Anand outwits Vachier for profitable begin to Norway Chess 2022

Published:Mar 9, 202409:15
Anand outwits Vachier for profitable begin to Norway Chess 2022

Viswanathan Anand produced a positional masterpiece to outwit Frenchman Maxime Lagrave-Vachier in 40 strikes to make a profitable begin within the Norway Chess 2022 at Stavanger on Tuesday.

Wesley So was the one different winner of the day within the 10-player round-robin occasion after dealing with Teimour Radjabov.

Anand, enjoying white, gained the initiative in opposition to the Sicilian Defence after controlling the central squares. A sophisticated pawn down the center ensured that Anand’ stored up the stress. Vachier tried to defuse the stress by a collection of exchanges however the neutralisation didn't assist his trigger. Ultimately, Anand’s rook on the seventh rank pressured Vachier’s resignation after it turned clear that the Indian’s queenside handed pawn may show a profitable weapon.

As per the match laws, every win is price three factors. In case of a draw, an Armageddon recreation is performed, the place white begins with 10 minutes on the clock, to black’s seven. In case of a draw, black is said the winner. Winner of the Armageddon recreation will get 1.5 factors.

Three boards ended as attracts and decisive ends in the Armageddon introduced 1.5 factors to Magnus Carlsen, Anish Giri and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov.

The outcomes:
First spherical: Viswanathan Anand bt Maxime Lagrave-Vachier (Fra); Wesley So (USA) bt Teimour Radjabov (Aze); Magnus Carlsen (Nor) drew with Wang Hao (Chn); (Armageddon - Carlsen bt Wang); Anish Giri (Ned) drew with Veselin Topalov; (Armageddon - Anish bt Topalov); Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (Aze) drew with Aryan Tari (Nor); (Armageddon - Mamedyarov bt Tari).

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