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Five-time world champion Anand who lost his title to Carlsen in 2013 seized the victory at the 34th move after two failures in Games 1 and 2 and managed to restore parity in the 12-game match.
Game 4 will take place on November 12. The winner of the match will be known by November 27.
After the match both grand masters will be offered to play chess with a robot designed by Russian engineer Konstantin Kostenyuk, the father of former world chess champion Alexander Kostenyuk, a local chess official said.
According to Kostenyuk, the robot made in 2009 has never lost to a human since then.