30 May 2012

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5th time Viswanathan Anand becomes World Chess Champion beats Boris Gelfand



5th time Viswanathan Anand becomes World Chess Champion beats Boris Gelfand

Wednesday
First game was draw.
3rd and 4th game result was draw.




In second game Viswanathan Anand successfully defended his world title in Moscow after winning the second game of the tie-breaker in the World Chess Championship against Boris Gelfand.

This is 5th time he became the world champion but if you will ask our Indian politicians about his name I think very few will say we know him.

Anand has previously won the title in 2000, 2007, 2008 and 2010.
He held the FIDE World Chess Championship from 2000 to 200
In 2007 once again he became the world champ.
In 2008, he defended his title against Vladimir Kramnik and once again became world champ.

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4 comments:

Matt May 30, 2012  

So insane these guys can think so far ahead in the game. Glad to see him win the title back.

Lawrence May 30, 2012  

I only know the piece's move but I can't formulate a tactic to win in the game. lol