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Were they not a high pitched trio that had great success in the 70's? One song i remember would be well suited to Stefanovas plight right now
I have a feeling Ushenina may be in home preparation.
What happens after c7?
They are interviewing a guy who wants chess to exploit the beauty of women...
Khalifman says Qb6 before that move.
I think these women want to exploit the beauty of chess.
It just looks over after watching Khalifman's analysis.
no, she's at the WWC
Stefanova 12mins. for 16 moves.
the fat lady has been summoned.
Steffi might go for a swindle on g3
brilliant by Ushenina
not sure what is waiting Stef. to resign
Ushenina has won!
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