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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Analysis of Muzychuk-Giri,Corus 2010 round 9

With the assistance of Deep Rybka 3,Chessbase 9 and Chessbase Megadatabase 2010 I have completed analysis of the game between Anna Muzychuk and Anish  Giri (pictured above) from  the Grandmaster Group B  of the 2010 Corus chess tournament. This game took place in round 9 of the tournament.I have posted the game on the first page of my blog using the program Chessviewer Deluxe.

To play through the Muzychuk-Giri game click on the games tab with your mouse cursor and then select game 3. Then use the arrows below the board or click on each move of the game with your mouse to play through the analysis. I hope you enjoy playing through this game! IM Anna Muzychuk  was born on February 28th,1990 in Lviv,Soviet Union.She holds the  Men's International Master Title and has an elo entering this tournament of  2523. She  now lives in Slovenia. Anish Giri was the World's youngest Grandmaster as of February 2009, and has an elo of  2588. "He was born in  St. Petersburg, Russia on 28 June 1994. In 2002, he moved to Japan  with his parents. In 2004, he returned to Russia for some time, then again went back to Japan. In August 2007, he returned to St. Petersburg with his family. Since February 2008, Anish and his family have been residing in Netherlands, where his father is working in a research and consulting foundation.Anish, unlike most other chess prodigies, , is less active in chess and attends school regularly. He mostly plays in chess tournaments during holidays and weekends"


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The hostile attitude of conquering nature ignores the basic interdependence of all things and events---that the world beyond the skin is actually an extension of our own bodies---and will end in destroying the very environment from which we emerge and upon which our whole life depends.