Garry Kasparov versus Viswanathan Anand 1995

PCA World Chess Championship Match 1995 in New York
Garry Kasparov (Russia) – Viswanathan “Vishy” Anand (India)
Results: 10.5 : 7.5

Kasparov won this twenty-game match with four wins, one loss and thirteen draws and kept the (PCA) title. In my eyes and in the eyes of many chess players only he was the real world chess champion.

Anand vs. Kasparov, 1995 – Game 9 – 1:0

After eight draws in his 1995 world championship match against Garry Kasparov, Viswanathan Anand seized the lead with a fantastic win in game nine.

Kasparov vs. Anand, 1995 – Game 10 – 1:0

Anand vs. Kasparov, 1995 – Game 13 – 1:0


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