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Deysi Estela Cori Tello vs Anna Muzychuk
"Driving Miss Deysi" (game of the day Jun-16-2013)
World Junior Championship (Girls) (2010), Chotowa POL, rd 12, Aug-15
Blumenfeld Countergambit: Dus-Chotimursky Variation (E10)  ·  1-0



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Aug-15-10  notyetagm: 6th(!) straight win for Cori Tello after a 4-game losing streak.
Aug-15-10  notyetagm: Just an **outstanding** use of the <PIN> tactic by Cori Tello.
Aug-15-10  notyetagm: D E Cori Tello vs A Muzychuk, 2010

Game Collection: Every attacked piece of yours standing in front

Game Collection: Conversion of an outpost into a passed pawn


Aug-15-10  notyetagm: <CHESSBOMB ANALYSIS> ->
Aug-15-10  twinlark: Nice game by Jorge Cori 's sister.
Aug-15-10  notyetagm: <twinlark: Nice game by Jorge Cori 's sister.>

Yes, a very nice win by Cori Tello and a **very** bad time for Muzychuk to lose, in the penultimate round allowing Girya to catch her.

Aug-15-10  notyetagm: D E Cori Tello vs A Muzychuk, 2010

A simply **beautiful** tactical sequence beginning with 28 ♕a4-a1! .

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Aug-16-10  Eduardo Leon: 19.♖a7! was awesome. White exploited the fact that, after 19...♕e1+? 20.♕f1 ♕xf1+ 21.♔xf1, black has to drop one minor piece.

21.♕b1 was very nice as well. It buys one tempo to bring the queen to the a file (where the fight is taking place) by not letting black play 21...♖b8 immediately.

24.♕a2 also buys one tempo, this time by forcing black to block the a2-g8 diagonal before she can play ...♗xc6. If 24...♕b6, then 25.♘b5 and 25...♘f7 would still be required.

And, finally, 28.♕a1! was merciless. After 28...♗xc6 29.bxc6, black has no time for 29...♕xc6. In the end, after all the exchanges, the passed pawn survives.

White had one last chance to let the win go away with 34.c7?. After 34...♕e1+ 35.♔h2 ♕e5+ 36.g3 ♕e1! 37.♔g2 ♕e4+, it is a draw by repetition. But white first placed her queen in the long diagonal with 34.♕b7, and only then advanced her pawn.

Other lines:

26...♗xc6 27.bxc6 ♕xb3 28.♕xb3 ♖xb3 29.c7

27...♗xc6 28.bxc6 ♕xb5 29.♕xb5 ♖xb5 30.c7

27...♗xc6 28.bxc6 ♕xc6 29.♖xf7+ ♔xf7 30.♕a7+ ♖b7 31.♕xb7+ ♕xb7 32.♘xd6+

Aug-16-10  Eduardo Leon: Correction: I did not notice 34.c7 ♕e1+ 35.♔h2 ♕e5+ 36.g3 ♕e1 (or 36...♕e2) 37.♕b7!, winning anyway: 37...♕xf2+ 38.♕g2, and the c5 pawn prevents the return of the black queen.
Aug-16-10  Eduardo Leon: Instead, the best sequence against 34.c7? would have been 34...♕e1+ 35.♔h2 ♕e5+ 36.g3, and now, 36...f4!, where 37.c8=♕ allows 37...fxg3+ 38.fxg3 ♕e2+, with a perpetual.
Aug-24-10  brucejavier: Eduardo Leon: Instead, the best sequence against 34.c7? would have been 34...e1+ 35.h2 e5+ 36.g3, and now, 36...f4!, where 37.c8= allows 37...fxg3+ 38.fxg3 e2+, with a perpetual. I felt like commenting that after seeing your line, it did occur to me that after 37...f*g3+, why does white have to play 38.f*g3 doesnt the simply Kg2 also win for white as blacks queen will run out of checks and white will also win? Having 2 queens for white on b8 and c8 be enough for white?
Aug-27-10  Eduardo Leon: Yep, did not see it.
Sep-29-10  ReikiMaster: Yes, an excellent game. 26..Ne5 looks useful.
Aug-13-11  notyetagm: D E Cori Tello vs A Muzychuk, 2010

30 ?

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30 ♕a1-f6! <double attack: f7, d6>

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The finish of a *superb* combination from Deysi Estela Cori Tello, from last year's Girl's World Junior Championship.

Aug-13-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: SQUARE CAN BE A TACTICAL TARGET

D E Cori Tello vs A Muzychuk, 2010 30 Qa1-f6! threatens both the Black f7-knight,d6-forking square

Nov-19-12  vinidivici: 28.Qa1 should be put in the POTD someday for friday or saturday
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  morfishine: Driving Miss Daisy (1989): "An old Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South have a relationship that grows and improves over the years"

I'm curious what this has to do with chess and this game in particular

Jun-16-13  twinlark: Not much probably. Seems that some of the puns for the GOTD are phonetic rather than semantic.
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  HeMateMe: Superb pun!
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  morfishine: <twinlark> This comment must be correct: <...Seems that some of the puns for the GOTD are phonetic rather than semantic>

While great puns like <FSR>'s "Control Ault Delete" are truly enjoyable, its pretty much a waste of time trying to figure out one's like "Emory board" (I guess it references a file) or "Roly Poly", which is still bugging me

Jun-16-13  newzild: The "miss Daisy" part I can understand, but not the "driving" part.

A great effort by the youngster, in any case.

Jun-16-13  twinlark: Maybe ambition is driving her.
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  HeMateMe: Driving, meaning that the winner of the game was in charge of the position.
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  kevin86: Miss Daisy drove her way to a swcond queen-while the first cuts off a perpetual check.

Since that movie,Morgan Freeman has play a police detective,a mob boss,the president of South Africa,POTUS,and GOD-among others

Not bad?

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