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Ju Wenjun vs Tan Zhongyi
Tan - Ju Women's World Championship Match (2018), Chongqing/Shanghai CHN, rd 10, May-16
Formation: Hippopotamus (A00)  ·  1/2-1/2


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  whiteshark: I found it honourable that Ju Wenjun did not go out for a kill in this game when she had a +5 advantage:

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1) +5.75 (24 ply) 51.Qxb6 Nh8 52.Qxc5 Nf7 53.Be3 Kh7 54.Qxa5 Bxf5 55.exf5 Qg8 56.Bf2 Qg4 57.Qa7 Qe2 58.Qxf7+ Ng7 59.Bd3 Qxd3 60.Qg6+ Kg8 61.Qxf6 Qc2 62.Qb6 Nxf5 63.Kh3 Ng7 64.a5 Qxc3 65.Be3 Qc2 66.g4 Qe4 67.Kg3 Qh1 68.a6

2) +5.34 (23 ply) 51.Be3 Kh8 52.Nd6 Qd7 53.Qxb6 Be2 54.Nf5 Ne7 55.Qd6 Qxd6 56.Nxd6 Kh7 57.Bxc5 Ng7 58.Kg2 Nc6 59.Kf2 Bg4 60.Bd3 Bd7 61.Kf3 Kg6 62.Bc4 Ne7 63.Bb6

3) +4.82 (23 ply) 51.Bc1 Kh8 52.Nd6 Qd7 53.Qxb6 Be2 54.Qd8+ Qxd8 55.Nf7+ Kg7 56.Nxd8 Ne7 57.Be3 c4 58.bxc4 Kf8 59.Nb7 Nc6 60.Nd6 Ke7 61.c5 Bf3 62.Bd3 Nd8 63.Kh3 Ne6 64.Bc4

1.0 minute analysis by Stockfish 9 v010218

May-18-18  Vitez: This game is on YouTube:
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  WannaBe: Opening should be A40(?)

like P Tregubov vs K Bischoff, 2003

May-22-18  moodini: <whiteshark> it may just have been the easiest may to get a draw rather than honourable. She forced exchanged to be left with what I guess is an easy draw. Perhaps the way to keep the big advantage was also more complicated to calculate under pressure.
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