World Chess Championship, Game 4 Live Move updates: Viswanathan Anand vs Magnus Carlsen
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World Chess Championship, Game 4: Viswanathan Anand vs Magnus Carlsen -- As it happened...
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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.

Here are the 64 moves of the day:

MOVE 64: Anand: Rxg4 II Carlsen: axb3

MOVE 63: Anand: Rxe7 II Carlsen: Rxe7

MOVE 62: Anand: Rxg4 II Carlsen: axb3

MOVE 61: Anand: Rxg4 II Carlsen: axb3

MOVE 60: Anand: Rag8 II Carlsen: a4

MOVE 59: Anand: Ra8 II Carlsen: Kb7

MOVE 58: Anand: Rg5 II Carlsen: Rxe7

MOVE 57: Anand: Rd8 II Carlsen: g4

MOVE 56: Anand: Ka3 II Carlsen: Re6

MOVE 55: Anand: Rc8 II Carlsen: Re2

MOVE 54: Anand: R8d7 II Carlsen: Ka6

MOVE 53: Anand: Rd5 II Carlsen: Kb7

MOVE 52: Anand: Red8 II Carlsen: Rge3

MOVE 51: Anand: Rd7 II Carlsen: Kc6

MOVE 50: Anand: Rd2 II Carlsen: Re5

MOVE 49: Anand: Ka2 II Carlsen: g5

MOVE 48: Anand: Rc2 II Carlsen: Ree3

MOVE 47: Anand: Rc3 II Carlsen: Re2

MOVE 46: Anand: e7 II Carlsen: Rg3

MOVE 45: Anand: Rxe8 II Carlsen: Rxe4

MOVE 44: Anand: Ra8 II Carlsen: Kb7

MOVE 43: Anand: Rc8 II Carlsen: Rdd3

MOVE 42: Anand: Kb2 II Carlsen: Re3

MOVE 41: Anand: Kc3 II Carlsen: Rf3

MOVE 40: Anand: Kxd4 II Carlsen: Rd8

MOVE 39: Anand: Rxc7 II Carlsen: Ka6

MOVE 38: Anand: Nd4 II Carlsen: Nxd4

MOVE 37: Anand: Ke3 II Carlsen: Rf8

MOVE 36: Anand: Kf2 II Carlsen: Rf4

MOVE 35: Anand: Ne4 II Carlsen: Rxg4

MOVE 34: Anand: fxe6 II Carlsen: Be8

MOVE 33: Anand: e6 II Carlsen: fxe6

MOVE 32: Anand: Rdc1 II Carlsen: Bd7

MOVE 31: Anand: Rc4 II Carlsen: g6

MOVE 30: Anand: Rc2 II Carlsen: a5

MOVE 29: Anand: Nf2 II Carlsen: Nc6

MOVE 28: Anand: hxg4 II Carlsen: Rh4

MOVE 27: Anand: Nb5 II Carlsen: hxg4

MOVE 26: Anand: f5 II Carlsen: Ne7

MOVE 25: Anand: Nd3 II Carlsen: h5

MOVE 24: Anand: g4 II Carlsen: Bc8

MOVE 23: Anand: Nc3 II Carlsen: Bf5

MOVE 22: Anand: f4 II Carlsen: Kb7

MOVE 21: Anand: cxb3 II Carlsen: Bb1

MOVE 20: Anand: Ndc1 II Carlsen: cxb3

MOVE 19: Anand: b3 II Carlsen: c4

MOVE 18: Anand: Ne2 II Carlsen: Bxa2

MOVE 17: Anand: Nd3 II Carlsen: b6

MOVE 16: Anand: Ne1 II Carlsen: Ng6

MOVE 15: Anand: Rad1 II Carlsen: Be6

MOVE 14: Anand: Rd2 II Carlsen: c5

MOVE 13: Anand: Bxe7 II Carlsen: Nxe7

MOVE 12: Anand: Bg5 II Carlsen: h6

MOVE 11: Anand: Nc3 II Carlsen: Kc8

MOVE 10: Anand: Rd1 II Carlsen: Be7

MOVE 9: Anand: h3 II Carlsen: Bd7

MOVE 8: Anand: Qxd8+ II Carlsen: Kxd8

MOVE 7: Anand:dxe5 II Carlsen: Nf5

MOVE 6: Anand: Bxc6 II Carlsen: dxc6

MOVE 5: Anand: d4 II Carlsen: Nd6

MOVE 4: Anand: O-O II Carlsen: Nxe4

MOVE 3: Anand: Bb5 II Carlsen: Nf6

MOVE 2: Anand: Nf3 II Carlsen: Nc6

MOVE 1: Anand: e4 II Carlsen: e5

Defending champion Viswanathan Anand and Magnus Carlsen will face each other in the fourth game of the World Chess Championship in Chennai today.

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’.

First Published: Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 21:49


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