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USA Falls to Israel, Women Sweep Peru Print E-mail
October 1, 2010
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Friendships are made and strengthened at the Chess Olympiad, Photo of GM Akobian, GM Hess and SM Abrahamyan by Tony Rich for CCSCSL
At the penultimate round of the 2010 Chess Olympiad, the men lost 1-3 to Israel.  The second board battle was between two men who knew each other's chess styles very well--Emil Sutovsky was US Champion Gata Kamsky's manager and head trainer in his World Championship qualifying match against Topalov. Unfortunately for the USA, Emil topped Gata in today's battle.



Nakamura drew World Cup Champion GM Boris Gelfand.



Onischuk also drew while Yury Shulman lost on board four, bringing the tally to 1-3.
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The women showed no mercy today against Peru, Photo of Anna Zatonskih by Tony Rich for CCSCSL
In brighter news, the women rebounded from a disappointing match against Greece yesterday with a 4-0 sweep over Peru.









Tomorrow is a free day and the final round takes place on Sunday, October 3rd at 1 AM EST (four hours earlier than usual.) 

See more details and games on the official site and bookmark chessresults.com for pairings and standings.
 
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