Top 5 best moves from grandmaster chess player Viswanathan Anand
Take a look at the best chess games from Viswanathan Anand !!!
Viswanathan Anand is a very famous Indian chess grandmaster and former world chess champion. He was the first Indian Grandmaster in 1988 and one of the best players to ever surpass the ELO rating of 2,800.
Brain is a five-time world chess champion who beat Alexie Shirov in a match to win the 2,000 FIDD world chess champions he held until 2002. He defended his title in 2008 after becoming the undisputed world champion in 2007.
Here are some of his best-rated chess matches ever !!!
1. Anand vs. Inkiov
Anand winning the match against the champion, in 1986. Anand could have lost the match but the 26 by the opponent helped him to win.
2. Anand vs. K Ninov
The chess player was only 18 when he outclassed Ninov
3. Anand v S Agdestein
It was a 38-stroke match with Anand beating the player in 1987.
4. Anand vs. Joel Benjamin
It was a 31-move game in 1989, where he defeated Joel.
5. Anand vs. Tal
It was a 37 stroke game played in 1989.