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Pia Cramling vs Viktorija Cmilyte
"Cramling for the Final" (game of the day Feb-04-2019)
European Individual Championship (Women) (2010), Rijeka CRO, rd 11, Mar-17
English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Two Knights Line (A37)  ·  1-0

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Mar-18-10  redwhitechess: white's king is so agile, traveling from castled position back to center and coming up to enemy's line.
Aug-07-10  Ulhumbrus: The moves 6 a3?! and 7 Rb1 lose time for development. With 7...d5! Black may have taken over White's opening initiative.

An alternative to 13...c4 is 13...d4.

If after 15...Qxd1 Black finds it difficult to advance the Queen side pawn majority further by ...a5 and ...b4, this suggests 15...Qc7 avoiding exchanging Queens, instead of 15...Qxd1. In the game Marshall vs Capablanca, 1909 in reply to 24 Qc6 Capablanca avoided exchanging Queens by the reply 24...Qe5.

Feb-04-19
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  al wazir: 46. Ng8 would have simplified faster: 46...Kxg8 47. Rxe7 Ra4 48. Re3, etc.
Feb-04-19  Ironmanth: Have admired Pia for decades now; this was a long tough fight. Bravo! Thanks, chessgames.
Feb-04-19  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini 4 d 24 dpa done

1. + / = (0.58): 32...Rb8 33.Ra7 Ke6 34.Ra6+ Kf7 35.Nd1 f5 36.Nc3 b4 37.axb4 Rxb4 38.Nxa4 Nd5 39.Kd2 f4 40.g4 Rb3 41.Rd6 Rb5 42.Kc2 Nb4+ 43.Kd1 Nd5 44.Kd2 Kg7 45.Rc6 Rb4 46.Ra6 Rb7 47.h4 Nf6 48.f3 Nd5 49.h5 gxh5 50.gxh5 Rb4 51.Kc2 Ne3+ 52.Kc3 Rb3+ 53.Kd4 Rb4 54.Rg6+ Kf7

2. + / - (1.28): 32...Rc8 33.Rb7 c3 34.bxc3 Rc5 35.Kd2 Ke6 36.Rb6+ Kf7 37.Kd3 g5 38.Kd4 Re5 39.c4 bxc4 40.Kxc4 h5 41.Ra6 h4 42.gxh4 Re4+ 43.Kb5 Rxh4 44.Rxa4 Rh5 45.Ng4 Rxh3 46.Ra6 Ng8 47.f3 Rh1 48.a4 Rb1+ 49.Kc5 Rc1+ 50.Kd4 Rd1+ 51.Ke4

Feb-04-19  waustad: Two of my favorite players having it out!

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