At the Unibet Norway Chess Tournament, Stavanger that has started on June 2nd and will continue till June 13th has been providing its audience enough chance to enjoy the game completely.
However, the round four of the Norway game became comparatively dull than previous games. Mainly two games stood out from the rest, the match between Caruana and Giri was quite interesting and finally it resulted in a strange draw. Karjakin somehow turned around a game that was not going on his side and thus further it led him into a win. More interesting were the Mindball games that the players participated on the free day.
Round Four results
Simen Agdestein 2628 ½-½ Vladimir Kramnik 2783
Fabiano Caruana 2791 ½-½ Anish Giri 2752
Veselin Topalov 2772 ½-½ Magnus Carlsen 2881
Levon Aronian 2815 ½-½ Peter Svidler 2753
Sergey Karjakin 2771 1-0 Alexander Grischuk 2792
Agdestein, Simen ½-½ Vladimir Kramnik
Agdestein holds his fourth draw in a row and Kramnik remains in a solid second place with +1.
Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ Giri, Anish
It was one of the interesting games. At the end of the games both Giri and Caruana were able to annihilate the opponent's plan and the game finished with a draw.
Topalov, Veselin ½-½ Carlsen, Magnus
Topalov provided some interesting moves and Carlsen responded by grabbing pawns.
Aronian, Levon ½-½ Svidler, Peter
With perfect defence the Russian managed to get a to some extent worse endgame that he had absolutely no problem holding.
Karjakin, Sergey 1-0 Grischuk, Alexander
Karjakin, Sergey2771–Grischuk, Alexander2792
Besides participating in the world game of chess, the players also enjoyed some recreational activities during the free day, as we all as visited the Scholastic Tournament that was being held. The players were fascinated by a "Mindball" game which calculated brain activity to move a ball. The winner was the one whose brain activity overpowered to the other.