Reports | February 21, 2007 6:32

[lang_nl]Tweemaal post-mortem uit Morelia[/lang_nl][lang_en]Twice post-mortem from Morelia[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]Vanavond kunnen we je twee gratis schaaklessen op het hoogste niveau bieden. Want dat is het toch wel een beetje, als je naast de tafel staat waar 2700-mannen na afloop van hun partij aan het analyseren zijn. Virtueel gesproken kun je ze bijna aanraken![/lang_nl][lang_en]Tonight we can offer you two free chess lessons at the highest level. Because that's almost what it means when you're standing next to a table where two 2700 guys are analysing the game they've just played. Virtually speaking, you can almost touch them![/lang_en]

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Met dank aan Bretislav Modr van Sachinfo.[/lang_nl][lang_en]



Thanks to Bretislav Modr of Sachinfo.[/lang_en]

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Author: Peter Doggers

Founder and editor-in-chief of ChessVibes.com, Peter is responsible for most of the chess news and tournament reports. Often visiting top events, he also provides photos and videos for the site. He's a 1.e4 player himself, likes Thai food and the Stones.

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Alberto's picture

Peter leko had in het laatste stuk van de analyse volgens mij een voordeel..

Keep the videos coming ! I love this shit !

Donde fueron los Espangoles? No hay niguen Gran Master que puede competir con estes gigantes?

Linux fan's picture

Great, it's almost like being there, but with the trip fare still in my pocket.

I had a good laugh around the end of the video when Leko, with Black, is saying something like "And at this point I can play Nh8." Then Ivanchuk: "Yes, but you also have Nd5." But Leko kept putting the knight on h8 anyway. Showed the difference between their way of thinking.

Mark's picture

I don't hear the Topalov fans much now :) Only support them when he's winning apparantly!

Charley's picture

Thank you! Ivanchuk-Leko was particularly fascinating, as it was easy to see the position(s).

Chris's picture

Round 4: Carlsen beat Ivanchuk in a great game, Anand beat Morozevich, Leko and Aronian drw, and so did Topalov and Svidler.

Lukas's picture

Mark:i am Aronians fan,but if I remeber Topalov had a very very bad start in Morelia last time and ended second after moving to Spain

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