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Vladimir Kramnik vs Viswanathan Anand
Intel World Chess Express Challenge (1994) (blitz), Munich GER, May-20
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Pelikan. Sveshnikov Variation (B33)  ·  1-0

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Apr-26-05  watchchess79: How is Anand losing the game here?
Apr-26-05  AdrianP: Vishy must have lost on time (it looks like this was 5 minute blitz). Black is clearly better in the final position.
Apr-26-05  Pawn Ambush: If this is a 5-min blitz game then it looks like time.
Jan-07-07  Sularus: i wondered who had first blood between these two. turns out it's kramnik (though it's blitz). Vishy wins their next game though, in classical time control, methinks.
Feb-26-08  SafeNorSound: Wouldn't 32. Ne7+ win a material advantage for Kramnik?
Aug-26-08  shellhack: It´s obvious that Anand lost in time, that was a Munich Intel Express blitz '5 game.
Sep-12-08  DoubleCheck: I agree with SafeNorSound
Knight gives 2point advantage and abit better position

32. Ne7+ Rxe7
33. Rxc8+ Bf8
34. Rb8 Nxb2
35. Rxb4 Nd3
36. Rg4+ etc etc

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