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Irina Krush vs Elizabeth Vicary
"Got a Krush on You" (game of the day Jul-22-2007)
US Women's Championship (2007), rd 3, Jul-17
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Milner-Barry Variation (E33)  ·  1-0
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Jul-19-07  jtd200: Aggressive response to the nimzo...
Jul-22-07
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  al wazir: 32...Qa7 was an awful move. Almost any other ♕ move would have been better: Qf6, Qf7, Qf8, Qh4 . . .
Jul-22-07
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  Chessmensch: Black retreated several times, lost tempi and was slow to develop. Meanwhile, white was developing and taking charge. Black finally got something going near the end when it was too late--and black's target was the kingside while white's king was far away. A Krushing defeat.
Jul-22-07
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  kevin86: It looks like the pawn is a red herring-but actually it is a speed bump that keeps the black queen from stopping white's mate threats. While black's pieces focused on c8-white attacks on the king side.
Jul-22-07  patzerboy: Irina Krush. What a great name!

"I am Irina Krush! Who are you?"
"The name's Bond. James Bond."

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