The second DVD begins in 2000, when Anand became FIDE World Champion, and it ends with his victory in the 2007 World Championship in Mexico. Anand not only analyses his best games, but casts a look back at the World Championshp in Delhi/Teheran in 2000 and the years before, he discusses the situation in the Bundesliga and Kasparov's retirement from tournament chess. 4:28 hours playing time.
Mindestens: Dual Core, 2 GB RAM, Windows 7 oder 8.1, DirectX11, Grafikkarte mit 256 MB RAM, DVD-ROM-Laufwerk, Windows Media Player 9, Chessbase14/Fritz 16 oder mitgelieferter Reader und Internetverbindung zur Programmaktivierung. Empfohlen: PC Intel i5 oder AMD Ryzen 3 (Quadcore), 4 GB RAM, Windows 10, DirectX11, Grafikkarte mit 512 MB RAM oder mehr, 100% DirectX10-kompatible Soundkarte, Windows Media Player 11, DVD-ROM Laufwerk und Internetzugang Internetverbindung zur Programmaktivierung.
These two DVDs in which Vishy Anand retells his Career are packed with insightful chess analysis and memorable stories. They are heartily recommended, to every chess player at any level.
Acclaimed as the Fastest Brain in the World, Viswanathan Anand is the world number one and World Champion. Experts rate him as one of the biggest natural talents in the history of the game. In March 2007 he reached the number one spot on the world ranking lists by winning the prestigious Linares tournament. In September 2007 Anand won the World Championship for the second time in his career when in Mexico he became the undisputed World Chess Champion, ending a schism in the chess world which had lasted for many years. If his talent as a rapid chess player is legendary, his records in classical chess have been superlative. In January 2006 he became the only player in the tournament's 70-year history to win the Corus Chess event five times (1989, 1998, 2003, 2004 and 2006). He has won the Linares Super Tournament twice (1998 and 2007), the Dortmund GM three times (1996, 2000 and 2004), and countless other important events like, Madrid Masters, Biel, etc.
Anand - Adams, New Dehli 2000
Anand - Karpov, Prag 2002
Anand - Grischuk, Mexico City 2007