plutone220696 (el 01/05/13 a las 2:30 am)
All white has to do is take black's a-pawn and he has an easy win
gnobretaw (el 30/04/13 a las 8:51 pm)
If black queened with check he would have had a chance, but that never happened anyways. I was just curious if white would win with a rook and one knight
PowerPlayChess (el 30/04/13 a las 3:49 am)
At the end, White's moves all happen with check so there is no time for Black's queen to capture the knight.
gnobretaw (el 29/04/13 a las 6:58 pm)
what if black played Qxe5 on move 39? the knight he could have captured is the one that you say would have got a mate
PowerPlayChess (el 05/10/12 a las 6:09 pm)
If 20...Rc7 21 Nb5, Black should play 21...Rxc2 22 Nxd6 Rxc1+ 23 Ne1 Rb8, and with two rooks for the queen I would prefer to play Black. DK
Rodrigo Montes (el 05/10/12 a las 12:21 pm)
at 5:24 if Rc7...what happens if Nb5????
neighborhoodwatchman (el 05/08/12 a las 7:13 am)
Yes, this was a nice game and commentary to post. It's not often we see the current world champion losing a game in the world championship match. I think we have to wait 2 more years now to see the next championship match. That's what I've heard, it's every two years.
Sukuun (el 05/07/12 a las 2:13 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?
Sukuun (el 23/06/12 a las 5:00 pm)
For some reason the Houdini Analysis on FIDE.com never analyzed Knight to A4.
janquino (el 31/05/12 a las 5:12 pm)
Gelfand may be better, but the best(V Annand) always wins