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August 5, 2009
Michael Langer, Photo monroi.com
FM Michael Langer and IM Michael Mulyar both have perfect 4-0s in the traditional schedule of the U.S. Open in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Meanwhile, the competition has heated up with 198 competitors including 12 titled players joining in for the 6-day. Among the participants include top-seed IMs Ben Finegold and defending champ Enrico Sevillano and GMs Sergey Kudrin, Jesse Kraai and Dmitry Gurevich. 


Michael Mulyar, Photo monroi.com

Check results & pairings here, access live games and pgn files on Monroi.com, and look for stories by Macauley Peterson and Denker Champ Abby Marshall as the tournament heats up.

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