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Nargiz Umudova vs Tea Lanchava
European Championship (Women) (2007), Dresden GER, rd 4, Apr-06
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0



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Apr-09-07  percyblakeney: It seldom looks this easy to beat a so much higher rated player...
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  keypusher: Pretty combination! It would be interesting to know what Bosboom-Lanchava missed. I would guess 18. Bh3 or maybe even 19. Re1.
Apr-09-07  Jim Bartle: Looks like black should have gotten the queen knight out before fooling around on the kingside?
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  tpstar: Nice cross-pin.

Black could have tried 18 ... c5 19. Bxe6 (19. Qxc5? Qxh3) cxd4 20. Bxd5 Nc6 21. f4 and White has the better endgame chances.

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  keypusher: <Black could have tried 18 ... c5 19. Bxe6 (19. Qxc5? Qxh3) cxd4 20. Bxd5 Nc6 21. f4 and White has the better endgame chances.>

Right you are, doctor! OK, she must have missed 19. Re1 (unless she preferred an end to horror over horror without end, as Tartakower put it).

Dec-27-07  computerchezplayer: yes this is the game

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