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World Championship Match: Anand vs Topalov 20 April 2010

The match between World Champion Vishwanatan Anand (India) and challenger, former World Champion, Veselin Topalov (Bulgaria) for World Champion title is going to be held in Sofia from 21st April to 12th May.

The total prize fund is €2,000,000 — €1,200,000 for winner and € 800,000 for the runner-up.

Format: 12 games with classical time control. If total score is tied after 12 games (6-6), 4 rapid games are played. If these are also tied, 2 blitz games are played. If these are also tied, up to 5 similar blitz series are held. If there is still no winner, the ‘armageddon’ blitz is held.

Game days: 24th, 25th, 27th, 28th, 30th of April, 1nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 11th of May and 13th of May for tie-breaks. Game 1 starts at 14.00 UTC. All other games start at 12.00 UTC.

ChessOK is going to broadcast live with Rybka Aquarium commentary.

Games: Game 1 [download PGN], Game 2 [download PGN], Game 3 [download PGN], Game 4 [download PGN], Game 5 [download PGN], Game 6 [download PGN], Game 7 [download PGN], Game 8 [download PGN], Game 9 [download PGN], Game 10 [download PGN], Game 11 [download PGN], Game 12 [download PGN]

Final score: Anand - Topalov 6,5-5,5.
Anand has won the match and retained the World Champion title!

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