I have seen a number of Chess Polls from various sites about the World Championship in Mexico City. So far, it seems that Anand is on top of the polls (41% on my poll), followed by Kramnik (35%) and Aronian at a distant third (15%).
I would have to go along with these polls. It can happen in high level events but I would be very surprised if someone other than these 3 would win the World Champion in Mexico City. It is also being discussed on www.ChessDiscussion.com.
What is your take? Who has the best shot of winning other than Anand, Kramnik and Aronian?
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