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Friday, May 18, 2012

World Chess Championship 2012 - Replay Drawn Game 6 Moves with Chess King

Game 6 of World Chess Championship 2012 in
Moscow between Viswanathan Anand
and Boris Gelfand about to begin. Photo: Fide.


Game 5 Result: 1/2-1/2
Anand-Gelfand Match Score: 3.0-3.0

The sixth game and the same result. Anand and Gelfand once again played the Slav Defence. This time the challenger opted for the variation 6.Qc2 instead of 6.b3. The game developed further on quietly: Black got an isolated pawn in the centre, but it was compensated for by a somewhat passive position of the white pieces. Soon the d5-pawn was exchanged and the position simplified. By move 25 each side had a rook and a bishop of the same colour remaining on the board. The resulting endgame was estimated as drawn and four moves later the contenders agreed to a draw. The match score is equal: 3-3. Tomorrow, on 19 May, the opponents have a rest day. The seventh game will be played on Sunday, 20 May. Boris Gelfand will play White.

Today Garry Kasparov, the 13th world champion, was the honoured guest at the match. At the press conference, Garry readily answered many questions from the journalists in great detail. Then he joined first the English-speaking commentators, Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam and Peter Svilder, and after that the Russian-speaking commentators, Ilya Smirin and Alexander Grischuk, and took part in analyzing the game. Later Kasparov went down to the chess courtyard where he played a simul against young talented Russian chess players.


Replay Game 6 Moves with Chess King.

Gelfand,B (2739) - Anand,V (2799)

Result: 1/2-1/2
Site: Moscow RUS
Date: 2012.05.18
[...] 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.¤c3 ¤f6 4.e3 e6 5.¤f3 a6 6.£c2 c5 7.cxd5 exd5 8.¥e2 ¥e6 9.O-O ¤c6 10.¦d1 cxd4 11.¤xd4 ¤xd4 12.¦xd4 ¥c5 13.¦d1 £e7 14.¥f3 O-O 15.¤xd5 ¥xd5 16.¥xd5 ¤xd5 17.¦xd5 ¦ac8 18.¥d2 ¥xe3 19.¥c3 ¥b6 20.£f5 £e6 21.£f3 f6 22.h4 £c6 23.h5 ¦fd8 24.¦xd8+ ¦xd8 25.£xc6 bxc6 26.¦e1 ¢f7 27.g4 ¥d4 28.¦c1 ¥xc3 29.¦xc3 ¦d4

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