Topalov Wins Game 8 to tie Match 4:4 Print
Thursday, 05 October 2006 00:00
Vesselin Topalov won game 8 of the World Championship Match to tie Vladimir Kramnik at 4:4. Kramnik gave the exchange and had two Rooks against Topalov`s Rook and two Knights. Topalov weaved a mating net and Kramnik resigned in 52 moves after four and a half hours of play. Visit Official Site. View Chessbase coverage. After the game, Kramnik, first to give a separate press conference, smilingly expressed confidence he would still win the match. Vesselin Topalov won game 8 of the World Championship Match to tie Vladimir Kramnik at 4:4. Kramnik gave the exchange and had two Rooks against Topalov`s Rook and two Knights. Topalov weaved a mating net and Kramnik resigned in 52 moves after four and a half hours of play. Visit Official Site. View Chessbase coverage. After the game, Kramnik, first to give a separate press conference, smilingly expressed confidence he would still win the match.
 
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