World Chess Cup 2013 Final: Kramnik Leads Andreikin 2-1 in Tromso
The second game of the final match witnessed a cautious Andreikin trying to break Vladimir Kramnik's defences. Andreikin failed to capitalise on a risky continuation by Kramnik and the game ended in a draw. The third game of the final match was another draw on Sunday. Andreikin did not go for any complications and played safe enough to steer the game to an easy draw. Kramnik on his part had no reason to try and win as he is already leading in the match.
The FIDE World Cup is a knockout, starting with 128 players, with two games (90 min for 40 moves + 30 min for the rest, with 30 seconds increment) between pairs of players. The tiebreaks consist of two rapid games (25 min + 10 sec), then two accelerated games (10 min + 10 sec), and finally an Armageddon.