Daniel King's video analysis: Wei Yi vs Anish Giri

by Daniel King
7/20/2016 – Anish Giri rarely loses but in round six of the "Masters" in Bilbao he did lose against Chinese prodigy Wei Yi. With the notoriously solid Berlin Defense. Now Wei Yi is known to be especially strong with White but what exactly went wrong? Did Wei Yi find a way to challenge the Berlin or did Giri blunder in a drawn endgame? Daniel King takes a closer look.

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TommyCB TommyCB 7/21/2016 04:31
A few things were missed in the analysis:

29...Kd5?? (29...c4=)

30. c3=??

30. b3! is winning,
30...Kd4 31. g5! (threat is 32. g6!) 31...g6 (31...Kd5 32. Kf3) 32. Kf3 Kc3 33. f5!
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