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Lela Javakhishvili vs Sopiko Guramishvili
Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2015), Sochi RUS, rd 1, Mar-17
Torre Attack: Fianchetto Defense (A48)  ·  1-0

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Mar-18-15  bennyvsfischer: why she dint take the quenn on 15???
Mar-18-15
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  Penguincw: OTB, I would've taken the queen in half a heartbeat. However, just to be sure, I used the <cg> computer to help me out. At first, I thought it was broken because it said <white> is winning, but looking further down the line, it has a point.

Ex. 15...Bxa6 16.Bxf8 Bxd3 17.Bd6 Qb7 18.exd5 Qxb2 19.Rd1 Na7 20.Bxb8 Qxb8.


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White has 2 rooks, a knight and 2 pawns vs. a queen and bishop.

Mar-18-15  Nerwal: She didn't take the queen because it's trapped anyway and variations are quite complicated (it's not easy to assess what happens after 15...♗xa6 16.♗xf8 ♗xd3 17.♗d6 ♕b7, and there are other options). There are also lines where the computer would give Black a clear advantage, but the position could be difficult to handle for a human (like a 2 pieces + pawns vs Q scenario)

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