Carlsen took the lead in game 2, with Anand immediately returning the blow in game 3. The Norwegian took the lead again in game 6 and managed to hold all difficulties in further games, in what turned out to be one of the most exciting matches of the century.
Vishy went “all-in” in game 11, but he did not find the precise continuation in a better position. The game went from won to lost, Magnus Carlsen took the full point and with it the title World Chess Champion 2014. (final standings and statistics)