In the latest Chesspro report Tiviakov got to say something you can’t say too often (unless you’re Anand).
Kramnik wasn’t prepared in the opening, and didn’t go for the main lines. He chose a sideline and then didn’t know what to do. We ended up with a position where white had to play for an attack and give mate. If he couldn’t give mate then positionally white would be bad. And as I played solidly, defending against direct threats, Kramnik eventually ended up “lost”. I thought that I was winning by force, but in time trouble I missed the moves h3 and Be4.