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Kidambi Sundararajan vs Jessie Gilbert
Gibtelecom Chess Festival (2006), Gibraltar, rd 2, Jan-25
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Gligoric-Taimanov System (E92)  ·  0-1


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Jul-27-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: This is the second game I've found with the N sac at f2 and a B sac in the Kings Indian by Jessie.Another demolition of pawn structure and attack on 0-0.She was so talented.
Jul-27-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: The Rook sac 31... Rxh3!! allowing Rh8+ and mate to follow.
Jul-28-06  geezerbloke: she certainly had style. the world is a poorer place for sure.
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  Honza Cervenka: This one is really nice.

It is an appalling and sad news that such a nice, young and talented heart passed away.:-(

Jul-28-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Maybe some of her games will live on as a legacy,this is the best attacking game I've found by her in this database.
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  kevin86: Black's domination of the dark squares in the white camp is the key here-just as Jason Voorhees dominated another kind of camp.
Jul-29-06  CapablancaFan: 33...Rh8+! is virtually indefensible.
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  OhioChessFan: Short's discussion of her death and annotation of this game:
Aug-04-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Here are two stand out moves in GM Short's analysis 27...Qf5! and 30...Rxh3!! Just to ponder.
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  Jim Bartle: How would black win after 20. Kxg2?
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  Jim Bartle: OK, I'm slow. 20 Kxg2 Rxf2+ 21.Rxf2 Ne3+ wins the queen.
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  offramp: My favourite move is the killing 30...Bd4.
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