Alexander Grischuk's habit of offering early draws with White is annoying for the spectators, but a sign that he is frequently unhappy with the positions that he is obtaining.
After a couple of draws, the match is still level, but so far Boris Gelfand has struggled to keep himself in business.
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There is a rest day tomorrow, with the next game being on Monday.
The remaining schedule:
May 22nd: Rest day
Games: Games 4 to 6 are from the 23rd to the 25th of May
26th of May: Tiebreaks followed by the Closing Ceremony.
For more information go to official site : http://kazan2011.fide.com/
Otherwise another useful source is: Fédération Internationale des Échecs
To watch the games live : http://kazan2011.fide.com/live-games.html
The games begin at 3 pm local time
1 pm Paris, Madrid
12 noon London
7 am New York
4 am Los Angeles