zluria: This non-game is actually a pretty important one from the standpoint of chess opening theory and fashion.
In 2007, Shirov introduced this line into GM play with big wins over Jakovenko and Karjakin.
Shirov vs D Jakovenko, 2007
Shirov vs Karjakin, 2007
The Marshall was in trouble. Clearly, no one wanted to play the Marshall only to have to defend a difficult pawn down endgame. Lots of players ditched the Ruy altogether and played the Petroff. Others started playing the Berlin wall variation and Schliemann's defence.
Earlier this year, Jan Gustafsson found a new move in this variation - 14. ... Qf6! which he analyzed out to a draw. This was tested and confirmed in Vallejo-Pons vs J Gustafsson, 2011, which was a swift draw. Now Shirov, the inventor of the whole line, has failed to refute it over the board, and the whole world now knows: The Marshall is back!