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Zhu Chen vs Irina Krush
2nd China-USA Summit (2002), Shanghai CHN, rd 4, Jul-15
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Classical Defense. Main Lines (D27)  ·  1-0

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Nov-06-03  Benjamin Lau: Wow, a very sharp game with white and black both initiating strong attacks and counterattacks. It's hard to tell who's winning almost until the end.
Nov-06-03  Diggitydawg: This is really extraordinary. So many clearance sacs on both sides in order to get attacks. Black seemed really out for blood when she played the combo started by 25..Nxe5. It was only precise play by White that allowed the material advantage to eventually lead to a won game.
Jul-24-08  Morphischer: good game
Oct-15-09  wouldpusher: 26. ... ♕d6! 27. ♖e1 ♗d4! = is more playable, protecting the h8 diagonal and equalizing.

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