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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Topalov: I Made Mistake in 2nd Game vs. Anand

Bulgaria: Bulgaria Chess Master: I Made Mistake in 2nd Game vs. Anand
Veselin Topalov claims he lost Sunday's second game with world chess champion Anand because of a wrong move he had made at the very start. Photo by BGNES

The Bulgarian chess master Veselin Topalov admitted that he had started “on a wrong footing” in the second game against the world chess champion.
On Sunday, Topalov lost to his opponent, the Indian-born world chess champion Viswanathan Anand at the 43rd move.
In an interview for one of the biggest Spanish sports dailies, Topalov said that he had planned and started the whole game in a wrong way, adding that the second game was a lot tougher than the first one.
Anand on the other hand commented that he had played well and had concentrated on winning the game after the 28th move.
Topalov won the opening game on the 31st move on Saturday. Thus, the score so far is 1:1 with ten more games to go.
The two chess masters will have a break on Monday, and will face one another again on Tuesday when Topalov will be with the white pieces.

Source: novinite.com

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