World Chess Championship: After 64 moves Game 4 also ends in draw
Zee Media Bureau
After high drama, match four of World Chess Championship between defending Champion Viswanathan Anand and challenger Magnus Carlsen also ended in a draw. After 64 moves, both decided to end today's game at Hotel Hyatt Regency in stalemate.
Defending champion Viswanathan Anand and Magnus Carlsen will face each other in the fourth game of the World Chess Championship in Chennai today.
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On Tuesday, the third game of the championship between Anand and Carlsen ended in a draw. However, unlike the first two games that failed to produce any thrill, India’s Anand gave his Norwegian Carlsen some food for thought even when playing with black pieces.
The third game lasted 51 moves and there was a point during the game when Anand looked to move ahead of his young opponent but Carlsen recovered by averting the impending danger and ended up confessing that he was ‘scared’.
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