- Carlsen misses winning chance in Game 9 – as it happened
- Best-of-12-games match knotted at 4½-all after nine draws
A freshly bruised Magnus Carlsen came dangerously close to landing a decisive blow in Wednesday’s ninth game of his tightly wound defense of the world chess championship against Fabiano Caruana, until a moment of impatience allowed his opponent off the hook and left the best-of-12-games match in a 4½-all deadlock.
Written by Bryan Armen Graham
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