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Arianne Caoili vs Vladimir Viktorovich Epishin
Malaga op 3rd (2000), rd 4, Feb-25
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Nimzowitsch Variation Quiet Line (E15)  ·  1-0


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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-10-06  Georgie Dubb: Wow, this was a big fat greedy one (I mean 37. ...Qxd4). Two forkings hiding another !
Apr-11-09  WhiteRook48: Black tries to get White into a fork, but he falls into a fork he didn't see!
Apr-11-09  slomarko: would ya believe it
Apr-11-09  Open Defence: I wonder if he was distracted :)
Apr-11-09  slomarko: distracted by what?
May-15-09  SugarDom: Low cleavage, He was distracted by Low Cleavage....
May-15-09  whatthefat: Uh, she was 13 at the time of this game....
Oct-06-10  Calar: This page (entry 117):

gives White's (2097) and Black's (2667) rating at the time. So Caoili won this game against 570 points higher rated opponent

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  whiteshark: <Upsetting a Grand Master>
Oct-06-10  asianwarrior: Is this the biggest upset before the Jayson Lin-Emre can game at the recent Olympiad?
Dec-30-11  King Death: Black was still better if he played 37...Re5 h5 39.Nf5+ Kf8.
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