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Dominguez Leads SPICE A; Bkyhovsky & Finegold Take B and C Print E-mail
October 20, 2011
Anatoly Bkyhovsky and Ben Finegold took down the "B" and "C" groups respectively at the SPICE Cup at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas while IM Roberto Mogranzini earned a GM norm.  

Meanwhile, Lenier Dominguez of Cuba (left) currently leads the "A" group. He won a crucial round five game on the White side of the French against the second highest rated player in the event, Le Quang Liem of Vietnam. 

See full crosstables and standings and watch remaining "A" group games live on Monroi.com. Look for the full story from Texas Tech University student Zachary Haskin upon the event's conclusion.  

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