And it’s going to be down to a one-game showdown, with the World Champion, Magnus Carlsen, playing white, against the Challenger Sergey Karjakin, in the World Chess Championship 2016, as Round 11 ended in another draw, the 9th in 11 games.Replay »
The last round, Round 12, will determine who will be the World Champion, or whether we’re headed to a tiebreak playoff.
Match breakdown follows:
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Replay Game 11 below:Replay »