Viswanathan Anand was held to an easy draw by Dutch hopeful Jorden Van Foreest in the sixth round of Tata Steel Masters.
Viswanathan Anand remained winless for the fourth round running, while world champion Magnus Carlsen registered his 111th game without losing, surpassing a 15-year-old record.
Koneru Humpy said it was a dream to win a world title but the triumph in the blitz format surprised even herself.
Koneru Humpy, who had claimed the World Women's Rapid Chess Championship title on Saturday, lost the final three games on Day 2 to bow out of the Blitz competition.
The Indian Grandmaster Koneru Humpy outwitted China's Lei Tingjie in a dramatic Armageddon battle to win the Women's World Rapid Chess Championship.
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Two wins and two losses kept Viswanathan Anand on joint fifth position at the Tata Steel Rapid and Blitz Tournament in Kolkata.
Five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand failed to utilise most of his opportunities in the final game as he finished joint sixth while Magnus Carlsen stamped his authority.
Viswanathan Anand is in joint third spot with six points along with Ding Liren of China and Anish Giri of Holland, while Magnus Carlsen is on top with 10 points.
Filipino-American Grandmaster Wesley So said Viswanathan Anand was so intelligent that he could have been something great even if he did not become a chess player.
World Youth Chess Championship 2019: The 14-year-old R Praggnanandhaa won gold in the Open Under-18 category after he played out a draw in the final round against Germany's Valentin Buckels.
India's Grand Master R Praggnanandhaa slipped to second position after settling for a quick draw against top seed Sargsyan Shant of Armenia.
WYCC: R Praggnanandhaa scored a comfortable victory, while Divya Deshmukh suffered a shocking defeat.
WYCC: 14-year-old R Praggnanandhaa and four other Indians advanced to the next round by picking up maximum possible two points so far.
World Youth Chess Championship: Grandmaster R Praggnanandhaa, Woman Candidate Master Mrudul Dehankar and Woman International Master Divya Deshmukh scored emphatic victories in Round 1.
Over the last few years, Indian chess has experienced a boom in terms of young talent.
Viswanathan Anand, who finished a disappointing tied third in the Sinquefield Cup last month, needs 13 points from the remaining two legs in Bucharest and Kolkata.