Seventh instalment taking place these days in new York match for the world chess crown between the current champion Norwegian Magnus Carlsen and Challenger for the title with Russian Sergey Karjakin ended in a draw.

On Sunday, the rivals shook hands after the 33rd move. The white pieces played Karjakin.

“It was an interesting party, though not very long. I had an extra pawn, but I have not found the way to victory. In defending Carlsen was too good” – quoted Karjakin portal

The experts noted “inexplicable dull” game champion, as well as the indecisiveness of the applicant in the attack, which he demonstrates throughout the match.

At the end of the seven parties, each of which ended world, in opposition to preserved the original parity – 3,5:3,5. The eighth party will take place on Monday, Karjakin will play black.

Note that in three of the five remaining parties the advantage of the white pieces will have Carlsen.

The winner will be determined in 12 games with classical time control. If the score remain equal, the November 30 will be held the tie-break with a shortened control and, if necessary, blitz.

For the 26-year-old native of Simferopol Sergey Karjakin is the first match for the world chess crown, which Carlsen in 2014 was selected the Indian Viswanathan Anand.

Karjakin and Carlsen in the battle for the chess crown issued the seventh draw in a row 21.11.2016

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