Boris Gelfand managed to maintain some tension with his kingside fianchetto against the Grünfeld Defence (generally known as a Neo-Grünfeld). Alexander Grischuk sought piece activity, including swinging a rook to h5, but Gelfand countered by expanding in the centre and Black's rook thus became misplaced.
Gelfand pushed his central pawns and Black's loose pieces led to the Israeli obtaining a decisive advantage.
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The Closing Ceremony will be tomorrow.
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