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Anna Zatonskih vs Yun Fan
US Women's Chess Championship (2009), St Louis United States, rd 9, Oct-13
Catalan Opening: Open Defense (E04)  ·  1-0

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Oct-13-09
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  beenthere240: This reminded me of playing over a Capablanca game.
Oct-13-09
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  patzer2: Although it is an old book line, considered near equal, Anna's sharp play after 7. Nxc6! masterfully exploits the resulting weakened Black pawn structure.
Oct-16-09  MagisterMusicae: Parece que 12...Dd5 (Dorfman vs Psakhis, 1984) o 13...Dd5 iguala la partida facilmente y el resultado puede ser de unas fáciles tablas. Puede que Yun Fan quisiera jugar una partida más interesante con posibilidades de victoria. Sin embargo no mostró mayor actividad ni planes concretos y fue dominada fácilmente.

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7. Nxc6! is book, but oh how masterfully White exploits it!
from Forcing Weak Pawns by patzer2

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