The 2008 Anand – Kramnik Times for Game 11

This article lists the times taken by Anand and Kramnik for the moves of the 11th and final game of their 2008 World Chess Championship Match in Bonn.  Anand needed a draw to win the match; he got it today.

Game 11, October 29th, 2008

    Anand          Kramnik
    White          Black
 1. e4    (1:59)   c5   (1:58)
 2. Nf3   (1:59)   d6   (1:58)
 3. d4    (1:59)   cxd4 (1:58)
 4. Nxd4  (1:59)   Nf6  (1:58)
 5. Nc3   (1:59)   a6   (1:57)
 6. Bg5   (1:58)   e6   (1:57)
 7. f4    (1:58)   Qc7  (1:56)
 8. Bxf6  (1:56)   gxf6 (1:56)
 9. f5    (1:56)   Qc5  (1:51d)
10. Qd3   (1:42)   Nc6  (1:49)
11. Nb3   (1:38)   Qe5  (1:47d)
12. O-O-O (1:34)   exf5 (1:36d)
13. Qe3   (1:17)   Bg7  (1:11d)

14. Rd5   (1:02)   Qe7  (1:09)
15. Qg3   (0:58)   Rg8  (0:59d)
16. Qf4   (0:52d)  fxe4 (0:49)
17. Nxe4  (0:50)   f5   (0:48)
18. Nxd6+ (0:49)   Kf8  (0:48d)
19. Nxc8  (0:44)   Rxc8 (0:48)
20. Kb1   (0:42d)  Qe1+ (0:42)
21. Nc1   (0:40)   Ne7  (0:33d)
22. Qd2   (0:39)   Qxd2 (0:32)
23. Rxd2  (0:39)   Bh6  (0:32)
24. Rf2   (0:36)   Be3= (0:27)
    ½-½   (0:36)

‘=’ indicates that the player offered a draw with his move.

‘d’ with the time notation indicates that the player departed from the board right after making his move.

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Our agents must know how to blend in to their surroundings, in order to maintain cover. Here is a photo of Agent Chronicle doing just that. He or she was picked up by Chess Base on their web site.

As you can see, Agent Chronicle is in this photo and blending in to the surroundings, on the final day of the match:
Chronicle Blending in on the last day.

 

 

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