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London Chess Classic - Carlsen wins after incredible comeback
The 2nd London Chess Classic was as exciting an event as could be hoped. McShane started like a rocket, to be joined later by World Champion Anand, who seemed a likely candidate to snatch first. Instead, Carlsen, who started with two losses in three, came back with 3.5/4, and his uncompromising play (only one draw) gave him the clear win using London's scoring system. Source: Chessbase.com Games: here