Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Vishwanathan Vishy Anand is the World Champion Again!

All Was Favorable For Mr. Veselin Topalov -- Home Ground Bulgaria, Sharp Moves, Tactic Variations, but The Great Indian Grandmaster Viswanathan Vishy Anand Ended his dreams. The last game eagerly looked by Chess spectators all over the world ended in favor to Vishy Anand Final Result 6.5-5.5. This final blow was so hard that Topalov could just sit in his seat for more than 30 minutes in his seat after Saying "I Resign". Anand once again showed his brilliance by coming back after he lost his first game in the match.

Anand won the FIDE World Chess Championship in 2000 and continued his run till 2002, the world title was split after that. He again became the undisputed King 2007 and then retained the title in 2008, when he beat Vladimir Kramnik.

Viswanathan Anand will receive 1.2 million euros (about $1.5 million at current exchange rates). Topalov’s share of the prize fund is 800,000 euros, or about $1 million.

We have to wait and see how his hometown Chennai will welcome him this time, with elephants or procession ;)

1 comment:

sanya sharma said...

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