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World Chess Championship Match 2008 Bonn: Game 4 drawn, Anand leads, Kramnik-Anand on Monday

Chess news 2008/10/19, Minister
The World Chess Championship Match 2008 (WCC Match 2008) between current World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand and the former one Vladimir Kramnik takes place in Bonn (Germany) from 14th October to 02th November 2008.

In the game 4, Anand had white in the Queen Gambit Declined. This game was calmer compared to game 3, which was really impressive. Kramnik equalized on move 27. The game finished in a draw on move 29.

Commentary by Malcolm Pein of game 4 is available on the TWIC site.
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