Kramnik Keeps 2 Point Lead with Draw in Game 4 Print
Thursday, 28 September 2006 00:00
Vladimir Kramnik held on to his 2 point lead as he drew game 4 with black against Vesselin Toplov in the 12-game World Championship Match in Elista, Kalmykia, Russia. Topalov came out fighting, sacrificed a pawn and emerged ahead in the endgame but agreed to a draw after 54 moves and more than five hours of play. See the schedule of games and watch exciting games live in the Official website of the event: www.worldchess2006.com. See also Chessbase coverage.

A glass screen shields the stage from the spectators. The hall is darkened and only the stage is lit. To obscure movement in the crowd from bothering the players, special lighting was added to reflectorize the glass.

Vladimir Kramnik held on to his 2 point lead as he drew game 4 with black against Vesselin Toplov in the 12-game World Championship Match in Elista, Kalmykia, Russia. Topalov came out fighting, sacrificed a pawn and emerged ahead in the endgame but agreed to a draw after 54 moves and more than five hours of play. See the schedule of games and watch exciting games live in the Official website of the event: www.worldchess2006.com. See also Chessbase coverage.

 
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