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Anna Zatonskih vs Irina Krush
US Chess Championship (Women) (2013), St Louis, MO USA, rd 3, May-05
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Misc. Lines (E98)  ·  0-1



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May-05-13  hellopolgar: What a game! Not only she beat her main rival, she also did it in style! Go Irina!
May-05-13  hellopolgar: I am sure we can come up with a beautiful pun with the word "crush" in it.
May-05-13  Jim Bartle: An original one?
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  HeMateMe: Fine attack. You wonder if black can force anything after the Rooks disappear, but murder took place on the light square diagonals.
May-05-13  AgentRgent: I watched the game live and Irina was amazing...toward the end you could see Zatonskih was feeling the pressure, but Irina was cool (although I was freaking out when she made the time control at move 40 with a mere 13 seconds on her clock!). Unfortunately since the game went so long (only C Baginskaite vs S Foisor, 2013 went longer) I didn't get to speak to Irina like last year.
May-06-13  DrAttitude: Krush crushed her main rival. The crowd go wild with chants of CCCCrush, CCCCruch, Krush!!!
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  beenthere240: I read that 51. Ng2 gives white a better chance.
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  beenthere240: I read somewhere that 51. Ng4 gives white better chances to survive.

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