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Viswanathan Anand added another feather to his cap when he successfully defended his World chess crown in Bonn on October 29.

The Indian ace beat Russia's Vladimir Kramnik 6.5-4.5 in a one-sided contest to emerge champion with a round to spare. Anand also became the first champion in the history of the game to win the World Championship in all possible formats.

Here's celebrating the 38-year-old's success.

Features
'Anand took a gamble and it worked'
'Against Kramnik, not taking a risk is a risk'
'Divine help brought a wonderful son to us'
Vishy Anand's moment of glory
'My son is best in the world'
Vishy Anand, as never before!
'I am aiming for 2800 Elo points'
My son, the world champion
Millennium Special: Vishy Anand
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Anand crowned world champion
'A great job done, my son'
More relieved than happy: Anand
Congratulate Vishy Anand
Vishy Anand takes decisive lead
Anand takes decisive 3-point lead
Anand gears up to defend world title
Kasimdzhanov to assist Anand
Anand wins 11th Mainz title
Anand joins 2800 club
Anand scales to No 1 after victory
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