Chennai: World number one Magnus Carlsen on Tuesday termed the drawn third game of the world championship match against Viswanathan Anand here as scary but insisted that it was not a disaster for him in any position.
Speaking at the post-game conference after drawing the third game as white, Carlsen though agreed that things did not go his way right from the start of the middle game.
"I think I made a couple of misjudgments in the middle game, my position was worse and then I made it even worse. I underestimated this plan with 'b5' giving up the Bishop. I did not have any idea what was happening next, just happy to survive," the 22-year-old Norwegian said.