Naka's draw was the highlight of the round for me.
All the kibitzers were letting their silicon monsters spin away, and declaring that Anand definitely was, or definitely wasn't, going to win.
In the end, it was Sergey Shipov's level-headed analysis that had the right of it: http://www.chessintranslation.com/live-game/
Of course, I was glad to see Carlsen get toppled by an old geezer like McShane.
And I appreciate how Mickey Adams skirted around the Berlin Wall so effectively.
Didn't pay much attention to Short-Kramnik.
Edit: Here's a nested PGN of Vishy-Naka: