Viswanathan Anand beats world chess champion Magnus Carlsen

The Logical Indian

November 12th, 2014

Anand beats Magnun in Chess at Sochi

Sochi (Russia): India’s Viswanathan Anand pulled off a sensational victory over world chess champion Magnus Carlsen on Tuesday in the third game of the ongoing world title match at Sochi, springing back from his disappointing defeat two days ago to restore parity in the 12-game match.

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