Norway Chess: Viswanathan Anand beats Wang Hao of China

Oslo [Norway]: Indian Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand proceeded his winning  in the Norway Chess tournament as he beat China’s Wang Hao in the 3rd round to continue to be in addition to the standings.

Anand managed a stunning win versus Globe no. 1 Magnus Carlsen on Monday, adhered to by 3 straight gain previous globe champion Veselin Topalov, Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, and also Hao.
After the regular classical match wrapped up in a tie after 39 actions, the 52-year-old Anand won the Armageddon (premature death game) early on Friday.

With the win over Wang Hao Anand signed up the third consecutive win in the competition, after having beat Frenchman Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and also Bulgarian Veselin Topalov in the very first two rounds. The previous world champ beat Hao in just 44 actions, bringing his matter to 7.5 factors. He is carefully adhered to by Wesley So of the USA, that remains in 2nd place with 6 factors, as well as previous Globe Champ Magnus Carlsen, that is in third location with 5.5 factors.

In the various other suits of the day, Frenchman Vachier-Lagrave beat Norwegian Aryan Tari, as well as Anish Giri shared factors with So, attracting the classic and Armageddon games, while Shakhriyar Mamedyarov defeated Topalov in the untimely end.

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