Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Chess is still really hard

No matter what level you play at, or how good you are, it turns out that chess is still really hard. Just ask Viswanathan Anand who played 46 good moves against Fabiano Caruana to get to a winning positing, then 5 ok moves to have a drawn position, and then a sequence of poor moves to get a lost ending. Something I'm sure we have all done, and as such, something we can sympathise with Anand for.

Caruana,F (2822) - Anand,V (2758) [D38]
82nd Tata Steel GpA Wijk aan Zee NED (8), 19.01.2020

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