The second round of the Tata Steel Chess tournament saw all the games were drawn but it never looked like that until near the end. Levon Aronian was surely winning somewhere against Magnus Carlsen who confessed to getting lucky. “I’m not sure if it was winning for him or not but is looked very, very dodgy.” said Carlsen afterwards but he did play very accurately towards the end to get his draw.
- Aronian, Carlsen tie Tata Steel round 2 game (panarmenian.net)
- Aronian, Harikrishna tie Tata Steel Chess 2013 round 3 (panarmenian.net)
- Anand beats Caruana (thehindu.com)
- Anand jumps to joint second spot (thehindu.com)
- Anand held by Anish Giri in Tata Steel chess tournament (thehindu.com)
- World’s strongest ever player (justapawninthisworld.wordpress.com)
- Norwegian chess prodigy, 22, becomes game’s highest-rated player of all time (metro.co.uk)