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Anna Muzychuk vs Dronavalli Harika
Wch U12 Girls (2001), Oropesa del Mar ESP, rd 5, Oct-??
French Defense: Winawer. Poisoned Pawn Variation Main Line (C18)  ·  1-0

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Aug-02-13
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  whiteshark: Q: What do you consider to be your most important contribution to opening theory?

a: <Maybe this will sound strange but it is the game Muzychuk-Harika from the 2001 World Youth Championship. I was just 11 years old and found a strong novelty over the board on the 23rd move. I was very proud that after that game some top GMs told me that it was a great improvement for White in this line.>

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Feb-28-17
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  alexmagnus: Muzychuk was 11, Harika 10 - and they played 22 moves of theory?
Feb-28-17
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  alexmagnus: But what's even more amazing about this story is that GMs actually look at games between two girls of this age.
Jul-18-21
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  saffuna: <alexmagnus: Muzychuk was 11, Harika 10 - and they played 22 moves of theory?>

Excellent question!

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