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  1. Anand-Grischuk rapid match 2005
    As the "lightning kid" was winning rapid match after match,21 year old Russian super-GM Alexander Grischuk was winning the ordix open-twice. He won it in 2003 and 2004-and tried even in 2005,playing in the ordix open during the day and his match games versus Anand at night.He ended up scoring 9/11,by the way. This match saw a fair share of blunders,with both players missing wins. Anand had the match won by game 7,and took home another green jacket with a 5-3 match win over his youthful Russian opponent.
    8 games, 2005

  2. Anand-Kramnik rapid match 2001
    After winning the 2000 Fujitsu-seimens giants rapid tournament by a huge margin,Anand defended his title at the newly-christened Mainz chess classic in a 10 game match-a tense match that was drawn 5-5. Anand then showed his pure skill at the blitz tiebreaks and won 1.5-0.5
    12 games, 2001

  3. Anand-Polgar rapid match 2003
    In 2003 Anand once again defended his rapid title,this time versus the world's finest female player ever-Judith Polgar from Hungary. The match was close until the final day when Anand put it away with two straight wins to take set and match 5-3.
    8 games, 2003

  4. Anand-Ponomariov rapid match 2002
    Having escaped kramnik in 2001 Anand defended his title in 2002 vs FIDE champion Ruslan ponomariov in an 8 game match. Note is missing one game,a drawn game.
    8 games, 2002

  5. Anand-Radjabov rapid match 2006
    In 2006 Anand had to face yet another young gun-Azeri prodigy Teimour radjabov. The match was close until the final day,when Anand-like he did in 2003-took both games to take home his sixth green jacket.
    8 games, 2006

  6. Anand-Shirov rapid match 2004
    Having beaten off kramnik,Ponomariov and polgar,rapid monster Viswanathan Anand lined up his next victim-his old rival Alexei Shirov,a player Anand had pounded in the 2000 FIDE WCC KO final 3.5-0.5. This time wasn't much different as Anand breezed to a +2-0=6 win.
    8 games, 2004

  7. Dortmund 2006
    From July 29-August 6 eight of the worlds best GMs gathered for the annual Dortmund tournament. Here are the final points: 1.Kramnik 4.5/7
    2.Svidler 4.5/7
    3.Gelfand 4/7
    4.Leko 4/7
    5.Adams 4/7
    6.Naiditsch 3.5/7
    7.Aronian 2/7
    8.Jobava 1.5/7
    28 games, 2006

  8. Fujitsu-seimens giants rapid tournament 2000
    A new chess fan finds that Vishy Anand defends his rapid world title every year in a match at the Mainz chess classic. But how did he attain it in the first place? By winning an incredibly strong rapid tournament in 2000 at the Frankfurt chess classic-which a year later turned into the Mainz chess classic. Anand scored an impressive 7.5/10,a whole 1.5 points ahead of second-place Kasparov.Final points: 1.Anand 7.5/10
    2.Kasparov 6/10
    3.Kramnik 5/10
    4.Shirov 4.5/10
    5.Leko 3.5/10
    6.Morozevich 3.5/10
    30 games, 2000

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