Classical World Chess Championship 1995

The Classical World Chess Championship 1995, took place from September 10 to October 16, on the 107th floor of the South Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The championship featured a twenty-game match between the reigning champion, Garry Kasparov, and the challenger, Viswanathan Anand. Initially structured as the first man to reach 10 points, with Garry Kasparov retaining the title in case of a tie, the event concluded after eighteen intense rounds. Kasparov emerged victorious with a notable performance, securing four wins, enduring one loss, and battling to thirteen draws.

Garry Kasparov – Viswanathan Anand: 10, 5 – 7,5

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Classical World Chess Championship 1995
Classical World Chess Champion 1995 Garry Kasparov

Classical World Chess Championship 1995