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Tie-breakers to determine world chess champion of 2018 | Al Jazeera English



A series of tie-breakers will be played to decide the new world chess champion after a remarkable match between grandmasters Magnus Carlson and Fabiano Caruana in London.
The final match of the 12-game series between champion Carlson and his challenger Caruana also finished in a draw, just like the previous encounters of the championship.
Al Jazeera’s Lee Wellings has more from London.

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9 comments

  1. Armaggedon would be totally awesome and would catapault chess to unprecedented levels.

  2. Play League of Legends ya scrubs.

  3. They will both check into a caffeine rehab center after the match.

  4. Still they're losing from AI..

  5. A first! A shared championship? Hmmm. Dumb tiebreaker!😂🤣

  6. Just as well Campomanes isn't there to say they're both exhausted.

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