The world chess crown is determined after a winning tiebreak. Champion Magnus Karlsen and Fabiano Carouana also scored goals in their last match.
The game went down in history after being defeated twice. After 12 games they finished six points.
Finally, experts, including former world champion Garry Kasparov, considered the relay as "shock". The reason for this was that Karlsen decided to draw in the 31st move, although he was in a better position and had more time.
In the light of this shocking draw from Magnus, I'm reviewing the evaluation of being a favorite in my report in a superior position with more time. Tiebreaks need tremendous nerves and it seems he's losing it.
– Garry Kasparov (@ Kasparov63) November 26, 2018
"There was no need to look for maximum," said Carlsen of London, quoted by the Guardian.
"I wanted a position to have security, but I also tried to put pressure on it." If satisfaction was not a satisfactory result, I would approach him in a different way, dedi said Norway, playing with blacks, Carouana said, sonuç a little surprised by the proposed drawing. Eğer
Now let's one day and on Wednesday, the champion will have an accelerated chess match that will determine.
"I'm revisiting the idea that after the shocking offer of Magnus, who has been in a better position with more time, he is the favorite of (speedy chess) parties." "Tybeck needs incredible nerves and seems to be losing them," Kasparov wrote in Twitter.