Vishy vs. The Pilsbury Dough Boy
On the first board(boards are in random order) we saw Viswanathan Anand(Vishy) taking down yet another rival, The Pilsbury Dough Boy, Peter Svidler. In what looked like an even game, the Pilsbury Dough Boy opted for some odd BS and got crushed by the number 1 rated player in the world, from India, who dispite some poor play in a few of his games(especially his near loss in the game against The World Champion, Vladimir Kramnik), is now alone in the lead.
Gatorade Boy vs. Moro
On board two we saw the youngest participent in the tournoment, Alexander Grischuk(Gatorade Boy), take down the always entertaining Alexaner Morozevich(Moro). Moro got a nice looking attack, as always, but Grischuk managed a nice counter and took the initiative. Moro's positon soon deterieriated after which Gatorade Boy quickly finished him off.
The always "exciting" Leko and Kramnik
Leko vs. Kramnik
On board three Peter Leko and Vladimir Kramnik quickly drew in a fairly unexciting game.
A very :) Aronian
Aronian vs. Gelfand
On board four we saw the longest game of the day, where Levon Aronian, saw his tournament go from bad to worse as he played some odd bs around move 25 and got destroyed by the oldest player in the tournament Borris Gelfand.
Current Standings:1. Anand 3.5/5
Note by Zorgon: Excuse Jasons grammar and spelling. (I corrected this one.) Writing is not his strong point, and English is not his first language. However, he has very many good viewpoints, which is why I brought him here.