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Thursday, 4 April 2013

'Carlsen will be ridiculously difficult to play against' - Vishy Anand for Indian Express

'Carlsen will be ridiculously difficult to play against' - Indian Express:
Fourteen breathless rounds of chess at the Candidates tournament in London, were not enough to split Magnus Carlsen and Vladimir Kramnik. It was finally down to the second tie-break rule (more number of wins) that resolved the issue in Carlsen's favour and the Norwegian will now challenge Viswanathan Anand for the World Championship this November. Anand speaks to The Indian Express about the drama at London, the challenge of facing the World No. 1 in a Championship match and having to re-shape his chess to compete with the younger generation.

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