Karjakin-Carlsen Game 2 ends in draw

The 2016 FIDE World Chess Championship held in New York on Nov. 11-30

The second game in the World Chess Championship between Russian grandmaster Sergey Karjakin and Norway’s Magnus Carlsen, has ended in a draw.

The score after the second game is 1:1. The third game will be held on Nov. 14, Karjakin will play with the black pieces.

The 2016 FIDE World Chess Championship is a 12-game match between Norwegian World Champion Magnus Carlsen and his Russian challenger, Sergey Karjakin. The Carlsen-Karjakin match is held in New York on Nov. 11-30.

Source: TASS

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