Peligroso Patzer: <Udit Narayan: Exceptional game from Anand!!!>
Hear! Hear! The tactics just sparkle.
After <17. Qb4+>, possibly slightly more resistance could have been offered by <17. … c5>, but that move potentially walks into the following marvelous tactic:
<17...c5 18.dxc5 Qxf3> (This greedy move is not even close to best, but Black might reasonably conclude at this point that he may as well grab material to have something to compensate for White’s scorching attack, which he cannot expect to survive regardless of what he plays here.) <19.c6+ Kd8 20.Qd4+ Ke8 21.Re1+> (For some reason, this is as far as the authors go in the variation given in the notes in <Battle of Bonn: Anand vs. Kramnik: the Undisputed 2008 World Chess Championship>, by IGM Raymond Keene and FM Eric Schiller, Impala Film Division ©2008, at pp. 46-47, (simply concluding here with the comment “and wins”); but the next move pair is well worth giving, as follows:
<21. … Kf8>, which brings about this position: