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anyone else here watching the chess worldchampion 2014 game ?

Just wander if anyone else here is following the #CarlsenAnand games ?

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Game number 9 today, starting in 5 minutes :-)

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No, can't say I am.

Which exchange is it on? What's the tick value?

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Carlsen Wins, Defends World Championship Title In 11th Game !!

Carlsen Wins, Defends World Championship Title In 11th Game - Chess.com

what a match! ....well played Carlsen.

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I'm glad this was a memorable game as the last couple of games in this match were forgettable. This had some definate interesting moments which is a nice way to finish the champtionship (as opposed to drawing out several games in a row).

Congratulations to Magnus; he played well and minimized his mistakes. He didn't really have any mind-blowing magical moves in the match as I think he was aware Anand was much better this year compared to last.
I think most people expected Magnus to win easily but Vishy played extremely well. He quickly recovered from MC's first win and won the next game to change the tone of the match. I think Vishy is near the end of his career given his age and two consecutive championship losses but he should be given a ton of respect for his play over the past 9 months and really threatening Carlsen.
This match started wonderfully (draw in #1 was terrific, then two wins) but there was a gap in the middle that is best forgotten. Great to see the face of the chess world retain his title though.

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Congratulations to Magnus; he played well and minimized his mistakes. He didn't really have any mind-blowing magical moves in the match as I think he was aware Anand was much better this year compared to last.
I think most people expected Magnus to win easily but Vishy played extremely well. He quickly recovered from MC's first win and won the next game to change the tone of the match. I think Vishy is near the end of his career given his age and two consecutive championship losses but he should be given a ton of respect for his play over the past 9 months and really threatening Carlsen.
This match started wonderfully (draw in #1 was terrific, then two wins) but there was a gap in the middle that is best forgotten. Great to see the face of the chess world retain his title though.

I second that!

Cheers to Vishwanathan Anand for the great comeback!

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