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Shen Yang vs Eesha Karavade
"Win Yang" (game of the day Oct-20-2006)
World Junior Championship (Girls) (2006), Yerevan ARM, rd 2, Oct-04
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Opocensky Variation Traditional Line (B92)  ·  1-0



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Oct-20-06  Confuse: lovely ending. after all the exchanges the b pawn pushes to victory. splendid
Oct-20-06  Confuse: wait a minute. after 34.Qxg7 Rxe8+ 35.Kxe8 fxg7
how does white win? : (
Oct-20-06  Confuse: nevermind i got it :D i really shouldnt comment so many times. too used to instant messenger : P
Oct-20-06  macphearsome: lol brb
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  Richard Taylor: Clever sacrifice for attack using the pawn on f6 and the other passed pawn.
Oct-20-06  KholdStare: Wow, I'm impressed.
Oct-20-06  DanRoss53: Also winning: 33. ♖xe8 ♗xe8 (33. .. ♕xe8 34. ♕g7) 34. ♕g7 ♕xg7 35. fxg7 ♔xg7 36. b7
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  kevin86: The theatrics of the king side diverted my attention from the lone b pawn-whose progress had been halted by the black bishop. When the said bishop was finally called in for the final exchange,the pawn is then free to queen.
Oct-20-06  Knight13: "Who cares about a pawn? It's worthless!"
Oct-20-06  lvlaple: <macphearsome> Heh heh, that was brilliant!

And yeah, incredible ending. How old are juniors? These girls would stomp me!

Oct-21-06  syracrophy: The move 33.Qg7+! used to eliminate all pieces with a winning endgame for White, reminds me the move 30.Qg7+! of the game Carlos Torre vs Levenfish, 1925, also used to eliminate some pieces, leaving white with a winning endgame
Oct-21-06  syracrophy: 33.♕g7+! ♕xg7 34.fxg7+ <34...♔g8 35.♖xe8+ ♗xe8 36.b7 ; 34...♔xg7 35.♖xe8 ♗xe8 <if the black ♗ doesn't captures the ♖, it's anyways losing> 36.b7 ; 34...♔f7 35.♖xe8 ♗xe8 <35...♔xe8 36.g8=♕+ > 36.b7 >

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