The Challenger, Sergey Karjakin, failed to capitalize on his 1-pawn advantage at the endgame as the World Champion, Magnus Carlsen, held him to a draw after 74 moves of play in Round 9 of the World Chess Championship 2016. [replay]
With 9 games down and 3 more to go, Karjakin is still ahead by 1 point. Match breakdown follows:
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