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Norway chess 2015 - GOTD Round 6

Opening: B90: Sicilian: Najdorf

Player(s): Anand, Vachier-Lagrave

GM Larry Christiansen recaps Round 6. The clou game today was undoubtedly Carlsen vs. Nakamura. The two titans played a tough game, which took 95 moves to end in a draw. Carlsen, in the post-game interviews, said that he think he outplayed Nakamura a bit, but then he spent too much time. Such a media event as Magnus-Naka's game overshadowed a bit the rest of the games, which actually were quite interesting. Anand played a masterpiece against France #1 Vachier-Lagrave; piece sac, devastating attack and brilliant moves led the great Indian player to a sparkling victory. But the real news is that Topalov is on steroids! The strong Bulgarian GM won again today, beating Alexander Grischuk. Now Veselin leads with the amazing score of 5.5/6, well ahead of the pursuing duo Nakamura-Anand (4/6). Giri drew with Aronian and Caruana drew with Hammer, the only player without a win in the tournament so far. Tomorrow Nakamura-Grischuk, Vachier-Lagrave-Carlsen, Aronian-Anand, Hammer-Giri and Topalov-Caruana. Will Fabiano be able to stop the Bulgarian, before Topalov completes a "Caruana"? We'll see, tomorrow at 10AM EDT - 16:00 Paris - 15:00 London.

Teacher's library (515) B90 Anand Vachier-Lagrave recap

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