The eleventh game of the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship will begin on Friday, December 10, after a rest day on Thursday. GMs Magnus Carlsen and Ian Nepomniachtchi played a quiet draw in the tenth game and the match score is currently at 6.5-3.5.
Nepomniachtchi will have the White pieces in game 11 in what is sure to be an exciting encounter, as Nepomniachtchi must be aiming for a win. Be sure to tune in to Chess.com’s live broadcast at 4 a.m. Pacific Time/13:00 Central European Time on Friday, December 10.
How to watch game 11 of the 2021 FIDE World Chess Championship live
Three-time U.S. Champion GM Wesley So will be joining the post-game broadcast for game 11. Don’t miss out on this world-class player discussing the match!
Be sure to compete in our vote contest before the start of the game for a chance to win $3,000! Every day during the FIDE World Chess Championship, you can vote the result of the game on our Events page. Just go to go.chess.com/FWCvote, and cast your vote for a chance to win $3000!
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