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Tingjie Lei vs Deysi Estela Cori Tello
Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2015), Sochi RUS, rd 1, Mar-18
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. General (E91)  ·  1-0
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Mar-18-15
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  Penguincw: Tough luck for black. Needed a win to continue the match, black was up a pawn, but tried to hard, and lost.

I'm sure black had a win somewhere. The eval was a total blackout. Perhaps 50...f3 is one move.

There goes Cori's chances at another IM norm...

Mar-18-15  dumbgai: Given that black needed a win to force a tiebreak, she should have resigned after 73. Nxe2. Not only is the position winning for white, but even with a miracle draw by black she would be eliminated from the tournament. Making your opponent waste energy on almost an extra 50 moves in a hopeless situation is poor sportsmanship. If I had white here I would refuse to shake my opponent's hand after the game. And possibly taunt them afterwards: "Good game, I especially like your last 48 moves."
Jan-01-18
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  freewheel: I agree Penguincw, what a fascinating game played in quick time and with so much at stake. Admirable.
Jan-01-18
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  freewheel: And dumbgai really? A hard fought game with good moves right to the end. I admire Ms. Estela Cori Tello for a determined and courageous battle right down to the line. You must be especially brilliant to determine a "hopeless situation" so readily.
Jan-01-18  dumbgai: It was hopeless because black needed a win to extend the match. A draw was no good. Black had no winning chances whatsoever by move 73.
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