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Jennifer Shahade vs Andrei Zaremba
Ch USA (juniors), San Francisco (USA) (1999), San Francisco, CA USA, rd 1
Caro-Kann Defense: Bronstein-Larsen Variation (B16)  ·  0-1


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  An Englishman: Good Evening: The entire game is interesting. Shahade launches an intriguing Exchange sacrifice which meets inspired defense from Zarembe--Petrosian might have felt reluctant to try what Black does--but fans of Queen vs. Queen endings won't want to miss this one. The amount of patience required to win these endings can be daunting, but Zarembe hangs in there for 80 moves to snag the win.
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: Maybe white should have played h4 on move 36 instead of move 61.
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  An Englishman: Good Afternoon: You have a good sense of timing, GSM. At move 36, Black has no checks and can't push the a-pawn, whilst the h4 pawn takes away the g5 square from the Black King. Black can't exploit the white square weaknesses at this time: 36...Kg4?; 37.Qf4+,Kh3??; 38.Qf5X.
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  perfidious: Shahade may have rejected 36.h4 due to the reply 36....Qe4.
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