13 Best Games by Viswanathan Anand

Yury Markushin

Viswanathan Anand became India’s first GM in 1988. He held FIDE World Championship Title from 2000 to 2002 and became Undisputed Champion in 2007. Vishy Anand then defended title 3 times: against Vladimir Kramnik, Vaselin Topalov and Boris Gelfand. In 2013 he lost the title to Norwegian prodigy Magnus Carlsen.

Anand is described as one of the most versatile world champions ever. Kramnik describes him as being a player with colossal talent and being one of the greatest in the whole history of chess. Today we will review some of the greatest games played by Vishy Anand.

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Updated 04.06.2023