After looking at how Topa beat Aronian (twice rook sacrifice), I believe that he will win the tournament. His game with Anand soon might be the deciding game.
The comment on http://chessgame.com
is really amusing though..
"If we're lucky, we'll get to see more Topalov magic. As we pointed out in our coverage of San Luis, Topalov has been playing a different game lately. It looks a lot like chess, but the rules are slightly different. In this new variant, Topachess (tm), the rooks are worth slightly less
than knights, which are worth slightly less than bishops. On the Lasker scale this would mean a rook is worth around two and three-quarter pawns. At least it would in normal chess, but in Topachess (tm) the pawns aren't worth much either
and should be sacrificed early and often
. That is, unless you can first give up a rook or two
for your opponent's bishops and knights, in which case your remaining pawns can be very handy as connected passers. Clear on the rules yet?"