Corus 2008 live commentary with Goran Urosevic
Magnus Carlsen’s yesterday defeat against Vishy Anand allowed Levon Aronian to grab the lead, while Carlsen is now half point behind on tied 2nd place. Kramnik and Carlsen have played three classical games through 2007, in all of them Kramnik had white pieces, just like today. Kramnik is considerably more dangerous on the white side of Catalan than on black side of Petroff. This fact, however, won’t stop Carlsen to dive into complications.
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