Vladimir Kramnik versus Peter Leko 2004

Classical World Chess Championship Match 2004 in Brissago, Switzerland

Vladimir Kramnik (Russia) - Peter Leko (Hungary) Results: 7 : 7

Peter Leko became a chess grandmaster in 1994 at the age of 14 and qualified by winning the Candidates Tournament in 2002

The fourteen-game match ended 7:7 and Kramnik retained the world title. Each player won two games.

Vladimir Kramnik vs Peter Leko - Spanish Game: Marshall Attack

Kramnik vs. Leko | Classical World Championship 2004 - Game 14

Grandmaster Varuzhan Akobian examines Game 14 of the lineal 2004 world championship match between Vladimir Kramnik and Peter Leko. Kramnik had to win this final game to tie the series and retain his title.

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