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May 5, 2013
Gata Kamsky and Irina Krush lead the US Championships and US Women's Championships, both with 3-0 in their respective tournaments.
Irina Krush defeated her main rival Anna Zatonskih in round three while Gata Kamsky got the better of Larry Christiansen. 



You can watch live commentary at uschesschamps.com/live and find archive footage of previous days shows (see day three's show below) featuring commentary by GMs Maurice Ashley, Yasser Seirawan and CLO editor WGM Jen Shahade. Both events are held at the Saint Louis Chess Club.  


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