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Viswanathan Anand defended the World Chess Champion title in Bonn 2008

Chess news 2008/10/29, Minister
Viswanathan AnandViswanathan Anand holds the World Chess Champion title! In today's 11th game (last for WCC 2008) against Vladimir Kramnik in Bonn he agreed to draw the game. Anand holds the Chess Champion title with 6,5-4,5 final score in the WCC 2008 Match.

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