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Yuhua Xu vs Koneru Humpy
6th FIDE Women Grand Prix (2011), Doha QAT, rd 9, Mar-03
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Polugaevsky Variation (B42)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Mar-05-11  thickhead: Humpy is caught up with her dubious decisions in middle game like opposite coloured bishops and bad bishops.Also single weakness can always be defended. the ability of great master is to keep the positions fluid not to close the positions.Apply more and more pressure to create more weaknesses and quickly transfer attack from one weakness to another.For this one should have more mobility and larger area of control. The exchange of Bblack knight for white's dark coloured bishop cut down winning possibilities. Instead she shoud have manoeuvred her knight to c3 square and sacrificed it to open b file.but after all it is buts and ifs.
Mar-05-11  DAVI DE RAFE: humpy ethrayum vegam thickheadine secondayi edukkanam
Mar-05-11  thickhead: <DAVI DE RAFE: humpy ethrayum vegam thickheadine secondayi edukkanam> ???
Mar-18-11  ReikiMaster: Black won a pawn and white gave another. 30...Be7 31.Be1 Nf6 looks interesting.
Mar-20-11  thickhead: < DAVI DE RAFE: humpy ethrayum vegam thickheadine secondayi edukkanam >"Humpy,how fast thickhead" ok what about the remaining words? Can any Tamilian help me?
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