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>> It is a decisive moment.>> It's a tie game, and another tie game and Woody Harrelson? Two chess masters are locked in a seemingly never-ending spiral of tied games at the World Chess Championships in London, ten games so far.>> C5
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So far, so good.
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>> This has never happened before. The league's been around for 132 years. So the slog between the American Fabiano Caruana and Norway's Magnus Carlsen, attended by celebrity fans, like the actor Harrelson, is a weird one. The winner is supposed to be determined by the best of 12 matches, but usually at least a few individual battles have a clear winner.
00:00:46
Even if they haven't won the war, so to speak. If there is still no victor after 12 matches, they'll enter tie breaker games, which are much the same, but under tighter time constraints.>>
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] For the second time, during the match, The Open Sicilian.>> Whether this is thrilling nonstop action or the most boring thing ever depends on your perspective, but in a way, both sides are winners.
00:01:10
They already get to split the $1.1 million prize 60, 40.