Yes more from London and the round 5 game between Hikaru Nakamura and David Howell. One thing that I find interesting is that even young players are using Flank Openings these days in order to create positions which are harder to prepare from. At one time one would have expected someone with Nakamura’s style to rely almost exclusively on 1.e4.
There was a nice Q&A session from 17:00 onwards of which the most valuable comment was Nakamura’s comments on time trouble. Essentially he echoed Victor Korchnoi’s view that everybody plays worse in time trouble, and that’s in spite of him being brilliant at quick chess.