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Vishwanathan Anand Page World No.2 and three time chess Oscar winner, Viswanathan anand has In 2004,anand played some very creative chess, after a little rough patch, http://www.tnqsponsorship.com/2004review.htm
Extractions: rounded off yet another year of superlative performances. If 2003 proclaimed him as the undisputed king of Rapid chess, in 2004 the NIIT Mind Champion went on to win all the classical events he played in. Starting his winning streak at the prestigious Corus Chess tournament in Wijk Aan Zee, Anand put in a power packed performance to win the event for the second year consecutively. By winning the event Anand joined a select club of people like Euwe and Kortchnoi who have won the event four times in the Event's 66 year old history. Anand was able to break away from the pack by a winning streak of three games. His game against Bareev is easily rated as one of his best wins of the year. Soon after Corus, Anand played a Blitz match against Vesselin Topalov in Sofia, Bulgaria. Avenging his only loss at Corus against the Bulgarian GM, Anand won the match 1.5-.5. His intuition about Topalov's game gave him the easy edge. Being the 40th country on his much traveled list, the Indian Chess Maestro thoroughly enjoyed his maiden visit to Bulgaria.
Vishwanathan Anand - Chess vishwanathan THE GRAND VIZIER OF chess. by. Sanjeeb Mukherjee. anand vishwanathan anand, the World Master of chess, was taught the first chess moves http://www.the-south-asian.com/March2002/Chess-Vishwanathan_Anand1.htm
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Extractions: Play Free Chess Language : Brazilian Portuguese Dutch English French German Italian Polish Russian Spanish Login Name : Password : Forgot your password? Click here to create a new user Home Contact Us ... News Archives document.login.language.value="english"; Iowa Chess Directory. If your club is not listed or not up to date please contact us using the link under site index. Rediff.com recently interviewed Anand. He has some very interesting points and he may help to transform the current rating system. He calls the players association to change this by using the internet. Read more... posted by ChessManiac at 2:07 PM Post a Comment Iowa Chess Club Listings AMES. CYCLONE CHESS CLUB www.stuorg.iastate.edu/chess/ AMES. MEEKER CHESS CLUB. Scholastic. TUESDAY PM DURING SCH YEAR. Contact: ROGER GOTSCHALL. (515) 239 - 3770. AMES. GATOR CHESS CLUB. Scholastic. WED PM AFTER SCHOOL. AMES MIDDLE SCH , SAME . Contact: ROGER W GOTSCHALL. (515) 239 - 3740.
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Rediff.com: Vishwanathan Anand - The King vishwanathan anand has taken the World by a storm, but how much do you really In Madras, the haunt of choice for chess afficionadoes is the Mikhal Tal http://www.rediff.com/sports/2000/dec/27anand.htm
Extractions: Tips Not meaning to spoil things for anyone, mind but the fact remains that India has no world champion by the name of Vishwanathan Anand. But yes, India does possess and takes great pride in a certain Anand Vishwanathan, newly-crowned world champion in the game of 64 squares. Vishwanathan is the father, Anand the son. The mixup occured once he began going abroad. 'Anand V' became, thanks to the bureaucratic policy of putting the initial first, 'V Anand', on his passport and other documents. And when that was expanded, it became Vishwanathan Anand duly shortened to Vishy. Initially, Anand took some trouble to point out the error. But along the way, he came to like the name 'Vishy', figured that carrying his father's name was a matter of pride, and let the name stick. For the record, Anand was born on December 11, 1969, to Vishwanathan, who retired as General Manager, Southern Railways, and Susheela, housewife and chess afficionado. It was the latter who, when Anand was five, initiated him into the mysteries of the game, and oversaw his early development. At the time, Chennai (Madras, as it was then called) had a flourishing chess culture, thanks to the presence of Manuel Aaron, India's first ever international master, and Ravi Kumar, India's second IM. The hallmark of great achievers, in any field, is that they build up a legend of their own. There is, thus, the story of Sunil Gavaskar learning cricket in a narrow gully, and honing his ability to play with a straight bat because the slightest deviation from that practise could bring with it a broken window, and inevitable chastisement. Or the story of the young Sachin Tendulkar batting in the nets with a one rupee coin placed on his stumps, as reward for any bowler who could knock it off. Sachin, we are told, became the neighbourhood plutocrat by default, pouching the coins after defending his stumps against all comers.
'Awesome To Better Your Record' The Rediff Interview/vishwanathan anand Awesome to better your record April08, 2005 Actually, after Linares, I wanted to take a respite from chess. http://www.rediff.com/sports/2005/apr/08anand.htm
Extractions: V iswanathan Anand created history at Amber, winning all the three titles rapid, blindfold and combined at stake in the 14th edition of the tournament. In the process, he repeated the feat he first performed in the 1997 edition of the event and became the only player to do so. The Indian ace recorded an overall tally of 15.5 points, which, in the end, was 2.5 points more than that garnered by Alexander Morozevich, who finished second. The triumph was in sharp contrast to the Indian ace's showing at Linares last month, when he failed to live up to his high standards, and finished third, behind Veselin Topalov and eventual winner Garry Kasparov. Soon after winning the Linares title, Kasparov, arguably the greatest chess player ever, announced his retirement from competitive chess. In an e-mail interview with rediff.com Sports Correspondent Harish Kotian , Anand reflected on his Amber triumph and the impact Kasparov's retirement could have on competitive chess. This was the second time you won all the three titles at Amber, the first being in 1997. Which do you rate higher, the one in 1997 or this?
Worl Champion - Viswanathan Anand vishwanathan anand, popularly known as Vishy , learned chess in his tender ageof six from his mother. In 1987, he became the first Asian to win the World http://www.chessindia.org/WorldChampions_files/vishwanathan_anand.html
Extractions: History FIDE Ratings World Champions National Champions ... Indian Chess Organisations (The Official Website Of All India Chess Federation) About AICF AICF Forum Financial Regulations W O R L D C H A M P I O N S "The first move that comes to my mind is invariably the best" Born: 1968, Madras Vishwanathan Anand, popularly known as "Vishy", learned chess in his tender age of six from his mother. In 1987, he became the first Asian to win the World Junior Championship and in 1988 earned the coveted Grandmaster title. VISWANATHAN ANAND Anand's first world championship attempt was in 1991. He beat Dreev and then ran into Karpov in the quarterfinals where he lost. Then he lost to Gata Kamsky in 1994 at Sanghinagar and also lost to Karpov again in the 1998 finals. Anand, "the one man Indian Chess revolution" has also authored "My Best Games of Chess". This greatest sportsman India has ever produced, brought the World Chess Championship title to the Asian Continent on the Christmas eve of 2000, to assume himself a place in history and has completed a personal and common mission through his World Chess Title triumph held at Tehran by beating Spain's Alexie Shirov 3.5-0.5 in a dominating and ruthless show of his brain power.
Extractions: Terrible News, as Karpov defeats Anand Vishwanathan in Game 1 of "FIDE World Chess Championship" The euphoria which arose from Anand's nine game long victory over Michael Adams (a victory which was necessary for the so-called "FIDE World Championship" to have any credibility) has turned to gloom as Karpov (whom everyone thought would be defeated by Anand) won their first game in a marathon 108 moves. By the way, I know, of course, that Anand's first name is Anand. I posted that question as an intended joke and was surprised at the wide variety of answers I received. I first became aware of the issue when Peng ZhaoQin, that famous Dutch chessplayer, asked this question of Anand during the 1989 Asian Team Championship in Genting Highlands, Malaysia. Although in India sometimes the family name goes first and the given name last, and it could go either way, in Anand's case, his family name is Vishwanathan and his given name is Anand. He just allows himself to be called Anand, because Vishwanathan is too difficult. I have posted charts of the FIDE World Championship at http://www.samsloan.com/fide1997.htm and at http://www.ishipress.com/fide-ch4.htm