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In game 3 Anand played superb



 
 
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Old October 18th 08, 05:50 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis
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Default In game 3 Anand played superb

It was a terrific match. Anand is now ahead and the way Kramnik is
playing one gets the feeling that he is being unusually aggressive and
that this may not really be his style of play. Or does Kramnik usually
play this aggressively. People who follow his games please comment.

Kramnik is a terrific player but maybe his style of play suits
Anand. Maybe a couple of the other players who are slightly lower than
these two in ELO ratings might actually give Anand a tougher time.

 




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