Last night's U.S. Chess League match was another one-sided affair, but Miami did not field its big guns. So two games into the season, cries of "Break up the Yankees!" are premature. But any team that can field Dmitry Gurevich on third board will cause matchup problems for opponents.
White just sits on Black and pushes the d-pawn through: one of those games that makes you think that the Modern Benoni is hopeless.