I didn't spend much time on chess last night. I did play through another game in Nunn's Understanding Chess Move by Move. It was a Kasparov - Karpov game from their 1990 match. Conviently it was a Spanish game, which is timely with the thematic tournament, and discusses the 5.Nxe5 Qd4 line in the exchange variation in the notes. The first place I saw it mentioned was in Suetin's The Complete Spanish.
I did spend some time on tactics, my correspondence games, and a few blitz games on ICC. Overall though, a rather light night for me chess wise.
Here is the Kasparov - Karpov game: