NCandVAPowerkites (el 20/05/12 a las 11:47 pm)
Anand played extremely poorly in this game. Also, his preparation for this
entire match is not aggressive enough. He is playing so passively, so he
got punished for his reticence at the board. I am rooting for Anand though
because he can play active chess. I personally hope Anand wins. Gelfand can
only win in passive positions against Anand, and that is all Anand has
played. Whoever gave Anand advice is really mistaken.
SynsityGW (el 21/05/12 a las 3:12 am)
Of course black is still losing, but it's the fact that QxN would prevent
the mate in 2.
nadavj (el 26/05/12 a las 2:53 pm)
Galfand is clearly the better player in this competition
PowerPlayChess (el 30/04/13 a las 7:49 am)
At the end, White's moves all happen with check so there is no time for
Black's queen to capture the knight.
Ordo ab Chao (el 01/05/13 a las 6:30 am)
All white has to do is take black's a-pawn and he has an easy win
Mip1999 (el 20/05/12 a las 7:25 pm)
If I was an Anand supporter I'd be worried at how quickly he crumbled with
a series of poor moves in this game. His form was poor going into the match
and a series of dull draws followed by this game suggests that hasn't
simonomisification (el 20/05/12 a las 9:05 pm)
Then the pawn just takes the queen.
rusty_frame (el 25/05/12 a las 12:57 pm)
why oh why did anand play Rab8?? not only does it serve no purpose i can
see at least two moves which are more 'natural'.
Sukuun (el 05/07/12 a las 6:13 pm)
What about, on the 20th move, pushing the pawn to A5, giving the bishop
access to attack the diagonal with White's bishop and queen on it?
PowerPlayChess (el 24/05/12 a las 5:25 pm)
I think I would agree - I didn't like ...Rab8.