World Chess Championship, game 6: Viswanathan Anand loses again, Magnus Carlsen leads 4-2

Last Updated: Saturday, November 16, 2013 - 17:03

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Chennai: Magnus Carlsen registered his consecutive win against Viswanathan Anand in Game 6 of World Chess Championship to take a 4-2 lead in the tournament.

All moves:

MOVE 67: Anand: Ra8 II Carlsen: Rg1

MOVE 66: Anand: Ra3 II Carlsen: Kf4

MOVE 65: Anand: Ra2 II Carlsen: Kf3

MOVE 64: Anand: b4 II Carlsen: f2

MOVE 63: Anand: Ra3 II Carlsen: Ke2

MOVE 62: Anand: c4 II Carlsen: f3

MOVE 61: Anand: gxh3 II Carlsen: rg6

MOVE 60: Anand: Ra4 II Carlsen: h3

MOVE 59: Anand: Rxc4 II Carlsen: f4

MOVE 58: Anand: Rc8 II Carlsen: Ke3

MOVE 57: Anand: Rg8 II Carlsen: Kf4

MOVE 56: Anand: Kh2 II Carlsen: Kg5

MOVE 55: Anand: Rf8 II Carlsen: Rf4

MOVE 54: Anand: Rc8 II Carlsen: Rg4

MOVE 53: Anand: Rf8 II Carlsen: Rf4

MOVE 52: Anand: Rg8 II Carlsen: Kh5

MOVE 51: Anand: Rb8 II Carlsen: h4

MOVE 50: Anand: Kh3 II Carlsen: Kg5

MOVE 49: Anand: Rxb5 II Carlsen: Re4

MOVE 48: Anand: Kh4 II Carlsen: Re6

MOVE 47: Anand: Rc5 II Carlsen: f5

MOVE 46: Anand: Kg3 II Carlsen: Rb6

MOVE 45: Anand: Rd5 II Carlsen: Kg6

MOVE 44: Anand: h5 II Carlsen: gxh5

MOVE 43: Anand: h4 II Carlsen: Kf7

MOVE 42: Anand: Rd6 II Carlsen: f6

MOVE 41: Anand: Rd5 II Carlsen: Rb7

MOVE 40: Anand: Qxe7 II Carlsen: Rxe7

MOVE 39: Anand: Qxd6 II Carlsen: Rxe3

MOVE 38: Anand: Qg3 II Carlsen: Rxe4

MOVE 37: Anand: Qf3 II Carlsen: Re6

MOVE 36: Anand: Kh2 II Carlsen: Kg7

MOVE 35: Anand: Qf4 II Carlsen: g6

MOVE 34: Anand: Qg4 II Carlsen: Kh7

MOVE 33: Anand: Kh1 II Carlsen: Qe7

MOVE 32: Anand: Qf3 II Carlsen: Qc7

MOVE 31: Anand: Rxd4 II Carlsen: Re5

MOVE 30: Anand: Qf5 II Carlsen: exd4

MOVE 29: Anand: Rd1 II Carlsen: Qc6

MOVE 28: Anand: Rxa1 II Carlsen: Qb7

MOVE 27: Anand: d4 II Carlsen: Rxa1

MOVE 26: Anand: Kh2 II Carlsen: c4

MOVE 25: Anand: Rf1 II Carlsen: c5

MOVE 24: Anand: fxe3 II Carlsen: Qe7

MOVE 23: Anand: Qg4 II Carlsen: Bxe3

MOVE 22: Anand: Nxf6 II Carlsen: Qxf6

MOVE 21: Anand: Bxf6 II Carlsen: Nxf6

MOVE 20: Anand: Nhg4 II Carlsen: Bb6

MOVE 19: Anand: bxa5 II Carlsen: Bxa5

MOVE 18: Anand: b4 II Carlsen: a5

MOVE 17: Anand: Ne3 II Carlsen: Qe6

MOVE 16: Anand: Ndf1 II Carlsen: Bb6

MOVE 15: Anand: Nh2 II Carlsen: Qe7

MOVE 14: Anand: h3 II Carlsen: Nbd7

MOVE 13: Anand: axb3 II Carlsen: Nb8

MOVE 12: Anand: Bh4 II Carlsen: Bxb3

MOVE 11: Anand: Nbd2 II Carlsen: h6

MOVE 10: Anand: Bg5 II Carlsen: Be6

MOVE 9: Anand: Bb3 II Carlsen: d6

MOVE 8: Anand: Ba4 II Carlsen: b5

MOVE 7: Anand: Re1 II Carlsen: a6

MOVE 6: Anand: O-O II Carlsen: Re8

MOVE 5: Anand: c3 II Carlsen: O-O

MOVE 4: Anand: d3 II Carlsen: Bc5

MOVE 3: Anand: Bb5 II Carlsen: Nf6

MOVE 2: Anand: Nf3 II Carlsen: Nc6

MOVE 1: Anand: e4 II Carlsen: e5




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I`ve always said the person who wins the world championship this year is the person who does the best job on the circuit, but that does not seem the way it is at the moment.

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