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February 25, 2010
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GM Gregory Kaidanov holds a 2-1 lead in a Sicilian Theme Match against the strongest woman chess player in history, Judit Polgar. Update: Judit tied the match 2-2 and now the match goes to tiebreak. Game four added below. The match is held in South Carolina and sponsored by business consultant Jeff Smith.
 








So far, the Sicilian is struggling as White has won every game. Don't miss the final round today at 2 PM EST which will feature Polgar on the White side of a Scheveningen. Watch it live on Monroi.com and look for the final CLO report by FM Mike Klein. You can see Klein's preview here.

 
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