World Champion Viswanathan Anand retained the world crown by taking another draw with challenger Vladimir Kramnik of Russia in the 11th game of the world championship match in Bonn this Wednesday. Anand, who led 6-4 after ten games, needed only a draw in one of the two remaining games to emerge champion once again. And he did the victory dance . Though his fans were bit worried when Anand lost the 10th game , if he hadn’t lost it : he would have won it right there , but thats ok . The final score was 6.5 – 4.5. A proud moment for India ! World chess champion Viswanathan Anand says he is more relieved than happy after retaining the most coveted title defeating Vlamidir Kramnik of Russia in Bonn, Germany. Anand, who etched his name among the all time chess greats after winning the world championships in three formats — knock-out, round-robin and matchplay, said it was a big challenge to win the 12-game match.