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THE TEN BEST CHESS PLAYERS

Chess is an iconic game of intelligence and requires utmost concentration. Let us now have a look at the list of top ten chess players of all the times. Our Indian champion Viswanathan Anand received a chess board themed cake from an ardent fan designed by a Flowers And Cake Delivery company. https://rafaelleitao.com/top-ten-chess-players/ link will help us know in detail about the chess players who ruled the game.

Bobby Fischer
He was brilliant at the chessboard but ruined his bright career. He became a grandmaster at the mere age of fifteen, rare in his times. He Skipped many international games between 1968 and 1970. He defeated the most celebrated player Petrosian four times in a row creating history.

Garry Kasparov
He had the ultimate opening preparation and was the reigning king for several years. His game and style were unique and different. In a match against Karpov, a young Kasparov defeated him by five games unanimously. After he started playing like Karpov, the match was canceled after months because the scores were leveled. At last, Kasparov won after a new game was arranged.

Alexander Alekhine
He is considered to be greater than Capablanca because of his superior preparation moves and plans. He chose his positions in such a way that he was much ahead of his time. Alekhine considered Kasparov to be his ideal and their styles were also similar.

Jose Raul Capablanca
He had a natural talent,and his moves came quickly to him making him overconfident and a bit lazy. He used to play chess since the age of four and was inspired by his father. He is a mythological figure in the game of chess.

Magnus Carlsen
He is known to be the Mozart of chess and the youngest grandmaster. He achieved many laurels at the age of 26. He does not rely on opening preparation and goes with theoretical moves. Many other grandmasters study the lines after twenty moves but not Carlsen.

Anatoly Karpov
He was the world champion in the period 1975-1985. His only loss was against Karpov. He used to concentrate only on his play and never paid attention to his opponent’s moves. He used to be unmoved in any situation and displayed unusual brilliance.

Viswanathan Anand
Anand is a genius born only for chess. He was the most significant rival of Kramnik. His aura and sheer presence could make finish off even the toughest of duals in ten minutes. He was in the top five spots for almost twenty years.

Vladimir Kramnik
He was the only person to beat Kasparov by winning all the sets in a match. He had his share of controversies. He changed the classical game of chess with his enigmatic moves. He lost against Shirov in 1998. He was the top five contenders for many years.

Mikhail Botvinnik
Karpov and Kasparov were his disciples,and even though he was not an active world champion, his contribution to the game of chess is memorable and valued. He is considered as the Patriarch of Soviet chess school.

Emanuel Lasker
He held his champion title for 27 years and was the dearest friend of Sir Albert Einstein. His strategies are the best till now and would bet on the fear and insecurities of his opponents. His moves are physiological.

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