Gelfand gets his second win so far in the whole eliminations ( 11 games since the matches started ) in this game where the final position had him three pawns ahead of Kamsky. How did that happen? Well, Kamsky was under time pressure and we all know what that can do to your game. This is the beginning of the end for Kamsky's three pawns. Gelfand starts with 30... Nb5 ( first pawn ) 31. Rc2 Nbd6 32. Bd2 Ra4 ( second pawn ) 33. Bb4 Rb4 34. Nc1 Nf5 35. Bf5 Rf5 36. Nd3 Rb3 37. Ra2 Rf7 38. Ke2 Nd6 39. Rda1 Nb5 ( threatening a fork on c3 and also the capture of the d4 pawn ) 40. Kd2 Nd4 ( third pawn ) and play went on till the 58th move.