Chennai: Drawing their first two matches after enjoying a minor edge in each game does not mean world chess champion Viswanathan Anand and the title challenger Magnus Carlsen are playing a cat and mouse game, say chess experts.
They are testing each other's match strategies and nerves -- these are some of the views expressed after the two kings of chess signed peace treaty in their first two outings.
"It is certainly not a cat and mouse game. It is actually a fight between two lions," chess grandmaster R.B. Ramesh told IANS.