Monday, October 27, 2008

Game 10: Kramnik wins at last

Vladimir Kramnik finally won a game today. He played g3 against Anand's Nimzo-Indian and made winning look surprisingly easy. See Chessdom for the moves.

Anand now leads 6-4 with two games to play. As Kramnik's comeback shows, 12 games is too few for a world championship match.

1 comment:

Andy said...

Blimey... it's about time, isn't it? A good draw and a win hardly qualify as a full-scale change of momentum, but Anand's been known to lose match leads before, I suppose.

Are you keeping an eye on Susan Polgar's blog? She commentates on and analyses each game as it happens. Good stuff.

She also has this interesting little snippet: