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Antoaneta Stefanova vs Tatjana Vasilevich
Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2004) (rapid), Elista RUS, rd 2, May-25
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1-0



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  nasmichael: Recently played an opening like this in one of my own games--not as intentionally as I would have liked, and not as well--so it is good to be able to see a more masterful handling.

I wish there were a way to see the time taken for each series of moves, so as to see where players stop and think, how they deliberate on positions.

Jul-28-11  sevenseaman: Stefenova has played this game extremely well. A masterful exhibition of quality, cool chess!
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  Chutzpah: If you like this, play the London System. It's easy to learn.
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  fredthebear: Black didn't have time to get to those backward White pawns.

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