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World Chess Championship Mexico 2007 - Final standings, results

Last round 14 (29 Sep)
Anand - Leko 1/2
Kramnik - Aronian 1-0
Morozevich - Gelfand 1/2
Svidler - Grischuk 1-0

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Final Standings:
Nr. Name (Rating)PointsRP
1. Anand (2792)92860
2-3. Gelfand (2733)82812
Kramnik (2769)82806
4. Leko (2751)72752
5. Svidler (2735)6,52726
6-7. Morozevich (2758)62694
Aronian (2750)62695
8. Grischuk (2726)5,52670
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Viswanathan Anand is World Chess Champion!

Viswanathan AnandViswanathan Anand is the World Chess Champion! In today's game against Leko he chose not to take the risk and draw was agreed on move 20. He leads with 1,5 points (with 1 game more than others) and holds the first place.

Other games are in progress...
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WCC Mexico 2007 - The last round but one

Peter Leko beats Russian grandmaster Alexander Morozevich at last but one round of WCC Mexico 2007. After the game Leko had to pass a drugs test. So Morozevich had to confront the press by himself.
When asked where he thought he had gone wrong, Alexander replied that his chess understanding was not good enough to answer the question.
All other games were drawn.
A game before the end Viswanatan Anand has a clear point at the top.

Round 13 /games/
Leko, Peter		-  Morozevich, Alexander	1-0	Sicilian Rauzer
Gelfand, Boris - Kramnik, Vladimir 1/2 Queens Gambit
Aronian, Levon - Svidler, Peter 1/2 English Opening
Grischuk, Alexander - Anand, Viswanathan 1/2 Anti-Meran Gambit
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Mexico 2007 World Chess Championship - theoretical chances for Gelfand

Two rounds before the end of The World Chess Championship in Mexico, Israelian super-grandmaster Boris Gelfand kept real chances for the title. There is only a point between him and Viswanatan Anand.
Gelfand won against Aronian, and Anand drown his game against Svidler. Leaders both had played with black pieces.

Round 12 /games/:
Kramnik, Vladimir	-  Leko, Peter		1-0	Catalan
Morozevich, Alexander - Grischuk, Alexander 1-0 English Opening
Aronian, Levon - Gelfand, Boris 0-1 Anti-Meran Gambit
Svidler, Peter - Anand, Viswanathan 1/2 Ruy Lopez

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Mexico 2007 World Chess Championship - Round 12

Round 12 (27 Sep):
Svidler - Anand
Aronian - Gelfand
Morozevich - Grischuk
Kramnik - Leko

Live games R12:
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Mexico 2007 World Chess Championship - Round 11 - Millions of Indians and chess fans can be proud with Anand

Today (26 Sep 2007) is a rest day!
Round 11 - 25 Sep
Anand - Morozevich 1-0
Gelfand - Svidler 1/2
Grischuk - Kramnik 1/2
Leko - Aronian 1/2

Schedule R12-14:
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Mexico 2007 WCC - Round 10 - Does anybody can stop Anand?

Armenian strongest chess grandmaster Levon Aronian had won against Alexander Grischuk in Queen Gambit game.
The game between world champion Vladimir Kramnik and Viswanatan Anand was drawn for 41 moves.
Other two games were also drawn.

Round 10 /games/:
Aronian, Levon		-  Grischuk, Alexander	1-0	Queen's Gambit
Gelfand, Boris - Leko, Peter 1/2 Catalan
Kramnik, Vladimir - Anand, Viswanathan 1/2 Anti-Meran Gambit
Svidler, Peter - Morozevich, Alexander1/2 Caro Kann

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Mexico 2007 WCC - Round 10 - Game of the day: Kramnik-Anand

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Mexico 2007 World Chess Championship - Round 9 - Morozevich beats Kramnik, Grischuk beats Gelfand. Kramnik-Anand is today!

Round 9 - 23 Sep
Anand - Aronian 1/2
Grischuk - Gelfand 1-0
Leko - Svidler 1/2
Morozevich - Kramnik 1-0
   
Round 10 - 24 Sep
Kramnik - Anand
Aronian - Grischuk
Gelfand - Leko
Svidler - Morozevich
   
Standings after R9
1. Anand 6
2. Gelfand 5
3-5. Grischuk, Kramnik, Leko 4,5
6-7. Morozevich, Aronian 4
8. Svidler 3,5

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If Kramnik wins the 2007 World Championship:
* The 2008 World Championship will be a match between Kramnik and Topalov.
* The 2009 World Championship will be a match between the 2008 World Champion, and the winner of the 2007 World Cup.

If Kramnik does not win the 2007 World Championship:
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Mexico 2007 World Chess Championship - Live games Round 9

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