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Anand back on track after crushing Topalov

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LONDON, Dec 9: Five-time World Champion Viswanathan Anand today bounced back from his fourth round loss and beat his former world championship challenger Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria in the fifth round of London Chess Classic, the concluding edition of the Grand Chess Tour.

After suffering a defeat at the hands of Hikaru Nakamura of United States, Anand staged his customary comeback in style, giving an endgame lesson to Topalov who remains on the bottom of the tables.

Yet again, there was just one decisive game and the remaining four ended in draws. Armenian Levon Aronian started out what Nigel Short termed as a �coffee-house� attack against World champion Magnus Carlsen and the game ended in a draw.

Nakamura pressed for an advantage but English Michael Adams remained solid as ever while Maxime Vachier-Lagrave of France signed peace with Anish Giri of Holland after an interesting battle. � PTI

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Anand back on track after crushing Topalov

LONDON, Dec 9: Five-time World Champion Viswanathan Anand today bounced back from his fourth round loss and beat his former world championship challenger Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria in the fifth round of London Chess Classic, the concluding edition of the Grand Chess Tour.

After suffering a defeat at the hands of Hikaru Nakamura of United States, Anand staged his customary comeback in style, giving an endgame lesson to Topalov who remains on the bottom of the tables.

Yet again, there was just one decisive game and the remaining four ended in draws. Armenian Levon Aronian started out what Nigel Short termed as a �coffee-house� attack against World champion Magnus Carlsen and the game ended in a draw.

Nakamura pressed for an advantage but English Michael Adams remained solid as ever while Maxime Vachier-Lagrave of France signed peace with Anish Giri of Holland after an interesting battle. � PTI

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