On Friday night, the World Cup seemed like it was over. After two straight wins in the final, Peter Svidler was just a single draw away from the title.
In Game 1, Svidler's active pieces exploited tactical weaknesses in Karjakin's position.
Karjakin has just played 22...Qe6, which Svidler considered, "the last mistake". How did he take advantage?
In Game 2, Karjakin pressed for t... | Mehr lesen