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Saturday, October 30, 2010

 

Svidler-Anand: Round 12


In round 12, Anand was in the position of being able to guarantee at least a tie for first with three straight draws. Only Gelfand could catch him and that would require three consecutive wins or an Anand loss. But Gelfand came up with a sparkling win with the Black pieces, meaning there was still all to play for.

Svidler had a cricket match he really wanted to watch


Anand 8.0
Gelfand 7.0
Kramnik 6.5
Leko 5.5
Aronian 5.5
Morozevich 5.5
Grischuk 5.0
Svidler 5.0

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