|Gata Kamsky & Irina Krush|
Tony Rich for St. Louis Chess Club / Chess Life Online
Sevan Muradian of Chicago (North Shore Chess Center / North American Chess Association) is also there, schmoozing away. Armenians are reminded to keep a low profile at the Bermuda Party, especially when rowdy Brits are around.
GM Mesgen Amanov of Glenview is once again playing first board for his native land, Turkmenistan. As I write, Mesgen is playing Black against GM Bator Sambuev of Canada. (Update 11:45 a.m.: the website reports that Mesgen lost.
How old is this photo from the Olympiad website?
If you have more luck than I did, you may be able to follow live games here.