The world's chess winner will be determined after excavation. Magnus Karlsen and Fabiano Carouana Champion scored in the last match between them.
The game went into history after both did not defeat once. They finished six points after the 12 games.
In the last one, the experts, including former world champion Garry Kasparov, gave the exchange as "stunning". The reason for this was that Karlsen's decision made a motion pulling on the movement 31, although it was in a better position and with more time.
In the light of this magnificent magnifying motion by Magnus in a higher position with more time, I reconsider my appraisal of it as the favorite in rapids. There is a huge need for rotational nerves and it seems to be losing its nerves.
– Garry Kasparov (@ Kasparov63) November 26, 2018
"I was not necessarily looking for the maximum," said Carlsen in London, quoted by the Guardian.
"I wanted a situation to get assurance, but also to put pressure on it." If the payoff was not a satisfactory result, we will deal with it differently, "said the Norwegian and played with the black. Carouana said he was" a little surprised "by the proposed draw.
There is now a day off, and on Wednesday there will be a fast chess set by the champion.
"After this magnificent motion by Magnus, who was in a better position with more time, I reassess his opinion that he is the favorite for the parties (fast chess)." Tybeck requires incredible nerves and it seems to be losing them, "Kasparov wrote in Twitter.