Checkmate? No, not yet

Published on 23 Nov 2018 11:29:41 PM

Two chess masters are locked in a never-ending spiral of tied games -- 10 so far -- at the World Chess Championships in London. It's the longest streak of draws to ever hit the league's 132-year history.
American Fabiano Caruana and Norway's Magnus Carlsen are in a way winners where they already get to split the €$1.1 million prize, 60-40.