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Koneru Humpy vs Ju Wenjun
Women's World Chess Championship (2010), Antakya TUR, rd 4, Dec-13
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack (E76)  ·  1-0
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Dec-13-10  muralman: Brilliant Queen endplay by Koneru!
Dec-13-10
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  notyetagm: <CG.COM:

<<<LEFT BEHIND>>>: 31 ... Ne6-c5? creates pin against f8 for 33 Bc2xe4!;

<<<REMOVE THE GUARD>>> 32 h2-h3! drives off Black g4-queen defender from e4-sq for 33 Bc2xe4!>

Dec-13-10
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  notyetagm: <TODO>

Koneru vs Ju Wenjun, 2010

<CG.COM:
<<<LEFT BEHIND>>>: 31 ... Ne6-c5? creates pin against f8 for 33 Bc2xe4!;

<<<REMOVE THE GUARD>>> 32 h2-h3! drives off Black g4-queen defender from e4-sq for 33 Bc2xe4!>

Dec-13-10
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  notyetagm: Game Collection: DRAWBACK CHESS (GM Maurice Ashley)

Koneru vs Ju Wenjun, 2010 31 ... Ne6-c5? leaves behind f8-mating sq, self-pinning f5-pawn

Dec-14-10  thickhead: 47 Qxe7+ Kxe7 was an easily won K and P ending for white. I had seen this move while seeing live play but I was under the impression that white should play 48 b3 before bringing the K up( not to allow a4) but now I feel 48Kg1 immediately is right.
Jan-13-11  ReikiMaster: 14...h6 looks ok. 24.Qd4 looks good. 30...Qxg2+ looks good for black.
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