Anand wins 4th game at world chess championship

10:03, April 29, 2010      

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Defending champion Viswanathan Anand of India defeated Bulgarian challenger Veselin Topalov at the 32nd move in the fourth game of the FIDE world chess championship here on Wednesday.

After Catalan opening as it was in the second game won by Anand, Topalov tried to find better solution but he made a crucial mistake at 24th move and soon he resigned.

The Indian chess star, playing with whites, achieved his second victory in the series while Topalov managed to win only the first game on April 24. The third one finished tie.

The fifth game is scheduled on Friday.

Who scores 6.5 points first will win the title.



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