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Anand beats Baramidze in Grenke Chess

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BADEN-BADEN (GERMANY), Feb 9 (PTI): Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand got some consolation after scoring a regulation victory over David Baramidze of Germany in the sixth and penultimate round of Grenke Chess Classic, here.

Coming after two straight losses against nemesis Magnus Carlsen of Norway and Levon Aronian of Armenia, the victory served as a breather for Anand as this was also the first win of the year for the Indian ace.

It was also the lone decisive game of the day as world champion Carlsen played out an easy draw as black against Fabiano Caruana of Italy, Arkadij Naiditsch of Germany could not cash his chances against Etienne Bacrot of France while English Michael Adams too gave away an advantage against Aronian.

With just one round to come things did not change one bit in terms of standing despite Anand�s lone victory. Carlsen and Naiditsch remained at the top of the tables with four points each in their kitty while Caruana remains on their heels a half point behind.

The trio of Aronian, Bacrot and Adams are not too far behind on three points each while Anand remained on the seventh spot in the eight-player round robin tournament. Baramidze, after his fourth successive loss, is now set to finish last in the tournament.

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Anand beats Baramidze in Grenke Chess

BADEN-BADEN (GERMANY), Feb 9 (PTI): Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand got some consolation after scoring a regulation victory over David Baramidze of Germany in the sixth and penultimate round of Grenke Chess Classic, here.

Coming after two straight losses against nemesis Magnus Carlsen of Norway and Levon Aronian of Armenia, the victory served as a breather for Anand as this was also the first win of the year for the Indian ace.

It was also the lone decisive game of the day as world champion Carlsen played out an easy draw as black against Fabiano Caruana of Italy, Arkadij Naiditsch of Germany could not cash his chances against Etienne Bacrot of France while English Michael Adams too gave away an advantage against Aronian.

With just one round to come things did not change one bit in terms of standing despite Anand�s lone victory. Carlsen and Naiditsch remained at the top of the tables with four points each in their kitty while Caruana remains on their heels a half point behind.

The trio of Aronian, Bacrot and Adams are not too far behind on three points each while Anand remained on the seventh spot in the eight-player round robin tournament. Baramidze, after his fourth successive loss, is now set to finish last in the tournament.

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