Chess World Cup final: Second game between R Praggnanandhaa and Magnus Carlsen also ends in draw
The winner of the Classical Chess at the Federation Internationale des Echecs (FIDE) World Cup final will now be decided tomorrow through tiebreaker matches.
The second game between Indian grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa and Norwegian Magnus Carlsen ended in a draw today at Baku, Azerbaijan.
Carlsen drew the first game of classical chess after 35 moves with the Indian prodigy yesterday. In the tiebreaker games, there will be shorter time control games to decide the winner.