Rc8!, as Kramnik said later 17 ... Nxa1!?
SANDS: Tough day for the locals in London’s Chess Classic →
Black makes it interesting with 16...Nd8!, heading for f4, but Kramnik admitted later he had trouble staying focused on his game while monitoring Svidler-Carlsen just a few paces away.
SANDS: In defeat, Kramnik joins a storied chess group →