For those who are interested in some chess reading (between the moves here in this game), here is a link to the great "Kasparov vs The World" game: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kasparov_versus_the_World
I remember watching the game live "online", which was a novel thing back in 1999. One of the most interesting things I observed is that during the game, there were really only 7 or 8 keep decision points in which the next move was not logically "forced" in order to keep the game even. A bulk of the moves were reactionary moves, only a few were pivotal decision points. A very educational game, both as a chess game, and as an experiment in collective decision making (using online technology, which was relatively new at the time).