"Not a great game."
I thought it was fascinating. Not your average Kramnik type of game at all.
Nak declines a perpetual early doors. (move 23.Nb1 instead of 23.Bb4).
Will be a three fold rep which Kramnik was maybe expecting.
A few moves later Kramnik sacs the exchange for a pawn.
Now was he pushed or did he jump?
Did he have too, did he need to or did he do it just to teach Nak a lesson
for declining the draw.
Nak attacks. Krmanik has to pull off the Queens an exchange down to quell it.
Krammnik sacs a Knight perhaps thinking he will win a Rook with his super
passed d-pawn on the 7th rank. Did he miss Nak's 43.Ne3.
Suddenly Kramnik has three connected pawns and they storm down the board
two of them reaching the 7th rank.
Nak underpromotes to a Knight with a check to maintain winning chances.
If he does not play 62 c8 = N+ then this happens.
Two Knghts and Bishop v a Bishop is a win.
Here is the full game.
Nakamura - Kramnik Turkish Olympiad 2012