Kasparov, who was guest of honour for Friday’s match, said: “What I think with Vishy is that he has lost motivation. Gelfand hasn't won a single game against Vishy since 1993. As for Vishy, I think he’s sliding downhill these (last) years. He wants to win, he knows he’s a better player, but it’s not enough.” Anand and Gelfand are scheduled to battle again on Sunday.
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