Taken from: http://chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=6859
McShane's win yesterday was as big a surprise as could be, by defeating the Norwegian genius, and a giant question mark was placed next to his chances. Initially, his chances at anything beyond a decent result were next to nil considering the names and ratings of the rest of the field, yet the second round has forced a complete reassessment with his 2.0/2 start and victory over Nigel Short. McShane grabbed the bull by the horns, playing a full-scale Sicilian Dragon, and Short has never shirked an opening challenge. Things might have gone wrong for the young Brit, but then again, that is the nature of such a double-edged variation, and in the end, he was rewarded for his gutsy choice.