It's a draw!Was it precise defense by Anand or inaccurate play or blunder by Chukky or were the comp evals misleading/difficult for human play?
I think it was none of these. If you look at the critical moments of the game, Anand played rather nonchalantly -- first giving up the black bishop without batting an eyelid; then doubling up on the f-file and having isolated doubled pawns on the g file; then Kf8 when the a passer was looking killing. Nobody would do these things unless one knows the outcome for sure.
I think it's entirely a played out draw from home for Anand. He merely verified things on board today; didn't play it. Only Ivanchuk was playing and had to work hard for so many hours in pure futility.