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E4, but she plays different openings after this. e5 with Ruy Lopez or Marshall Gambit. Before the game I was talking with my roommate, Salvijus Bercys, and he told me I was preparing too much for my opponents, that it was taking too much energy. b4. Usually I get completely lost positions with this move, but my results have been good. I drew Stripunsky Page 46 / 104 2005 US Chess Championship with this move after I had a totally lost position by move seven. b4, but usually from bad positions in the opening.

Bd3+!? Rxd3 Rd4!? g3! Bh3!? Rd3 Bg8!? Nd5?! Re4! was more ambitious and would have given White the advantage. b3? , but that's hard to admit. Presumably both players were short of time. Re8 Now White's in big trouble. There's no safe place for his king. Kh3 Qxe2 A dynamic game by Martinez, and one of the 5 wins by Cuban players as Black in this round! Bg5 dxc4 Black goes for the Botvinnik Variation, which can lead to some of the most complicated positions in chess. e5 Alex Yermolinsky likes the challenge of playing the White side of the Botvinnik and has enjoyed great success.

Goldin is still in the hunt at +2 (meaning two more wins than losses) while favorites Onischuk and Shabalov have slim title chances with +1. e4 worked well for Stripunsky (left) against Fishbein. There is a high-powered pack of non-Alexes a half-point behind Stripunsky. Gregory Kaidanov beat Kudrin and Shulman took out defending champion Shabalov. Hikaru Nakamura has been stalled with two draws in a row, this one coming against Gregory Serper. Gata Kamsky pressed for a long time against Joel Benjamin but couldn't find a win.

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