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Tuvshintugs Batchimeg vs Boris Kreiman
US Championship 2006 (2006), San Diego, CA USA, rd 3, Mar-05
Sicilian Defense: Old Sicilian. Open (B32)  ·  1-0


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Mar-06-06  lentil: looks like B went wrong with 20. ...Rfd8? after which W has a forced win. 20. ...Bc6 would have avoided the storm.
Mar-06-06  lentil: seems that 22. Qe5!! wins immediately
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  Jim Bartle: Kreiman used 15 minutes for his 27 moves, Tuvshintugs 90 minutes.


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  Jim Bartle: Her comments on the players' blog:

"I think he was moving too fast, maybe because I'm a girl? He used around ten or fifteen minutes and I used over an hour and a half. The game itself was interesting, with a nice tactic at the finish. I didn't get much of an advantage in the opening; he didn't do what I expected. I thought to have an equal position would be okay. I was just developing my pieces, and a plan."

Mar-06-06  Mating Net: Way to go Chimi, 2 GM scalps, and counting. What a fantastic attack to finish off this game.

Way to recognize the back rank weakness and use the Queen in an attempt to deflect the Black Queen and end up with a double attack on the b8 Rook. Awesome stuff!

Mar-06-06  controlaltdelete: 22.Qe5! just loses the white queen for a black rook, cuz black's reply would not be BxR but Bf8 blocking the check.
Mar-06-06  lentil: ah, <thanks controlaltdelete>. my blunder!
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  nasmichael: In a game of brain versus brain, one who underestimates an opponent is making a mistake.
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