Poll: Who will win the match? And will there be a tie-break?
16.10 Hamburg / 10.10 New York: What we all would like to know: "Who is the favorite to win this thing?"
16.02 Hamburg / 10.02 New York: "What's your main reply after 1.e4 besides e5?" And, ahem..., any novelties prepared?
12.58 Hamburg / 6.58 am New York: Press conference snippets part 1 - analysis
12.58 Hamburg / 6.58 am New York: Press conference snippets part 2 - questions
11.29 Hamburg / 5.29 am New York: Yannick Pelletier did a round up show on game 11 on playchess.com. Watch it here.
11.20 / 5.20 am: Some remarkable pictures by Max Avdeev:
Sergey Karjakin being scrutinized
Last glance before the game
Magnus Carlsen arriving backstage
Last regular White for Sergey Karjakin
A Ruy Lopez unfolds
12.15 Mumbai / 7.45 Hamburg / 1.47 New York: Peter Svidler has experienced this variation in depth in his own games. ChessBase India reports on the eleventh game with key positions and analysis by 12-year-old prodigy Nihal Sarin: A Tale of Two Pawn Structures.
23.24 / 17.24: Draw - after 34 moves game 11 ended in a draw by perpetual check. With one game to go the score is 5.5-5.5.
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