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Nataliya Buksa vs Sopiko Guramishvili
Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2017) (rapid), Tehran IRI, rd 2, Feb-16
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Weiss Variation (B09)  ·  0-1


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Feb-16-17  Mesterhakkeren: Disappointing 1-0 score for black given the final position
Feb-16-17  donjova: The result is wrong: Guramishvili won this game and tied the score in the match.

With this final position, it is impossible for a result to be 1-0 even if black runs out of time (white win is not theoretically possible).

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  Sally Simpson: Bad slip by White in time trouble.

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White played 126. Kxe3 the correct move was 126.Ke1 Black cannot take on a2. Stalemate.

Correction thingy sent to get the 1-0 changed to 0-1.

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  norami: I wonder if on White's last move she accidentally touched or knocked over the knight and the because of touch-move she had to play king takes knight.
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  whiteshark: <White played 126. Kxe3 the correct move was 126.Ke1 Black cannot take on a2. Stalemate.> Worth a diagram

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  Honza Cervenka: Ouch! 126.Kxe3??... It hurts....
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126. Ke1! =
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