GM Kasimdzhanov Won't Be Helping Anand In the Match Against Carlsen: "Three World Championship Matches Are Enough for Me"

Время публикации: 21.04.2013 20:19 | Последнее обновление: 21.04.2013 21:01

At the press conference held after the third round of the Zug Grand Prix GM Rustam Kasimdzhanov said he won't be in the reigning world champion's coaching team at the upcoming World Championship Match. 

"I think three World championship matches are enough for me. There were all very tough – one tougher than the other. At the end I think I deserved some rest (smiles). I’m a bit worry if the match is going to take place because it was announced to be held in India and Magnus is seriously opposed the idea to play there. If they push it and Magnus gets nervous we can have the situation when Norwegian will just refuse to play, as he had done with previous candidates tournament. It’s a great match and it would be a pity if something happens. I will be happy if they find some neutral ground. On the other hand India deserves to host the World Championship match because Anand has been holding the title for many years. So the situation is difficult," FIDE website cites Kasimdzhanov. 

Let us remind you, according to the agreement another second of Anand GM Peter Heine Nielsen won't be helping neither him nor Calrsen. Thus, it's still unknown who will be in the coaching teams of the champion and his challenger.


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