It's crunch time in Elista. Game 11 begins in a few hours with the match tied at 5:5 and two games to go, plus tiebreaks. Topalov has White today and we have seen three decisive contests in a row. Topalov lost game 10 with a monumental blunder.
Several new documents up at Chessbase.com. Hensel - rather needlessly from what I can tell - sends in a recap of Kramnik's complaints in order to prepare the ground for legal and PR action in case Kramnik loses. (I rather doubt he'll insist on replaying game 5 should he win the match. It would be amusing to play with a loss in hand, however!) Also, nice photographs and report from Elista by Savinov.
Update: Game drawn. Kramnik broke in the center and held easily, even having the superfluous better of the draw by the end. He'll have white in Thursday's final regulation game. The press release linked to above makes explicit that Kramnik won't recognize Topalov's victory should he lose the match.
Kasparov: "29.Bxe6 fxe6 30.Rb3 with an eventual b5. Maybe not real winning chances for White, but Black has some problems and b7 is weak. White can play for win with no risk. Can you imagine facing Karpov with white in that position?"