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World Championship G10 – An offbeat Sicilian is flavor of the day

World Championship G10 – An offbeat Sicilian is flavor of the day
With two whites to go, Anand chose 1.e4 as one means to try and keep his opponent off-balance. Gelfand was ready with his Sicilian, and even Vishy's 3.Bb5, and fairly offbeat 5.b3, were replied to nearly instantly. The queens came off by move eleven after which the position remained equal until their handshake at move 25. Illustrated report with GM analysis and videos.

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Posted: Thu 24 May 2012

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