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    London Chess Classic 2012

    The extremely strong London Chess Classic was held in London, England December 2012.  Magnus Carlsen won with 18 soccer-style points (3 points for a win, one for a draw) out of 8 games.  Next was Vladimir Kramnik with 16 points and following were Nakamura and Adams with 13 points.  Next Anand with 9, Aronian with 8, Polgar 6, McShane 5, and Gawain Jones rounded out the field with three points.

    This Course presents all the thirty six games, many of which are annotated.  Enjoy.

    • 1Nakamura - Kramnik...
    • 19Polgar - Jones...
    • 2Anand - McShane...
    • 20Anand - Kramnik...
    • 3Jones - Adams...
    • 21Carlsen - Aronian...
    • 4Adams - Kramnik...
    • 22Carlsen - Polgar...
    • 5Jones - Nakamura...
    • 23Adams - Polgar...
    • 6Nakamura - Adams...
    • 24Polgar - Nakamura...
    • 7Jones - Anand...
    • 25Adams - McShane...
    • 8Kramnik - Jones...
    • 26Kramnik - Polgar...
    • 9McShane - Carlsen...
    • 27Nakamura - McShane...
    • 10Polgar - Aronian...
    • 28Aronian - Nakamura...
    • 11Aronian - Anand...
    • 29McShane - Aronian...
    • 12Kramnik - McShane...
    • 30Adams - Carlsen...
    • 13McShane - Jones...
    • 31Aronian - Adams...
    • 14Carlsen - Anand...
    • 32McShane - Polgar...
    • 15Jones - Aronian...
    • 33Anand - Nakamura...
    • 16Polgar - Anand...
    • 34Anand - Adams...
    • 17Nakamura - Carlsen...
    • 35Aronian - Kramnik...
    • 18Kramnik - Carlsen...
    • 36Carlsen - Jones...
  • Author
    Mark Ginsburg

    Mark Ginsburg received his IM title in 1982.  He has played against many Grandmasters in the USA and in Europe.  His peak USCF rating was 2578 in 1993.