Kramnik Wins Game 10 to Tie Match 5:5 Print
Sunday, 08 October 2006 00:00
Vladimir Kramnik of Russia won the tenth game of the World Chamionship Match with Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria to tie the score at 5:5 with only two more games left in their 12-game series. Kramnik was first as usual to give a press conference immediately afrter the game, and he pointed out the blunder on the 24th move by Topalov who was visibly upset at his press conference after his 43-move loss. Visit Official Site. View Chessbase coverage. Vladimir Kramnik of Russia won the tenth game of the World Chamionship Match with Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria to tie the score at 5:5 with only two more games left in their 12-game series. Kramnik was first as usual to give a press conference immediately afrter the game, and he pointed out the blunder on the 24th move by Topalov who was visibly upset at his press conference after his 43-move loss. Visit Official Site. View Chessbase coverage.
 
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