Kramnik protestiert gegen die FIDE-Entscheidung und... spielt!

02.10.2006 – In einem offenen Brief an den FIDE-Präsidenten hat Vladimit Kramnik die Ereignisse in Elista aus seiner Sicht resümiert und gegen die Entscheidung der FIDE, die fünfte Partie zugunsten von Topalov zu werten, protestiert. Es sei außerordentlich schwierig, unter diesen Umständen einen Wettkampf um die Weltmeisterschaft zu spielen. Da die weitaus größte Mehrheit in der Schachwelt jedoch auf eine Fortsetzung des Wettkampfes und eine Wiedervereinigung hoffe, habe er sich entschlossen, den Wettkampf dennoch - unter Protest - fortzuführen. Text...

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FIDE President H.E. Kirsan Iljumshinov

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WCC Appeals Committee

Official statement and protest on the decision made by FIDE

On 2 October 2006 my manager received the following decision from FIDE:

“Tomorrow, 2 October 2006, at 15.00, the 6th Game of the World Chess Championship Match a Topalov-Kramnik with the score 3:2 in favour of Kramnik, will take place.”

Based on this decision I make the following statement:

  1. I inform that I am ready to proceed playing the match by reserving all my rights. My further participation will be subject to the condition to clarify my rights regarding game 5 at later stage.

  2. I do not agree with the decision made by FIDE and I formally protest against it.  The decisions made on my requests, especially  -  the resignation of the Appeals Committee  -  open the toilets to the restrooms again are chrystal clear admissions of FIDE of having taken a false decision. Logically FIDE admits herewith that it was a mistake to start game 5 by violating the rules and regulations of the competition and by changing the agreed playing rules and conditions during the match without my approval.            

  3. I deeply regret the unsportsmanlike and unequaled behaviour of my opponent whom FIDE donated a victory outside of the board by using dirty tricks. 

  4. High level functionaries inside FIDE once again were making the professional part of the chess world a disgraceful playground of their own interests. I strongly believe and hope that the course of these events made it obvious to everyone that drastic changes with regard to the professional management structures inside FIDE are evident.

By deciding just a couple of hours ago I had to assess between my personal interests and the interests of the entire chess world. It is very difficult to play under these circumstances. But I came to the conclusion to proceed under protest because I do not want to disappoint the overwhelming majority of the chess fans which are hoping for the unification since so many years.

I also had in mind the people of Kalmykia which are doing their utmost to organize this match on the highest level possible.

Last but not least I would like to thank very much for all the support I experienced during these days.

Elista, 2 October 2006

Vladimir Kramnik

Classical World Chess Champion

 

 

 

 



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