San Luis: Vishwanathan Anand registered his fourth win in 11 rounds he's played at the World Chess Championships being held in San Luis in Argentina. But he continues to remain in third spot behind Bulgarian Veselin Topalov and Peter Svidler of Russia. Anand avenged his loss in the fourth round at the hands of reigning world champion Rustam Kasimdzhanov. It was a game dominated by Anand and was over in 29 moves. The Indian grandmaster now meets Alexander Morozevich in the 12th round to whom he earlier lost in the championship. Meanwhile, leader Veselin Topalov drew his game with Michael Adams but still has a two-point lead over Anand.
Topics : Chess