Anand Gelfand World Chess 2012 - Gelfand Won 7th Match and Leads - Game Moves and Analysis

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World Chess Championship 2012: Seventh match between Indian GM Viswanthan Anand and Israel Grand master Boris Gelfand started at Moscow on 20th May 2012 at 3pm Moscow time.For Gelfand's d4 opening, Anand preferred his favorite slav defence, Game progressed to a normal middle game. The game position at 14th move seen as in the below image.

world chess championship 2012 seventh game opening position after 14 moves

At middle game the situation got worsoned for black and soon progressed in to a decisive end game favored towards white. In the end game Gelfand didn't make any mistakes and Won the game ending the 19 year draught of not able to win a single classical game against Anand.

Now the World match is going to be excited after 6 consecutive drawn games in the first 6 games half, Anand need to win in coming 6 matches to keep his crown afloat.

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Gelfand places QC8 which brings decisive advantage for white
world chess championship 2012 seventh game - position after 24th move of white, white's qc8 brought clear position to blacks undeveloped position

Anand's 25th pawn f7-f6 was not an optimal move and weakened black's position drastically.
Anand's 25th pawn move from f7-f6 was not an optimal move

Final game position, Anand resigns seeing forced checkmate in 2 moves
Anand resigns seeing checkmate in 2 moves, Gelfand ends draught of not able to win classical games against Anand after 19 years

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