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The Miami Sharks won 3-1 despite many distractions and less then ideal conditions.
GM Becerra and GM Quesada handled their business while Antonio Arencibia continued his winning ways since coming to Miami.
Vlad Yanovsky blundered during the time the team was asked to switch rooms. The manager takes the blame for that result.
Bien hecho. Pensé que Carolina no usó una buena estrategia. Debieron presionar a Julio con blancas, y jugar algo menos agudo contra Quesada. Y el pobre joven Mu no jugó una buena defensa contra Arencibia. Tal vez habría sido mejor la española o la francesa porque Arencibia mostró buena táctica en los momentos críticos.
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