ganstaman: <Topzilla> Why do you hate everyone that draws more than Topalov does? I decided to do a little math to see just how drawish Leko and Kramnik are compared to Topa. Here are the stats:
Draw Percentage: Topa: 44.2%, Kramnik: 54.4%, Leko: 56%
Win Percentage: Topa: 36.2%, Kramnik: 35.6%, Leko: 27.3%
Loss Percentage: Topa: 19.6%, Kramnik: 9.9%, Leko: 16.6%
So Leko and Kramnik only draw a little more than half their games while Topa draws a little less than half. It's really not like they play only for a draw. Also, those stats for Kramnik are amazing. He wins so slightly less than Topa does, but he also loses nearly 10% less of the time. Seems that instead of losing, Kramnik is able to get a draw, while Topa doesn't really win more with his riskier play. Leko does sacrifice his win percentage in order to keep his loss percentage lower, but still, 56% draws is not that boring.
Maybe you are just unable to understand solid, positional chess?