Nepomniachtchi and Carlsen drew another game for the world title

Nepomniachtchi and Carlsen drew the seventh game of the world title match with Norwegian Magnus Carlsen. This was reported by the correspondent.

Chess players for the sixth time during the tournament failed to identify the strongest. At the end of the seventh meeting, the score was 4: 3 in favor of Carlsen. The next time the grandmasters will meet on December 5 at 15:30 Moscow time.

In the previous record-long game, Nepomniachtchi lost to the Norwegian. The game took 136 moves and lasted almost eight hours.

The duel consists of 14 classical chess games. If, based on their results, the winner is not determined, the chess players will play a tie-break. To win the title, an athlete needs to score 7.5 points. A draw is estimated at 0.5 points, and a victory is estimated at one point.

Nepomniachtchi is playing for the world title for the first time in his career. Carlsen is the current holder of the world chess crown.



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