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Mathilde Congiu vs Patricia de Leon
48th World Junior Championship (Girls) (2009), Puerto Madryn ARG, rd 3, Oct-23
French Defense: Exchange Variation (C01)  ·  1-0

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Jul-17-13  RookFile: An example of playing automatically. Black knows that ....Ne7 and ...Bf5 is a good idea positionally, but there is a basic drawback in this specfic line.
Dec-08-18
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  FSR: 9...Nxc5! would at least have given Black two pawns for her lost bishop. Maybe the players thought that White could respond with the "combination" 10.Bxh7+?? Kxh7 11.Qc2+, but that fails to 11...Ne4!

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