In Game 6 of the World Championship match between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana in London, we saw an exchange of Queens early in the game. By move 46, we saw an imbalance in the position so that white was up three pawns in exchange for a piece. But the inevitable cannot be avoided. The game nevertheless ended in another draw.
Live video coverage (with commentaries) of the Round 6 of the World Chess Championship 2018 in London between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana.
We actually have two video coverage, so take your pick.
The fifth round of the World Championship match between Fabiano Caruana and the defending world champion Magnus Carlsen in London may have been tense, having the black king wander around the board reaching white’s third rank at c3 and d3 before going back to safety at f5, but the game nonetheless ended in another draw. I guess we have to save blood for another day.
Replay Game 5 below:
Wesley So shares his thought process among the puzzles (blindfold at that) in this video:
The 2018 World Chess Championship in London is a third of the way through, and we are yet to see blood. All four games are drawn so far.
Replay the Game 4 and ended in another draw below:
Game 3 of the World Chess Championship 2018 in London ended in a draw. Watch a grandmaster’s analysis of the game below:
The opening round of the World Chess Championship 2018 may seem to have concluded unceremoniously, but that Magnus Carlsen missed a winning line if he instead just played 38… Rg3.
Let the following video explain how it could have ended differently:
Replay the full game below: