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Gabriela Solis vs Akemi Kashioka
36th Olympiad, Women (2004), Calvia ESP, rd 14, Oct-29
Queen's Gambit Declined: Exchange Variation (D35)  ·  1-0
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Feb-28-05  Flo: 6....c5 would be much better than Qxd4??.
Feb-28-05  williscreek: 6....Rg8 would be much better than Qxd4??
Feb-28-05  Ruylopez: Is 6-Bd3 part of a known trap?
Feb-28-05  Abaduba: Nobody in an Olympiad should fall for a "trap" that obvious. but, then again, probably nobody in an Olympiad should open with Marshall's defense (2... Nf6), and their opponents should punish them them with cxd5, intending Nf3, and an eventual e4.
Feb-28-05
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  aw1988: Good lord, what a terrible game.
Mar-16-06
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  Whitehat1963: "Desperate Housewives" character plays the Opening of the Day.
May-16-06  prinsallan: Truly remarkable for a player in the olympiad to fall for this ^^
May-16-06
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  offramp: You get players of all strengths in Olympics; Akemi Kashioka played 9 games on board 2 for Japan in 2004 and lost them all.
May-16-06  prinsallan: Still its notable ^^
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