World Chess Championship 2012 video preview for Anand – Gelfand match by GM Danielsen.
This is a video from the signing of contracts for the Gelfand Anand 2012 match. The match will take place on 10–31 May 2012 in the Engineering Building of the State Tretyakov Gallery. Gelfand Anand 2012 (video) Signing of contracts, video by Eugene Potemkin.
The World Chess Championship 2012 will be a match between the current world champion Viswanathan Anand of India and Boris Gelfand of Israel, winner of the Candidates tournament. The match will take place on 10–31 May 2012 in the Engineering Building of the State Tretyakov Gallery More about Anand Gelfand 2012 Anand – Gelfand 2012 [...]
Today is videos day on Chessdom.com and we present you 24 hours of special video coverage of the last months. It includes interviews with the AAI, Leon, and Commonwealth players by the renowned video producer Vijay Kumar, key moments analysis of the Candidates matches, Bazna Kings tournament, and Sigeman by GM Henrik Danielsen, and more!
Carlsen, Nakamura, Karjakin, Ivanchuk, Radjabov, and Nisipeanu went on to decide the qualifier for the Grand Slam Final 2011 which will take place this year in Bilbao and Sao Paulo.
Multiple games from the Candidates Matches finished in a draw, but that certainly does not represent the quality of the games. Many of them was very instructive, starting with the opening and continuing with the middlegame tactics, and most of games can find a place in quality chess textbooks. At the following links GM Henrik Danielsen presents a video analysis of all games from the Candidates, with their key moments, exciting nuances and concrete ideas. 3 hours of free Grandmaster video lectures based on the Candidates, enjoy!
The months of May and June were special due to the fact that two closed tournaments for young talents were organized – Sigeman and Co 2011 and AAI Grandmaster Invitational. GM Danielsen provides once again video analysis, while the renowned producer Vijay Kumar presents daily interview with the players at AAI. How a grandmaster young talent approaches a game, see in the following links.