The 18th Leon tournament is underway in Spain. Anand, Shirov, Kasimdzhanov, and the wunderkinder du jour, Magnus Carlsen, are the players. A typically over-developed and under-functional Spanish chess website hides this interesting and brief rapid event made up of three mini-matches.
Anand is consistently terrifying at this time control, but Kasim is no slouch in rapids. If you remember, this used to be an "advanced chess" event in which humans played with computer assistance. (Still reflected in the site's domain name.) Nobody seems to be mourning advanced chess much. It has potential by letting spectators see what the GMs are looking at during games, especially by downloading the ChessBase files created during play. (Classical time control would be great for this.) So even if the games are boring - no blunders no tactics no fun - the insight would be great.