Prague, Feb 16 : Indian Grandmaster Vidit Gujrathi shared a point with Swedish GM Nils Grandelius in the fourth round of the Masters Category of the Prague Chess Festival here, continuing to lead the standings in the process.
Gujrathi will meet world's top junior Alireza Firouzja in the fifth round later on Sunday.
The other Indian in the 10-player field, P Harikrishna, held Sam Shankland of the US to a draw and will battle it out against Russian Nikita Vitiugov. He had lost to Firouzja in round three.
Gujrathi, who is the second-ranked Indian chess player behind Viswanathan Anand, had to share the honours with Grandelius in a 35-move game.
Harikrishna, on the other hand, went for a Sozine attack against Shankland, but had to sign for peace after 48 moves.