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Alisa Maric vs Maia Chiburdanidze
"Yugo Girl" (game of the day Jan-14-2017)
Jakarta Interzonal (Women) (1993), Jakarta INA
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Yugoslav Variation Advance Line (E66)  ·  1-0
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Jan-14-17  AlicesKnight: A moderately interesting exploitation of spatial advantage. Capture on e5 at move 23 might have avoided the bone in the throat (24.e6), though a White N on e4 would have posed problems. The mutual N offering on move 30 by Black proves flawed but his position is already compromised.
Jan-14-17  goodevans: Interesting how some folk assume chess players to be male.
Jan-14-17  clement41: 31 ba Bxa6 (31...cd?? 32 RxR+ Kd8 33 Rxc8+ RxR 34 BxR KxB 1-0) 32 Nc6+ Rxc6 33 dc and despite the fact that white's pawn structure is a mess, should be (?) Much less juicy is the zwichenchach Nxf5+ followed by ba, in my opinion
Jan-14-17  AlicesKnight: <goodevans: Interesting how some folk assume chess players to be male.> Correct - - should have read "....This position is already compromised...."
Jan-14-17
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  morfishine: Where is <thegoodanarchist> when U need'm?

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Jan-14-17  razetime: Excellent pun, and The problem was Rb7?? Which ruined black's prospects of an at least drawn endgame.
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