The Great Teachers born in Cuba Leinier Domínguez and Lázaro Bruzón engaged in their sixth round matches at the United States Championship and they kept their options in the very strong contest based in San Luis.
Domínguez (ELO of 2760) drew with black against Wesley So (2778) in 37 throws of an Accepted Queen’s Gambit, and with pieces of the same color, Bruzón (2645) divided the point against Daniel Naroditsky (2623).
In this way, both Cuban-Americans remained undefeated in the appointment, and on tomorrow’s date they will have clear tricks: Domínguez will do it against Naroditsky, and Bruzón, against Samuel Sevian (2654).
Today Sevian’s success resounded against the number two in the universe, Fabiano Caruana (2800).
While, In the women’s tournament, the young Thalía Cervantes managed to tie with dark pieces against Katerina Nemcova. From 19 years and 2175 coefficient points, the girl who grew up in the streets of her Havana moved to North America at 11 and right now accumulates 50 percent of the possible points in a tournament where she is the player with the lowest ELO.
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