Monday, September 27, 2010

Tomorrow's breakfast match

Let's be honest: you probably have a friend or two, perhaps even a family member, rooting for the Packers tonight.

Tomorrow's breakfast match might generate similar divided loyalties, especially along the artery mentioned in an earlier post, Milwaukee Avenue.  It's USA vs. Poland.

I've previously hyped Poland's number-one player, Radosław Wojtaszek, as the world's hottest player since the Anand-Topalov match.  Working with Anand for several months can't be bad for one's chess!

There are three teams with 11 match points: Ukraine and darkhorse Georgia face off, while Armenia is paired down to archrival Azerbaijan.  Other teams tied with the USA at 10 match points: Russia 2 plays Russia 1 (!), and Hungary is paired down to Brazil.

Follow the action here!

1 comment:

Frederick Rhine said...

Hikaru "SUPERMAN" lost, and Onischuk won, so 2-2.