ChessBase just published an article about Topalov. Here is a part of the interview:

What happened before the fifth game?

Topalov: We got the videos of what Kramnik was doing between every move. He was going to the bathroom many times and his behavior was very suspicious.

They accuse you of trying to disturb him because he was winning.

Topalov: We never wanted to stop the match. There were clear indications of cheating [“Había claros indicios de trampa”]. You look at that tape and it puts the fear into you. It’s not just how many times he went to the bathroom, but how he went. Many times he came out, came to the board and moved instantly.

He alleges health problems.

Topalov: That’s a lie (“Mentira”). I drank more than he did and didn’t go to the bathroom so often. We protested, but the committee, which had sided with us, was fired.

They say it’s inconceivable that the rival team had access to private video.

Topalov: They also saw my video. They followed my every step and everyone who was with me. And if he’s not doing anything wrong, what’s the problem?

The full article can be read here.
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