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    Anand beats Topalov in R2

    Anand beat Topalov in R2 converting a win in the endgame. Kasparov-Kasimdhanov was a draw.{br}{br}View the Entire Article{br}
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    Looking at the game Vellego verses Kasparov for about a minute I could not see why White resigned? It's White's move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by antichrist
    Looking at the game Vellego verses Kasparov for about a minute I could not see why White resigned? It's White's move?
    i just looked game a few moments back.
    at the end kasparov comes out 2 pawns ahead after all the tactics
    (ie. qxg2 qb6 or kxg2 qd5)

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    I seen it now.
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