Russian Sergey Karjakin and the Norwegian Magnus Carlsen played a draw in the eleventh game of the match for the world chess crown, which takes place in new York, according to Chess Base.

Party, in which Karjakin went white, lasted almost three and a half hours. On the 34 th move the players agreed to a draw.

“I’m not very impressed with his play in this game, but happy with draw” – quoted by TASS in a row.

Carlsen, in turn, said that the match develops well for him. “I can say that today I was much calmer than at several previous parties. I’m afraid that if you want to see the art of chess, you should look elsewhere. The challenge now is about getting a positive result,” said the Norwegian.

12th the party will be held on Monday, Karjakin will play with black pieces. According to the results of games played, nine of which ended in a draw, the score is equal to: 5.5 to 5.5.

The penultimate game between Karjakin and Carlsen ended in a draw 27.11.2016

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