As I mentioned yesterday, one of the game that impressed me in round 4 of the ongoing 2011 European Club Cup was Dmitrij Jakovenko's victory over Boris Gelfand. Jakovenko came up with a novelty on move 37(!) that quickly resulted in a complicated rook ending. Objectively, Black should have held it, but theory is one thing and practice another. One highly unobvious mistake was enough to lose the game, thanks to a well-calculated sequence by Jakovenko.
The finish was exciting, and the ending was highly instructive as well. Standard endgame themes like the priority of mobilizing passed pawns and of activating the king were on display, and the need for calculation and to take king safety into account played a large role as well. So whether you watch the show as a training exercise, for instruction or even for the game's entertainment value alone, you're likely to be satisfied with what you'll see. (I hope so, anyway!)
The show is here, and it's free as always (free registration required for newbies) and will be available for on-demand viewing for the next month or so.