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Viswanathan Anand on the cusp of redemption in Russia
Times of India

Anand almost there

Standings after 12 rounds (of 14) 1. Viswanathan Anand IND 2770, 7.5/12 2. Levon Aronian ARM 2830, 6.5/12 3-4. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov AZE 2757, Sergey Karjakin RUS 2766, 6.0/12 5-8. Vladimir Kramnik RUS 2787, Dmitry Andreikin RUS 2709, Veselin ... Business World, 2 weeks ago
Anand Keeping First Place in Match of Candidates Prensa Latina, 3 weeks ago

Kramnik's Loss Gives Viswanathan Anand A Boost

PUNE: Wild card Peter Svidler lost to Mamedyarov and Karjakin in the sixth and eighth rounds respectively. Still, he has managed to emerge as a bigger threat to Viswanathan Anand in the World Candidates chess tournament than the top two seeds. The ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago Kramnik's Loss Gives Vishy Anand A Boost  Indiatimes3 weeks ago Kramnik's loss gives Anand a boost  Times of India3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Anand Scores Third Win, Jumps into Sole Lead

With a sparkling victory over Bulgaria's Veselin Topalov, Viswanathan Anand regained the sole lead in the Candidates Chess tournament here on Sunday. The hard-earned victory in the ninth round was important for the five-time world champion as he ...
 India-West3 weeks ago Viswanathan Anand outwits Topalov to surge back into lead  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Viswanathan Anand defeats Veselin Topalov to regain sole lead  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Anand in sole lead  The Statesman3 weeks ago

Anand back on top

Seldom has an elite chess tournament seen the top three seeds lose in a single round. Though Sunday turned to be an off-day for the big names, the proceedings favoured Viswanathan Anand in more ways than one. A meticulously-executed victory over ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

The Adventures of Soviet Chess Patriarch Mikhail Botvinnik

Botvinnik during his last tournament, Leiden 1970 Chess players around him had disappeared, having been executed or sent to gulags, but he lived. Mikhail Botvinnik (1911-1995) survived because he made himself indispensable. Even the architect of ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

"Memories -- IM John Grefe "

Of course, I was too young to have more than a casual interest in those matters. In the "70s it was a chess decade with the excitement generated by the "Match of the Century" between Fischer and Spassky in 1972 Reykjavik, the succeeding ...
 Business World1 month ago
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