Originally posted by greenpawn34gelf and and an and.
Israel might take it on. If not they can come round my house and play.
I'd like to to see it take place in Geneva. Then I could write;
Gelfand and Anand are shaking hands in Switzerland.
Originally posted by watchyourbackrankThey should abondon these blitz tiebreaks ... this is classical chess ... not blitz.
Grischuk came as underdog into the matches.
Grischuk planned to draw all regular games.
Grischuk planned to win all tiebreaks in blitz.
He almost completed the mission but in the end:
Originally posted by atticus2Maybe a rich Israeli? There are a few.
Anand v. Gelfand in 2012
Now that isn't going to happen, is it? Who'll stump up £1 mill, or $1 mill, or €1 mill, or even one million bottle tops for that match?
Lend Anand v. Angus McArlson - in London, with the Olympics. That's more like it!