Guess the chess game… and can you say what is the significance of this game?

Former World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand defied critics, smashed competition and won the Chess Candidates 2014 in Khanty Mansiysk on Saturday with a round to spare. Anand held his ground and went through the toil of holding Russia’s Sergey Karjakin to a draw despite the latter having a better position. Levon Aronian – a point behind Anand – suffered a shock loss to Dmitry Andreikin leaving Anand with a clear tournament victory. Read a full report on Chess Blog. Replay all the games of Round 13 with Chess King.


Dmitry Andreikin – Levon Aronian

Result: 1-0
Site: Khanty-Mansiysk, RUS
Date: 2014.03.29
[…] 1.d4 ♘f6 2.♗g5 g6 3.♗xf6 exf6 4.c4 ♗b4+ 5.♘d2 c5 6.a3 ♗xd2+ 7.♕xd2 cxd4 8.♘f3 ♘c6 9.♘xd4 ♘xd4 10.♕xd4 ♕a5+ 11.b4 ♕e5 12.O-O-O a5 13.b5 d6 14.♕xe5+ dxe5 15.g3 ♗e6 16.♗g2 ♗xc4 17.♗xb7 ♖b8 18.♗c6+ ♔f8 19.a4 ♗b3 20.♔b2 ♗xa4 21.♖d5 ♔e7 22.♔a3 ♗c2 23.♖d7+ ♔f8 24.e4 a4 25.♖c1 ♗b3 26.♗d5 ♗xd5 27.♖xd5 ♔g7 28.♖c7 ♖b6 29.♖c6 ♖b7 30.♔xa4 ♖a8+ 31.♖a6 ♖c8 32.b6 ♖c2 33.♔b5 ♖xf2 34.♔c6 ♖e7 35.♖aa5 ♖e6+ 36.♖d6 ♖e7 37.♖dd5 ♖e6+ 38.♔c7 ♖e7+ 39.♔c8 ♖e8+ 40.♔d7 ♔f8 41.b7 ♖e7+ 42.♔c6 ♖e6+ 43.♔c7 ♖e7+ 44.♔b6