... and Magnus Carlsen is World Chess Champion for two more years.
After a quiet draw in the previous match, Ian Nepomniachtchi had the white pieces, and with his back completely against the wall he had to take some chances. In a wild sequence starting around move 19, Nepo forced the relatively closed position open, after which Carlsen quickly saw that he could sacrifice the exchange for a ferocious attack. 15 moves later, Nepo had defended against the attack, but ended up in a hopeless endgame which Carlsen won with seeming ease.
It was a wonderful match, overall, with many beautiful games.
And it was very exciting to see how the worldwide interest in chess continues to grow!