3 responses to “Topalov, Didier Drogba and romanticism in chess”

  1. Isn’t it a bit sad that Topalov moves to a town in a different country, just because it’s convenient for his manager’s wife? Shows how socially isolated he is, and dependent on Danailov. Makes you want to forgive the more prickly aspects of his personality.

  2. “my GP, has forbidden me my favorite shrimps, lemon, wine and beer, so now I watch the matches with soft drinks and coffee”

    That sounds like torture for losing the match.

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