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In the shorter formats (rapid especially, and blitz) Anand was always particularly good. It is quite amazing that he is still able to win world titles in these formats at 48.
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At the Norway chess tournament, Anand finished joint 2nd. He only lost to Fabio Caruana who won the tournament. Even Magnus Carlsen finished behind him. So a bit of a recovery for the maestro.