmove: Magnus said after game 1, he had to pull his E brake. Game three looks like he is still getting use to his new Ferrari. :)
Mar-12-14  yureesystem: Anand completely outplay Magnus, Vishy opening incredible, a reverse Dragon. If Anand won this game, I believe he would won the match. This is the game that might have discourage Vishy and the beginning of his downfall.
Mar-12-14  Petrosianic: You know, if you massage the facts hard enough, it's actually possible to conclude that Janowski was better than Lasker. You're not quite ready for that one yet, but give it time...
Mar-12-14  Jim Bartle: <yureesystem: Anand completely outplay Magnus, Vishy opening incredible, a reverse Dragon. If Anand won this game, I believe he would won the match. This is the game that might have discourage Vishy and the beginning of his downfall.>

I forget. How many games did Anand win in the match? (I have always liked Anand, how can you not, but results are results.)

Mar-12-14  Petrosianic: Not so Fun Fact: Carlsen is the ONLY player in history to score 65% against a defending champion. Far from being a squeaker, this was one of the more decisive changings of the guard.
Apr-09-14  joddon: tough tough game....threw off anands confidence to see that he was up against such a fighting chess machine....these two are like kasparov vs karpov in the 80s. both breathtaking move makers who wont give one another even the smallest chance to win......
Jul-03-18  Caissa04: Anand has a convertible advantage after 25.Qh1
Jul-03-18
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  ChessHigherCat: <Caissa04: Anand has a convertible advantage after 25.Qh1>

Yes, one has a much more advantageous view of the board in a convertible.

Jan-28-19  Everett: Itís one of those funny things. If Karpov had the Black pieces on move 25, chances are he wins. But maybe he doesnít get that position in the first place.
Mar-17-19  cormier: <<<<Nov-12-13 mrbasso: <SirRuthless> Anand had to find this OTB with little time on the clock and evaluate the resulting endgame as winning for black: 29... Bxb2 30. Rae1 Rb6 31. Bd5 Bd4 32. Rxe6 fxe6 33. Rxe6 Qf8 34. Qg2 Rdd6 35.Kh2 Rxe6 36. Nxe6+ Rxe6 37. Bxe6 Bxf2 38. Qb7+ (38. Bb3 Be1 39. Qe4 Qf2+ 40.Kh1 Bc3 41. Qe7+ Kh6 42. Bg8 Qe1+ 43. Qxe1 Bxe1 44. Kg2 Kg7) 38... Kh6 39. Qf7 Qxf7 40. Bxf7

Now tell me again 28.e3 was a blunder!

Whites position was difficult (maybe not lost) in any case, btw.>

Nov-12-13 blackdranzer: mtbasso...your line is a draw i think.. but if black deviates at move 37 and plays instead 37...Qxf2 forcing 38.Qxf2 Bxf2 39.kg2 Be1! 40.kf3 kf6 41.Bd5 Ke5

sf evaluates this as close to winning for black...here the key move is Be1..now white king is tied to the defense of g3 pawn..>

Nov-12-13 SirRuthless: The winning continuation as per houdini 3.

29. Rxe3 Bxb2 30. Rae1 Rb6 31. Bd5 Bd4 32. Rxe6 fxe6 33. Rxe6 Qf8 34. Qg2 Rdd6 35. Kh2 Rxe6 36. Nxe6+ Rxe6 <37. Bxe6 Qxf2 38. Qxf2 Bxf2 39. Kg2 Be1> 40. Kf3 Kf6 41. Bd5 Ke5 42. Be4 Kd4 43. Ke2 Bxg3 44. Kd2 Bxh4 <45.Bxg6 Bg5+ 46. Kc2 h4>>

Nov-13-13 mrbasso: <29. Rxe3 Bxb2 30. Rae1 Rb6 31. Bd5 Bd4 32. Rxe6 fxe6 33. Rxe6 Qf8 34. Qg2 Rdd6 35. Kh2 Rxe6 36. Nxe6+ Rxe6 37. Bxe6 Qxf2 38. Qxf2 Bxf2 39. Kg2 Be1>

This is not a winning continuation. (me ??)
40.Bd7 b4 41.Ba4 Kf6 42.d4! cxd4 (c4 43.Bb5 c3 44.Ba4) 43.Bc2>

Mar-17-19  cormier: 43...g5 44.hxg5 Kxg5 46.Kf3 Kf6:*


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Analysis by Komodo 9 d 31

1. - + (-1.80): 47.Ke4* Bxg3 48.Kxd4 h4 49.Ke4 Be5 50.Bd1 Kd6 51.Kf3 Kc5 52.Kg4 Bf6 53.Bb3 Kd4 54.Be6 Ke3 55.Bb3 Kf2 56.Bf7 Bd8 57.Bd5 Ke2 58.Bb3 Be7 59.Bc2 Kf2 60.Bb3 Ke3 61.Bd5 Kd2 62.Bb3 Kd3 63.Bd5

2. - + (-2.33): 47.Bb3+ Kd6 48.Bf7 Kc5 49.Kf3 Bxg3 50.Bxh5 Kc4 51.Bf7+ Kc3 52.Ke2 Bf4 53.Kd1 Be3 54.Bg6 Bh6 55.Ke2 Bf4 56.Kd1 b3 57.Bf7 Bh6 58.Be6 d3 59.Bf7 b2 60.Ba2 Bg7 61.Bb1 Bd4 62.Ba2 Be5 63.Bb1 Bg7 64.Ba2 Bd4 65.Bb1 Be5 66.Ba2

3. - + (-2.33): 47.Kg5 Kd5 48.Bd3 Bxg3 49.Kxh5 b3 50.Kg4 Be5 51.Kf3 Kc5 52.Ke2 Bg7 53.Bf5 Kc4 54.Kd2 Bh6+ 55.Kd1 d3 56.Be6+ Kc3 57.Bf7 Be3 58.Bd5 Bd4 59.Bf7 Be5 60.Bd5 Bf4 61.Be6 Bg3 62.Bd5 Be5 63.Be6 b2 64.Ba2 Bf4 65.Bb1

Mar-17-19  cormier: 47.Ke4* Bxg3 48.Kxd4 h4 49.Ke4 Be5 50.Bb3+:*


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Analysis by Komodo 9 d 46

1. - + (-1.70): 50...Kd6 51.Ke3 h3 52.Kf2 Bf4 53.Kg1 Ke5 54.Kf2 Kf6 55.Bd5 Bc7 56.Bb3 Bd6 57.Kf3 Kf5 58.Bc2+ Ke6 59.Bb3+ Ke7 60.Ba2 Bb8 61.Bb3 Kf6 62.Ba2 Be5 63.Bd5 Bc7 64.Bb3 Kf5 65.Bc4 Bb8 66.Bb3 Bf4 67.Bc2+ Ke6 68.Bb3+ Kf6 69.Bd5 Kf5 70.Be4+ Ke5 71.Bc2 Kf6 72.Bb3 Bd6 73.Bc4 Kf5 74.Bb3 Be5 75.Bd5 Kf6 76.Kf2 Bb8 77.Bb3 Kg5 78.Kf3 h2

2. - + (-1.70): 50...Kf6 51.Bd5 h3 52.Kf3 Ke7 53.Kf2 Kd6 54.Bf7 Bf4 55.Ba2 Ke5 56.Bb3 Kf6 57.Bd5 Bc7 58.Bb3 Bd6 59.Kf3 Kf5 60.Bc2+ Kg5 61.Bb3 Kf6 62.Bc2 Bc7 63.Bb3 Kf5 64.Bc2+ Kg5 65.Bb3 Kh4 66.Bd5 Bd6 67.Bb3 Be5 68.Be6 Bd4 69.Bb3 Bc3 70.Bd5 Bg7 71.Bb3 Bd4 72.Bc2 Be5 73.Bb3 Bg7 74.Be6 Bb2

Mar-17-19  cormier: 50...Kf6 51.Kf3 h3:*


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Analysis by Komodo 9 d 50

1. - + (-1.68): 52.Bd5 Kf5 53.Bb3 Bc7 54.Bc2+ Kg5 55.Bb3 Kf6 56.Ba4 Bd6 57.Bb3 Kg5 58.Bd1 Kh4 59.Bb3 Be5 60.Be6 Bg7 61.Bc4 h2 62.Kg2 Be5 63.Kh1 Bb8 64.Bf7 Kg3 65.Bd5 Kf2 66.Bb3 Bf4 67.Be6 Ke3 68.Bb3 Ke4 69.Bc4 Kf3 70.Bf7 Kg4 71.Be6+ Kg5 72.Bf7 Kf5 73.Bg8 Bg3 74.Bc4 Kf4 75.Bf7 Ke4 76.Bc4 Be5 77.Bf7 Kf5 78.Bc4 Bg3 79.Bb3 Ke5

2. - + (-1.69): 52.Ba4 Kg5 53.Bb3 Kf5 54.Bc2+ Ke6 55.Bb3+ Kd6 56.Ba4 Ke7 57.Bb3 Bc7 58.Bc2 Bd6 59.Bb3 Kf6 60.Ba4 Kg5 61.Bc2 Kh4 62.Bb3 Bc5 63.Bc4 Bg1 64.Bd5 Bb6 65.Be6 Bc7 66.Bc4 Be5 67.Bd5 Bd4 68.Bc4 Bg7 69.Bd5 Bf6 70.Bc4 Bd4 71.Bd5 Ba7 72.Bc4 Bb8 73.Bd5 Be5 74.Be6 Bc3 75.Bb3 Bb2 76.Bc4 Bf6 77.Bd5 h2 78.Kg2

drawish

Mar-18-19  cormier: <<i made a mistake in the last 3 diagrams,> the white King should be at f3> .....
Mar-18-19  cormier: so corrections; 43...g5 44.hxg5 Kxg5 46.Kf3 Kf6:*


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Analysis by Houdini 4
47.Kf4 Ke6 48.Kg5 Kd5 49.Bd3 Bxg3 50.Kxh5 b3 51.Kg4 - + (-1.69) Depth: 29 dpa


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Analysis by Houdini 4

51...Be5 52.Kf3 Kc5 53.Ke2 Kb4 54.Kd2 Bf4+ 55.Kd1 Kc3 - + (-1.80) Depth: 35 dpa


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Analysis by Houdini 4
56.Be4 d3 57.Bd5 Bg5 58.Bg8 b2 59.Ba2 Be7 60.Bb1 Bc5 61.Ba2 Ba7 62.Bb1 Bg1 63.Ba2 Bb6 64.Bb1 Bc7 65.Ba2 Bb8 66.Bb1 Bd6 67.Ba2 Bc5 68.Bb1 Be3 69.Ke1 Bg5 70.Kd1 Bd8 71.Ba2 Ba5 72.Bb1 Bb6 73.Ba2 Bd4 74.Bb1 Be5 75.Ke1 Bf6 76.Kd1 Be7 77.Ke1 Bd8 78.Kd1 Bf6 79.Ba2 Be5 80.Bb1 Bb8 81.Ba2 Bd6 82.Bb1 Bh2 83.Ba2 Bd6 84.Bb1 - + (-1.80) Depth: 39

complete draw .....

Jun-11-19  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini 4 <d 26 dpa only

1. = / + (-0.46): 34...Rf8> 35.Kh2 Bxf2 36.Rxd3 Rbc8 37.Kh3 Rc4 38.Rf3 Rxe4 39.Rd7+ Kh6 40.Qc1+ Be3 41.Rxe3 Rxh4+ 42.Kg2 Rc4 43.Rc3+ g5 44.Qc2 Rf5 45.Qe2 Qf8 46.Rxc4 bxc4 47.Qxe6+ Rf6 48.Qxc4 Qa8+ 49.Qd5 Qa1 50.Qd3 Qxb2+ 51.Kh1 Qc1+ 52.Kg2 Qc6+ 53.Kg1 Qc5+ 54.Kh1 Qf5 55.Qxf5 Rxf5 56.Rd6+ Kg7 57.g4 hxg4 58.Kg2 Rf6 59.Rd4 Rf4 60.Rd6 Ra4 61.Kg3 Rb4 62.Rc6 Re4 63.Rb6 Rc4

2. = / + (-0.30): 34...Bxb2 35.Rxd3 Rxd3 36.Bxd3 Qg4 37.Rd2 Bd4 38.Kh2 Be5 39.Qc6 Qxh4+ 40.Kg2 Qd8 41.f4 Ba1 42.Rd1 Bf6 43.Be2 Rb6 44.Qc5 Qa8+ 45.Bf3 Qa2+ 46.Kh3 Qa7 47.Bc6 Rb7 48.Qxa7 Rxa7 49.Bxb5 e5 50.fxe5 Bxe5 51.Rd7+ Rxd7 52.Bxd7 g5 53.g4 h4 54.Be6 Kf6 55.Bd7 Bg3 56.Bc8 Ke5 57.Bd7 Be1 58.Bc8

3. = (-0.19): 34...Rd6 35.Kh2 Rbd8 36.Rxd3 Bxf2 37.Rxd6 Rxd6 38.Rxd6 Qxd6 39.Qf3 Bc5 40.Qc3+ e5 41.Qd3 Qxd3 42.Bxd3 b4 43.Kg2 Bd4 44.b3 Bc3 45.Kf3 Kf6 46.Bb1 g5 47.hxg5+ Kxg5 48.Bd3 Bd4 49.Bc4 Bc3 50.Ke4

Jun-12-19  cormier: Nov-12-13 mrbasso: <SirRuthless> Anand had to find this OTB with little time on the clock and evaluate the resulting endgame as winning for black: 29... Bxb2 30. Rae1 Rb6 31. Bd5 Bd4 32. Rxe6: *fxe6* 33. Rxe6 Qf8 34. Qg2 Rdd6.


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Analysis by Komodo 9 *d 38

1. - / + (-0.79): 32...fxe6* 33.Rxe6* Qf8 34. Qg2 Rdd6:*

2. + / - (0.94): 32...Rxe6 33.Bxe6 Rd6 34.Qe4 Qf6 35.Re2 Rxe6 36.Nxe6+ fxe6 37.Kg2 b4 38.Qxe6 Qxe6 39.Rxe6 b3 40.Rb6 b2 41.Kf3 Bc3 42.Rb3 Kf6 43.Ke4 Kf7 44.f3 Kf6 45.g4 g5 46.hxg5+ Kxg5 47.gxh5 Kxh5 48.Kf5 Bd4 49.Rb7 Kh4 50.Kf4 Kh5 51.Ke4 Bc3 52.Kf5 Kh4 53.Rb3 Kg3 54.Ke4 Kh4 55.f4 Kg3 56.d4 cxd4 57.f5


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Analysis by Komodo 9
35.Rxd6 Qxd6 36.Ne6+ Kh6 37.Nxd4 cxd4 38.Qe4*
- / + (-0.82) Depth: 32


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Analysis by Komodo 9 *d 33

1. - / + (-0.80): 36...Kh6 37.Nxd4 cxd4 38.Qe4* Kh7 39.Qxd4 b4 53.Qa2

2. - / + (-0.80): 36...Kh8 37.Nxd4 cxd4 38.Qe4 Kh7 39.Qxd4 b4


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Analysis by Komodo 9 *d 33

1. - / + (-0.80): 38...Qf6* 39.Qe1 Qd8* 40.Qe5 Rf6* 41.Qg5+ Kg7

2. - / + (-0.80): 38...Rb8 39.Qxd4 Re8 40.Kg2 b4 41.Qc4 Rd8 42.Be4 Rf8 43.Bd5 Qb6 44.Qa2 Qc5 45.Bc4 Qc6+ 46.Bd5 Qb6 47.Qd2+ Kh7 48.Qe1 Qc5 49.Bb3 Rf5 50.Qe2 Qe5 51.Qa2 Qe7 52.Bc4 Rf8 53.Kg1 Kh6 54.Qd2+ Kg7 55.Qb2+ Qf6 56.Qd2 Qa1+ 57.Kg2 Qa8+ 58.Kg1


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*39.Qe1 Qd8 40.Qe5 Rf6* 41.Qxd4 Qb6* 42.Qb2
- / + (-0.88) Depth: 38


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*40...Rf6* 41.Qg5+ Kg7 42.Qe5 Qd6 43.Qxd4 Qb6
- / + (-0.89) Depth: 33


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*41.Qxd4 Qb6 42.Qb2* Kg7
- / + (-0.89) Depth: 38


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*42...Kh7* 43.Kg2 Rf8
- / + (-0.90) Depth: 35


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*43.Qa2 Qd4 44.Kg2 Rf8 45.Be6* Qa4 46.Qb2
- / + (-0.89) Depth: 35


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*44.Kg2 Rf8 45.Be6* Re8
- / + (-0.88) Depth: 34


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Analysis by Komodo 9
*45.Be6* Qa4 46.Qb2 Qa7
- / + (-0.88) Depth: 35

Jun-13-19  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini 4

<45.Be4> b4 46.f4 Rf6 47.Qa8 Kg7 48.Kf3 Qb6 49.Qe8 Rf8 50.Qe5+ Qf6 51.Qd5 Rf7 52.Qa2 Re7 53.Qb1 Qd4 54.Qa2 Rc7 55.Qe6 Qf6 56.Qd5 Re7 57.Qa2 Qb6 58.Qb2+ Kg8 59.Qb3+ Kh7 60.Kg2 Qd4 61.Qa2 Kg7 62.Kf3 Rc7 - / + (-1.02) Depth: 30 dpa done

Jun-13-19  cormier: <if 45. Be6:>


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Analysis by Houdini 4 d 28 dpa done

1. - / + (-0.96): 45...Qa4 46.Qb2 Qa8+ 47.Kg1 Qb7 48.Qb3 Qa7 49.Qb2 Qc5 50.Qa2 Rd8 51.Bb3 Qe5 52.Qa7+ Kh6 53.Qf7 Qd6 54.Qf3 Qe7 55.Kg2 b4 56.Qf4+ Kh7 57.Qc4 Kg7 58.Qa6 Kh6 59.Qb5 Rf8 60.Qb6 Qe2 61.Qc5 Qf3+ 62.Kg1 Rf5 63.Qd4

2. - / + (-0.95): 45...b4 46.Bc4 Qc5 47.Kg1 Re8 48.Kg2 Qb6 49.Qb3 Rf8 50.Qa2 Qc6+ 51.Bd5 Qc5 52.Bc4 Re8 53.Qa6 Rc8 54.Qa2 Rb8 55.Qa4 Qe7 56.Qb3 Rf8 57.Qa2 Qb7+ 58.Bd5 Qd7 59.Kg1 Rd8 60.Be4 Kg7 61.Kg2

Jun-13-19  cormier: so the B vs R give advantage to the ...R
Jun-13-19  cormier: Nov-12-13 mrbasso: <SirRuthless> Anand had to find this OTB with little time on the clock and evaluate the resulting endgame as winning for black: 29... Bxb2 30. Rae1 Rb6 31. Bd5 Bd4 32. Rxe6: <*fxe6*> 33. Rxe6 Qf8 34. Qg2 Rdd6: <if 35. Kh2 draw>


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Analysis by Houdini 4
<35...Rxe6 36.Nxe6+ Rxe6 37.Bxe6> Bxf2 - / + (-0.87) Depth: 28 dpa


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Analysis by Houdini 4 Pro w32: d 28 dpa done

<1. - / + (-0.76): 37...Bxf2 38.Bb3 Be1> 39.Qe2 Bc3 40.Kg2

2. - / + (-0.76): 37...Qxf2 38.Qxf2 Bxf2 39.Kg2 Bd4 40.Kf3 Kf6 41.Ba2 Kf5 42.Bb3 b4 43.Bc4 Bg7 44.Ke2 g5 45.hxg5 Kg4 46.Kf2 Kxg5 47.Kf3 Kf5 48.Ke2 Kg4 49.Kf2 Bd4+ 50.Kg2 Kg5 51.Bf7 Bg7 52.Kh3 Bf8 53.Kg2 Be7 54.Bb3 Kf5


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Analysis by Houdini 4 Pro w32:

1. - / + (-0.76): 39.Qb7+ Kh6 40.Qc7 b4 41.Kg2 Bc3 42.Qd7 Bd4 43.Qf7 Qxf7 44.Bxf7 Kg7 45.Bb3 Kf6 46.Kf3 Kf5 47.Bc2 Ke5 48.Bb3 Kf5 49.Bc2

2. - / + (-0.76): 39.Qe2 Bc3 40.Qe6 Qf2+ 41.Kh3 Kh6 42.Qe7 Qf5+ 43.Kg2 Bd4 44.Qe2 Qf6 45.Bd5 b4 46.Qf3 Qe7 47.Qe4 Be5 48.Bc4 Kg7 49.Qd5 Bd4 50.Qe6 Qf8 51.Qd7+ Kh6 52.Qf7 Qxf7 53.Bxf7 Kg7 54.Bb3 Kf6 55.Kf3 Kf5 56.Bc2 Ke5 57.Bb3 Kf5 58.Bc2

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