Anatoly21: First look analysis of a pretty entertaining game.
9.Nd2? While not technically a novelty, it is a relatively rare move. 9.Qd2 is much better and for good reason. Black just fails to find the correct continuation later.
10...dxe3? Throwing away equality and giving White the advantage. 10... Qd8! was correct here. For example, 11.cxd4 O-O 12.Rb1 b6 13.Be2 Bb7 and White can only claim a slight advantage. After this blunder, White remains in control for the rest of the game.
13.Kxe3!?. Interesting. 13.Qa4!? Nc6 was another way to go.
19...Be6?! This exchange only helps White with his attack. Better seems 19...Bc8!? since Black keeps the two bishops, threatens Bxf2, and White still has to prove that his Queen is worth a bishop, a knight, and two pawns. White still has the advantage, but considering how things go after 19...Be6, it must be losing.
26...Bd4?! Why not just 26...Nf4!?, trying to hold on to the weak e6 point? Sure, it doesn't save, but you can't just give the point to Aronian for free ...
The entire combination beginning at 27.Qxe6 is sheer genius, especially 29.g3!
All in all, a very instructive game by the Armenian master.