Magnus Carlsen kept his cards close to his chest ahead of the much-anticipated World Championship match starting on Saturday.
Carlsen took his tally to an unassailable 9.5 points and remains 1.5 points ahead of Anand and Levon Aronian of Armenia.
Anand played out an easy draw with Peter Leko of Hungary in the ninth round of Tata Steel Chess tournament.
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