Former world champion defeats the current world champion and as always, the thirst for the world championship title will show up many such great matches between the two! It is chess masters, Viswanathan Anand and Magnus Carlsen are being spoken about who has been continuously making new challenges to one another every time they have come tete-a-tete.
After being defeated by world chess champion Magnus Carlsen last year, during the championship title held in Chennai, Viswanathan Anand seemed to be pretty ready to take the revenge right from his very first move on Tuesday’s match. Anand claimed victory over Carlsen in the third game of the world title match at Sochi. Each move made by Anand in response to Carlsen’s showed great homework and a spirit to fight. With this Anand seemed to be well-equipped to take back his crown who has had a record of being five time world champion before loosing it to Carlsen last year.
The match of Tuesday lasted for three-and-a-half hours during which Anand made the first 23 move in only 31 minutes. In comparison to Anand, Carlsen looked a bit deficient in his preparation. Seeing the great preparation and fast moves by the Indian player, many would like to recall the memories of former world champion Gary Kasparov who had a lightening fast speed and amazing homework.