THE PERFECT GAME OF ‘IMPERFECTIONS’

GM Swapnil Dhopade

GM Swapnil Dhopade

Headcoach - Chess Pathshala

  1. August 4, 2020

THE PERFECT GAME OF ‘IMPERFECTIONS’

Svidler vs Anand, Legends of Chess 2020

Hello Dear Readers,

Hope you are all doing well.

In today’s article we are going to see how even the greatest players make mistakes. Chess in itself is a vast universe which no one can master. This game between Russian grandmaster Peter Svidler and five times World champion Vishy Anand is a perfect example of it. 


p1

Find best move for black!


p2

Can you guess the positional way in which Anand continued? 


p3

Can you find the accurate way for white to continue?


And that’s how the game ended! The series of major errors made by both the grandmasters clearly indicate how complex can chess get!

Hope you all enjoyed the game. Now before you leave, here are some puzzles which you can try. 

For solutions stay tuned for our next article! Good day! 

White to play!

White to play!

pu2

White to play!

pu3

White to play!

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