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While this column is hardly the place for such things, several points that I made also need more explanation. I talked to Garry Kasparov about the matter and he replied with the annoyingly logical answer that he wasn't going to comment on any of it until BGN contacted him formally. Apart from the press conference in Dortmund, nothing has been made available by Braingames. No press release, no updates on their website, no official invitations to the players and their managers. ) Maybe BGN's fax machine has been repossessed?
Rxd6? Rh3 Re2, and Black’s threats are irrefutable. Ra7+ Kg8 The forced line has resulted in a position in which White might as well declare perpetual check, because he has nothing else for the sacrificed pawn. Both of the opponents played well, and this draw is a legitimate outcome. Notkin Adams habitually avoided a theoretical discussion and gained a slightly better position in the opening. Further on, Leko’s play looked much more serious. It seemed likely that Peter was going to outplay his opponent, but he yielded to the temptation of playing a combination that resulted in a rook ending in which Black’s advantage vanished into thin air.
Kramnik dominated, but Anand was just not there, only the shell of the Indian GM. This shell knows the openings, plays fast, and wields good technique, and so demonstrates a 2600-2650 level. However, there was not the ability to fight to the last or search for tactical chances when defending tough positions, nor the legendary resourcefulness so characteristic of Vishy. It looks like Anand has just one desire left – to finish the tournament as soon as possible. He did succeed – it was all over by move 39.
2001 Dortmund Tournament Book