Third draw in a row for Giri at Tata Steel
Anish Giri has Monday for the third time in a row with a draw played at the international received from Wijk aan Zee.
It succeeded the Dutch grandmaster is not to be with the black pieces of the Pole Radoslav Vojtaszek to win. After 41 moves ended the game in the third round in a tie.
The 22-year-old Giri, who for the ninth time at Tata Steel Chess play, was also a draw match with the American Wesley So, and the Russian Sergeyj Karyakin.
The latter picked up Monday for the first time a point by Loek van Wely beat. The Dutch use had to for the second time in a row, a defeat to collect. A day earlier, the Ukrainian grandmaster Pavel Elyanov too strong. That goes with two victories still in the lead.
Defending champion and five-fold champion Magnus Carlsen came Monday along with the Russian Dmitry Andreykin. The Norwegian world champion was met with black after 27 moves a draw.