Here's the game:
I wonder what prompted Radjabov to play 83.Nxa5. The position might have been lost anyway, but that sure made Magnus' life easier!
Also, I wonder what made him play 48.Rxb7. The position is definitely still drawn after that, but wouldn't it have been a much simpler position to hold if Radjabov had kept the rooks on the board and had just continued to shuffle his rook along the 8th rank? It don't see how black could have made any progress or after that.
This puts both Kramnik and Carlsen at 8.5/13. According to Chessbase's calculations, Kramnik will almost certainly win the tiebreaks in the event of a tie after tomorrow's game, so it seems there's now a high probability of a Carlsen/Anand match.
The outcome of the Ivanchuk/Kramnik match tomorrow will be particularly interesting.
Edit: I thought RJHinds would like this:
In the post-game conference, Svidler explained that his choice of play had been designed around psychological analysis more than chess. He felt that the Ukrainian would be steering for a principled continuation, and that is why, in a French Advance, he deliberately went for a very double-edged continuation at the cost of a pawn. Although he had great play for his risk, he never needed to work out the hardest lines as Ivanchuk’s flag fell on move 30.