All games were drawn today at Elista, but obviously this one was a fighting draw unlike the Bareev-Leko affair. This is the final position after Gelfand's move 52. Bc6. Kamsky is temporarily up by a piece but the a7 pawn cannot be stopped from promotion. Let's take a look: 52... Kf8 53. a8(q) Na8 54. Ba8 Ke7 55. Bd5 f5 and so on... White will use his passed d pawn as a diversion while he equalizes the situation on the kingside.