This brilliant game between USA's #1 Hikaru Nakamura and Russia's #1 Vladimir Kramnik is from Round 9 of the 2012 Chess Olympiad held in Istanbul, Turkey. Nakamura's dynamic temperament for the game has him avoiding a draw by making a highly passive and risky move (23.Nb1) in the middlegame, with the move itself being incredibly rare and almost beginner-like in nature. It's depth however soon reveals that white will be bought time to pursue a kingside attack, one that the former World Champion and strategic mastermind Vladimir Kramnik is able to quickly neutralize. The endgame acts as a whole new battle in and of itself, with an aesthetic finish to no doubt be remembered for many years to come. A historical game indeed!
Sadly, the final sequence of moves shown in the video were inaccurate but the game result was the same, white wins.
The game finished as follows, picking up with the correct 64th move: