Viswanathan Anand could not fetch a win till the very end as he settled for another draw in Chess Masters.
Having drawn the first eight games, Anand was expected to hold fort against Carlsen but the Indian ace cracked under pressure.
Anand played out his seventh draw in as many games, signing peace with world number two Levon Aronian of Armenia.
Viswanathan Anand could not break the ice for the third day running and drew with Fabiano Caruana of Italy in the third round.
With four rounds still to come in the Final Chess Masters, Vassily Ivanchuk is at the helm with 13 points.
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