Whew. It was a wonderful game. Both the giants (as Levon Aronian called them) played well. But Vishy definitely surprised his opponent (who am I to say he surprised Kramnik, I can't read his mind ;)) by playing 4 ... f3. It was rather atypical that it was Anand who had less time left on the clock -- but hey, it is the World Chess Championship where they play classical time control!
It was very tense during the game as it progressed:
The draw agreed:
Replay the game at: http://chessbase.com/news/2008/bonn/games/bonn02.htm
Scores after Round 02: Anand -- 1, Kramnik --1.