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Monday, May 10, 2010

Anand - Topalov WCC 2010 - Game 11 Analysis & Report

It started out as a "boring" draw, but turned into YADEG – yet another dramatically exciting game. In his last white game in regular time controls Anand searched for a decisive advantage, and then on move 49 took a very brave decision – one that could have easily backfired.

anand and topalov wcc game 11

In today's game Anand went for the English Opening (1.c4) and managed to get a slight advantage. But then due to some very slight and unabvious inaccuracies he was left without any constructive plan. After that Topalov not only equalized, but also took over the initiative in the endgame. It seemed that Anand would hold easily, and he indeed did. But then all of a sudden the World Champion decided to try his luck and gave away a pawn for some activity. Objectively Anand was in a great danger, but in order to get some real winning chances Topalov had to find a sequence of abstract computer moves. Not suprisingly he didn't and the game ended in a draw.

Here is the full analysis of the game.

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