2011

London Chess Classic 2011 – pairings

Viswanathan Anand

The London Chess Classic 2011, the strongest tournament in the history of British chess, runs from 3-12 December 2011. The 2800 club makes yet another meeting right after the Tal Memorial and Carlsen, Anand, Aronian, and Kramnik will face each other in a round robin tournament together with Nakamura, Adams, Short, McShane, and Howell.

GM Naiditsch and the Chess Evolution team will join the Chessdom.com commentary for all rounds, while the Chessdom / Chessbomb live games platform will have Houdini analysis of the championship. Official website: www.londonchessclassic.com

London Chess Classic – pairings

London Chess Classic Round one: December 3rd, starting at 14.00

Vladimir Kramnik -Hikaru Nakamura,

Levon Aronian -Luke McShane,

Magnus Carlsen -David Howell,

Michael Adams -Viswanathan Anand.

Nigel Short bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round two: December 4th, starting at 14.00

David Howell -Michael Adams,

Luke McShane -Magnus Carlsen,

Hikaru Nakamura -Levon Aronian,

Nigel Short -Vladimir Kramnik.

Viswanathan Anand bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round three: December 5th, starting at 14.00

Levon Aronian -Nigel Short,

Magnus Carlsen -Hikaru Nakamura,

Michael Adams -Luke McShane,

Viswanathan Anand -David Howell.

Vladimir Kramnik bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round four: December 6th, starting at 16.00

Magnus Carlsen -Vladimir Kramnik,

Michael Adams -Nigel Short,

Viswanathan Anand -Hikaru Nakamura,

David Howell -Luke McShane.

Levon Aronian bye, assisting the commentary

Rest day: December 7th

London Chess Classic Round five: December 8th, starting at 14.00

Hikaru Nakamura -David Howell,

Nigel Short -Viswanathan Anand,

Vladimir Kramnik -Michael Adams,

Levon Aronian -Magnus Carlsen.

Luke McShane bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round six: December 9th, starting at 14.00

Michael Adams -Levon Aronian,

Viswanathan Anand -Vladimir Kramnik,

David Howell -Nigel Short,

Luke McShane -Hikaru Nakamura.

Magnus Carlsen bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round seven: December 10th, starting at 14.00

Nigel Short -Luke McShane,

Vladimir Kramnik -David Howell,

Levon Aronian -Viswanathan Anand,

Magnus Carlsen -Michael Adams.

Hikaru Nakamura bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round eight: December 11th, starting at 14.00

Viswanathan Anand -Magnus Carlsen,

David Howell -Levon Aronian,

Luke McShane -Vladimir Kramnik,

Hikaru Nakamura -Nigel Short.

Michael Adams bye, assisting the commentary

London Chess Classic Round nine: December 12th, starting at 12.00

Luke McShane -Viswanathan Anand,

Hikaru Nakamura -Michael Adams,

Nigel Short -Magnus Carlsen,

Vladimir Kramnik -Levon Aronian.

David Howell bye, assisting the commentary

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