Kramnik Scores 2nd Win as Topalov Misses Mating Attack Print
Monday, 25 September 2006 00:00
Vladimir Kramnik won the second game in the World Chess Championship Match 2006 in Elista, Kalmykia, Russia to lead 2:0. In one of the most exciting attacking games in top level chess, Vesselin Topalov playing white essayed a strong kingside pawn storm but missed mating chances twice. Kramnik escaped and managed to win. See the details, comments, photos and games archives on the Official Site of the Match. Photos of the second game are also published.

Vladimir Kramnik won the second game in the World Chess Championship Match 2006 in Elista, Kalmykia, Russia to lead 2:0. In one of the most exciting attacking games in top level chess, Vesselin Topalov playing white essayed a strong kingside pawn storm but missed mating chances twice. Kramnik escaped and managed to win. See the details, comments, photos and games archives on the Official Site of the Match.

Photos of the second game are also published.

 
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