Friday, October 14, 2005
And after a long think, Kasim played 42. R8xd5. It was a draw in another 5 moves. What a game! Quite possibly the most exciting game of the tournament - considering the situation. By drawing today, the Bulgarian maestro secures the crown. Whatever one may think of the World Championship title, Veselin Topalov played the most tremendous chess and he deserved to win. All hail Topa!
Posted by The Closet Grandmaster at 7:29 am