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World Championship Match - Game 2

Opening: C65: Ruy Lopez: Berlin defense

Player(s): Carlsen, Anand

GM John Fedorowicz analyzes Game 2. The second game is already a decisive one! Magnus Carlsen won a game where he's been attacking all the time; unfortunately, Anand blundered in a bit of time pressure, and lost on the spot. But the situation didn't seem to be very good for the Indian former World Champion, who was anyay trying hard to defend his position. Towards the end of the game, it looked like Anand could have saved the draw, but then he played a careless move, and lost on the spot. Now it becomes hard for Vishy, but who knows, perhaps he will be able to come back strong already on Tuesday, after the first rest day. Stay tuned for ICC's coverage of the World Championship Match!

Teacher's library (28) C65 Carlsen Anand game analysis

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