Former world champion Anatoly Karpov of the Soviet Union and Iceland's Johann Hjartarson played to a draw in game five of the World Chess Championship Candidates quarterfinal, giving Karpov enough points to win the match.
Hjartarson, a 25-year-old grand-master, settled for a draw after the 32nd move Sunday. In a draw, each player receives one-half point, giving Karpov, 37, the 31/2 points needed to win the match. Hjartarson finished with 11/2 points.Karpov receives $50,000 for the victory, while Hjartarson gets $30,000. Karpov now advances to the semifinals to play Artur Yusu-pov, the only other Soviet citizen who competed in the quarterfinals.