Viswanathan Anand feels winning the Candidates title has given him fresh motivation needed to avenge last year's loss to World No 1 Magnus Carlsen, when the two meet in the World Chess Championship title clash later this year.
"If I had been dropped into the match that would have one thing, but qualifying for it gave me a morale boost. It will be a different match.
It is very unlikely that we both would try to do the same things. Obviously I will try to learn from things that went wrong and I have many impressions that I will think about when I train," he said.
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