Today could be the decisive round in the World Chess Championship. With just two rounds remaining, only three players are in contention for first place:
Vishy Anand with 8.0 (4-0-8)
Boris Gelfand with 7.0 (3-1-8)
Vladimir Kramnik with 6.5 (2-1-9)
Gelfand is White against Kramnik, while Anand is Black against Grischuk. The action starts at 2 p.m. CST. Games can be viewed at the ChessMexico site.
Update: As of a little after 4 p.m. today, Gelfand and Kramnik drew after 26 moves.
Gelfand now has 7.5 (3-1-9)
Kramnik has 7.0 (2-1-10)
Grischuk and Anand are in the endgame at their thirty third move.