Man, that was a weird match. Gelfand played to trap Grishuk in every game. Grishuk was at least trying to win with an attack.
For a while it would look like Grishuk would win, but then allowed himself to get trapped, or perhaps it was a trap all along, hard to tell. He played this solid looking ..b6, but I wondered why not retreat that bishop back somewhere, to e6 or f7, let White take the b-pawn and keep bearing down on White’s king a bit more.
Grishuk resigns with 45 seconds, but I don’t understand why since it’s bishop, and knight for rook and a pawn I believe.