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Alexandra Kosteniuk vs Irina Krush
Chess Olympiad (Women) (2016), Tromso NOR, rd 8, Sep-10
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Modern Variation (B42)  ·  0-1
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Sep-10-16
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  ChemMac: Krush was lucky to be given 67.Bg2?? After e.g. 67.Bf3, winning with an exchange up with only one pawn left on each side isn't exactly easy!
Sep-10-16
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  whiteshark: repost:

<waustad: While watching live, it looked like Krush tried to get the game drawn by repitition but it was 1 ply short, so the arbiter sent them back to the board.>

Yes, she must have written <40...Qg5> down on the scoresheet and both players and the arbeiter checked it in a separated area.

Btw, what about <41. Rf8+ Rxf8 42.Rxf8+ Kxf8 43.Nxe6+> for♔ ♔+♕?

Sep-10-16  Granny O Doul: Interesting, Whiteshark, but Black will surely play 42...Kh7.
Sep-11-16
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  whiteshark: <Granny O Doul: Interesting, Whiteshark, but Black will surely play 42...Kh7.> Right! Black probably sacs her ♘ on g3 and this should end in a draw.
Sep-11-16
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  whiteshark: Here's Irina's post game interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FU8...
Sep-14-16
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  Calli: Probably the critical game in Russia's failed bid for Gold. Losing to the lower rated US team was uh, Krushing. (Sorry about that!)
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