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Topalov Keeps Atop World Chess in Argentina
12 Oct 2005
Topalov Keeps Atop World Chess in Argentina
San Luis, Argentina, Oct 4 (Prensa Latina) Bulgarian Vesselin Topalov is commanding the Word Chess Championship taking place in the Argentine province of San Luis.

Topalov, who has won three matches in a row, beat Russian Peter Svidler on Monday.

In other games, Vishwanathan Anand-Peter Leko, Judit Polgar-Alexander Morozevich and Michael Adams-Rustam Kasimdzhanov, agreed to draw.

On Tuesday, Polgar will face off with Topalov and Anand will play against Svidler. Adams vs. Morozevich and Kasimdzhanov vs. Leko complete games of the six round.

Viswanathan Anand, Veselin Topalov, Peter Leko are among the five highest-ranked players on the July 2005 FIDE rating list, but none of them currently hold any championship title.

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