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12:34 p.m. Update
Jacobs runs the Russians out of rocks to pick up a 7-4 win and improve to 2-2. Check back later today for a full story and standings update
12:25 p.m. Update
Canada with a steal of one in the ninth end to take a 7-4 lead into the tenth end, where Russia will have the hammer, needing three to force an extra end
12:08 p.m. Update
A Russian hit-and-stick gets Drozdov's rink back into the game as they score two, cutting the Jacobs lead to 6-4.
11:51 a.m. Update
Another blanked end in the seventh end...6-2 Jacobs into the eighth end
11:37 a.m. Update
A Russian takeout leads to a blanking of the sixth end....Jacobs remains up 6-2
11:22 a.m. Update
The intensity level from the Jacobs rink gets amped up even more as a Jacobs takeout sees the Canadian rink score four and take a 6-2 lead into the sixth end
11:01 a.m. Update
In an attempt to blank the end, Jacobs, looking to remove a Russian stone as well, hits his own guard and leaves a steal of one for Russia. Now a 2-2 tie
10:47 a.m. Update
Jacobs with the hammer blanks the third end, continuing to hold a 2-1 lead into the fourth end
10:36 a.m. Update
Russia, facing a pair of Canadian stones in play, draws for one to cut into the Canadian lead and make it 2-1 heading into the third end
10:20 a.m. Update
Nice start for the Jacobs rink. With three Canadian rocks in play, Russia is short on a draw for one, giving the Jacobs rink a steal of two in the opening end
10:10 a.m. Update
First end is well underway at the Ice Cube Curling Center in Sochi. Russia starts the match with the hammer