Draw-ful World Championship at the End of Round 3

And they saved a win for another day, as Round 3 of the World Chess Championship 2016 between the World Champion Magnus Carlsen and the Challenger Sergey Karjakin ended in yet another draw. That’s a total of 3 draws in 3 games.

That, after Carlsen lost his winning edge on his 72nd move with 72.Rb7?. Replay the game below: Replay »

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