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Saturday, October 25, 2008

World Chess Championship 2008 | Anand vs. Kramnik, Round 7 | Game Analysis

WCC R07: Draw in 37, Anand leads by 5:2
Playing with the white pieces (at half-time they switch colours) Vishy Anand played 1.d4 for the fourth time in this match, got a Slav and a clear advantage, but agreed to a draw when a pawn up, since Vladimir Kramnik had set up a fortress that the white king could not penetrate. Anand leads by three points and requires 1.5 points for victory

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