World Chess Championship: Viswanathan Anand's Game 4 Against Magnus Carlsen Ends in Exciting Draw

Viswanathan Anand drew Magnus Carlsen in Game 4 to stay level at the World Chess Championship being played in Sochi.

Updated: November 13, 2014 00:55 IST
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Anand and Carlsen in action at the World Chess Championship.

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Sochi: World chess champion Magnus Carlsen and title challenger India's Viswanathan Anand Wednesday decided to split points after 47 moves in their fourth game of the title match held in Russia. (Highlights)

At the end of the fourth game, both players have two points each in the 12-game match.

"Anand started off quite sharply and got into a fine position, but eventually he switched rather unnecessarily to defence. It seems though that he managed to defend it after all," world No.7 and Grandmaster Anish Giri told IANS.

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