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Atousa Pourkashiyan vs Arianne Caoili
Bled ol (Women) (2002), rd 8, Oct-26
Italian Game: Classical. Greco Gambit Anderssen Variation (C54)  ·  1-0


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Oct-28-06  rjsolcruz: On 8... Bb4+, which is similar to that of Staunton-Anderssen 1851, other known continuations are 8... Be7 of Steinitz-Lasker 1894 or 8... Bb6 of Horwitz-Staunton 1851, Sveshnikov-Dautov 1986, Rowson-Sokolov 2003 & Macieja-Vescovi 2004 among others.
Jan-05-08  hovik2003: Atousa beating Aronian's Ausi girlfreind, that is a coincedent.
Oct-19-11  waustad: Why is this 1-0?
Sep-11-12  rwbean: This looks drawn at the end, maybe it was a time loss. There were so many opportunities to win ...

28. Qb5

37. Rxd2 Qxd2 38. Qa3+ Kg8 39. b7

38. Rb1 Qc3 39. b7

Black can get a clear draw with 45 ... Rb5.

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