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Boris Savchenko vs Ju Wenjun
Aeroflot Open (2012), Moscow RUS, rd 2, Feb-08
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Main Line (B99)  ·  0-1
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Feb-09-12  Shams: Huge win for Wenjun-- she has now scored two wins and two draws out of four games with the almost unbelievable 13...0-0.

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Feb-10-12  engineerX: 28...Nc5! what a move! prepared by ...Bf2! I did spend a couple of minutes trying to find out why the Bf2 cannot be taken.
Sep-14-14  Nova: A very nice game by Wenjun. As <Shams> pointed out, it is shocking that Black can defend against the White pawn storm with 130-0. Although I think White handled it wrong, as 17 g6? just allows Black to lock up the kingside, and White has no attack.
Nov-26-16  The Kings Domain: 14) f6 would have been good for white, opening up black's kingside and leaving him poised for a good attack.
Apr-16-19  cliffordagoodman: 16)...f6!!
17)g6??
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