Anand in quarters of London Chess Classic; to meet Vladimir Kramnik

Vishwanathan Anand claimed three wins in the first four games to enter the knockout stages.

updated: December 14, 2013 17:50 IST
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London: After making it to the knockout stage, former world champion Viswanathan Anand settled for a draw against co-leader Michael Adams of England in the sixth and final preliminary game of London Chess Classic here on Saturday.

Anand and Adams are tied for the top spot in the prelims on 12 points each under the soccer-like scoring system that gives three points for a win and one for a draw.

Both Anand and Adams scored three victories and three draws apiece to make it to the knockout stage of this 150000 Euros prize money tournament.

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