Norway chess 2022: Viswanathan Anand vs Anish Giri ends in draw; Magnus Carlsen strikes into lead

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Indian maestro Viswanathan Anand drew his sixth spherical contest towards Anish Giri of the Netherlands within the Classical part of the Norway Chess match.

The classical match resulted in a draw after which the Armageddon resulted in stalemate early on Tuesday to depart Anand on 11.5 factors and in second place. World champion Magnus Carlsen roared to the highest spot with a victory over Azerbaijan’s Shakhriyar Mamedyarov to take his tally to 12.5 factors after six rounds.

Norway Chess 2022: Anand claims win over world champion Carlsen; leads standings

The classical match between Anand, enjoying black, and Giri noticed the 2 gamers shaking fingers for a draw after 35 strikes in an English Variation sport.

Within the ensuing Armageddon (sudden dying tie-break), the duo battled for 45 strikes earlier than it resulted in a draw. As per Armageddon guidelines, the participant enjoying black is deemed to have received the sport if it ends in a draw.

The 52-year outdated Indian famous person, who had shocked Carlsen within the earlier spherical, takes on Teimour Radjabov in spherical eight.

Attracts galore

Barring the Carlsen-Mamedyarov conflict, all the opposite matches resulted in attracts within the spherical. The Norwegian world No.1 defeated his Azerbaijan opponent in 56 strikes.

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In different matches on the day, France’s Maxime Vachier-Lagrave beat China’s Hao Wang by way of the sudden dying tie-break whereas Wesley So (USA) bought the higher of Norwegian Aryan Tari. Veselin Topalov drew with Radjabov within the Armageddon to share honours.

Within the ongoing Norway Chess match, the gamers participate in an Armageddon (sudden dying) in case of a draw within the classical sport.

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