Alekhine Chess Memorial 2013 R4: Levon Aronian – Peter Svidler 1-0

World’s number 3 Levon Aronian picked up his second win in the event during the fourth round. That’s quite a comeback considering Aronian began the tournament with a loss in the first round. He beat Vladimir Kramnik in the second and drew with Viswanathan Anand in the third round. Aronian was all ready for Svidler’s Gruenfeld and played precisely to force Svidler to resign. Replay the game with Chess King.

Aronian, Levon (2809) – Svidler, Peter (2747)

Result: 1-0
Site: Paris, FRA
Date: 2013.04.24

[…] 1.d4 ¤f6 2.c4 g6 3.¤c3 d5 4.¤f3 ¥g7 5.cxd5 ¤xd5 6.e4 ¤xc3 7.bxc3 c5 8.¦b1 O-O 9.¥e2 b6 10.O-O £c7 11.¥g5 e6 12.£d2 ¥b7 13.£e3 ¤d7 14.¥f4 e5 15.¥g3 ¦ae8 16.d5 f5 17.¥h4 h6 18.exf5 gxf5 19.¦fd1 £d6 20.¤d2 £g6 21.£g3 £xg3 22.hxg3 ¥f6 23.¥b5 ¦e7 24.¥xd7 ¦xd7 25.¥xf6 ¦xf6 26.c4 ¦g7 27.¦b3 ¦g4 28.¦c1 ¦d4 29.¤f3 ¦e4 30.¦a3 a6 31.¦b3 b5 32.¦b2 ¦f7 33.cxb5 axb5 34.¦xc5 b4 35.d6 ¦d7 36.¦d2

One Response to “Alekhine Chess Memorial 2013 R4: Levon Aronian – Peter Svidler 1-0”

  • M. Aver, Berlin says:

    Very precise play indeed. It’s good to see Aronian back in the winning considering he had lost in candidates. Sorry for Svidler. His Candidates 2013 victory over Carlsen in last round is memorable.

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