But let's see more photos from today!
|By Pia Sprong|
|No moves yet...|
|What was the correct way?!|
Professionals: no matter what happened in the game,
they always want to find out the truth.
|Anish, preserving his energy for the|
big fight which was supposed to come against...
|Magnus: number one in the world,|
according to the January's rating list.
It seems that he didn't find his rythm yet and
today was not his best game ever.
|Anish analysing his won game in the press room.|
Reporter: I heard that this is the first time in his life when Carlsen is losing against a younger opponent than him.
Anish: Hopefully not the last time:)
R: You mean against you?!:) Back to the game: what happened today? Was it
preparation? Did he blunder?
Anish: The opening went fine for me, I reacted well when he played something different, I had a position without any risks, than he made a blunder and it was all over:)
R: And what are your emotions right now? You won against the number one for the first time in your life!
Anish: Well...it would have been better if it would have been the last game of the tournament:) But it is very nice to win against such a player of course!
R: Does this game change your ambitions for this tournament?
Anish: Definitely not; probably such a game from Magnus won't appear again on the board for the next 10 years! I was lucky this time and nothing changes in the tournament for me or for anyone else.
R: Did Magnus say anything after the game, did you analyse it together?
Anish: It was a bad day for Magnus and there is no point in analysing such a game with someone having over 2800.
R: Against whom do you play tomorrow?
Anish: Hikaru Nakamura.
Choir: AA! Much easier than:) Good luck!
Underneath you can see the game, with a few of Anish's remarks that I managed to catch in the press room:
|Happy! I like to see chess players smiling,|
afterall: a point is the best reward for them!
|Today Caissa was not on Jan's side,|
he lost against Ruslan Ponomariov.
|The playing area for the A and B groups.|