Norwegian world chess champion Magnus Carlsen and Indian title challenger Viswanathan Anand Monday signed a peace treaty after fighting for over six hours and making 122 moves in the seventh round of the world title match held in Russia. (Full Chess Coverage)
The game was one of the longest in the history of World Chess Championship.
At the end of the seventh round, Carlsen leads the 12-round match with four points to Anand's three points.
On Tuesday, Anand will play with white pieces in the eighth round.
Carlsen had defeated Anand in the world championships played in Chennai last year.