One Day You Give Your Opponent a Lesson, The Next Day he Gives You One



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Shakhriyar Mamedyarov vs Viswanathan Anand
GCT Croatia (2019), Zagreb CRO, rd 9, Jul-05
Queen’s Gambit Declined: Vienna Variation (D39)

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 dc4 5. e4 Bb4 6. Bc4 Ne4 7. O-O Nf6 8. Qa4 Nc6 9. Bg5 Bc3 10. bc3 O-O 11. Rfe1 Ne7 12. Bd3 Nf5 13. Rad1 h6 14. Bc1 b6 15. c4 Re8 16. Bb2 Bb7 17. Ne5 Ne7 18. Bb1 c5 19. Qc2 Qc7 20. dc5 Rad8 21. cb6 ab6 22. Ng4 Ne4 23. f3 Qc5 24. Kh1 h5 25. Nh6 gh6 26. fe4 e5 27. Rd5 Bd5 28. ed5 Ng6 29. Rf1 Re7 30. Qc1 Ra7 31. h3 Rd6 32. Qh6 Re7 33. Qc1 b5 34. Ba3 b4 35. Bb2 Ra6 36. Rf5 f6 37. Qh6 Nf4 38. Be5 Re5 39. Re5 fe5 40. Qa6 Qf2 41. Qc8 Kf7 42. Qf5 Kg8 43. Qg5 Kf8 44. Kh2 h4 45. Bf5

The 2019 Croatia Grand Chess Tour is a 12-player classical all-play-all tournament taking place from 26 June to 8 July 2019 in the Novinarski Dom in Zagreb, Croatia. Magnus Carlsen and all the regular tour players will compete for a prize fund of $325,000, with $90,000 for first place.

Players receive 130 minutes for the entire game, with a 30-second delay from move one. In case of a tie for first, rapid and, if necessary, blitz playoffs will be held on 8 July. The event is organised in partnership with Chess Club e4 from Zagreb. Official website: grandchesstour.org

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35 Comments on “One Day You Give Your Opponent a Lesson, The Next Day he Gives You One”

  1. He asked who was making the first move for Shak, and I was like.. that's easy! that's Anand! I'm a terrible person. :O

  2. I must admit, I'm a Mamedyarov fan. When his game is on point, he is a brilliant player. His style is closest to how I play myself (of course to a much higher standard). Hope he will return to his form of last year.

  3. "For those of you who found knight to F4, congratulations, its the move Anand played. But its not the best move, its actually…well…not even a good move"

    Hahaha awesome!!

  4. That line showing why taking twice on c3 doesn't win a pawn is simply beautiful. A miniature-proof opening by white.

  5. Bad tournament but Mamedyarov certainly played like a boss here. Good to see he's still capable of performing despite his recent games.

  6. rook could have been pined by bishop on a3 Ra7 prevents that.
    (I am sure that sb must have already pointed that out)

  7. 5:46 AlphaZero would prefer White: a semi-open g file and two bishops eyeing the black king is one of his favorite attacking combo. ☺️

  8. Anand played rook to a7 because then after he aligned his other rook and queen on one diagonal (queen on c5 and rook on d6) , he needed to protect the a3 square from white 's bishop ( this would win the exchange )

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