facts and figures from a chess career

Linares 2009

Posted by Stefan on March 7, 2009

As in Corus Radjabov finished even with Aronian, but -1 was below expectations even if he scored a nice win in Radjabov-Aronian. Position before 21. Bxh6:


As Aronian Radjabov made the mistake of trying to blitz Grischuk from a promising position when the latter was in bad time trouble, and it ended up with Grischuk winning both games and eventually also the title on tiebreak. For the first time in six years Radjabov lost against Anand, but still has a decent career score of +2 -2 =9 against the World Champion.



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