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Ju Wenjun vs Tan Zhongyi, Game 10 and Photos: Women's World Chess Championship, Shanghai-Chongqing 2018

Ju Wenjun against Tan Zhongyi, Game 10
Ju Wenjun against Tan Zhongyi, Game 10 of the Women's World Chess Championship Match 2018. Photos by Gu Xiaobing









Move
   

Ju, Wenjun (2571) - Tan, Zhongyi (2522) [B06]
Women's World Championship/Chongqing (10) 2018

1. d4 g6 2. Nf3 Bg7 3. e4 d6 4. Bc4 The Pirc-Ufimtsev Defence. e6 5. O-O Ne7 6. a4 Nd7 7. c3 a5 8. Re1 b6 9. Na3 h6 10. Bd3 Bb7 11. Nc4 O-O 12. Qe2 e5 13. dxe5 dxe5 14. b3 Qb8 15. Ba3 c5 16. Rad1 White has a small advantage. Rd8 17. Bc1 Bc6 18. Bc2 Qc7 19. Na3 g5?!A risky move: Black weakens her kingside. 20. h4! The best response. g4?! 20...gxh4. 21. Nh2 h5 22. f3! White attacks! gxf3 23. Qxf3 Ng6 24. Bg5! f6 25. Qxh5 The first player could have won with 25.Bd3! Ndf8 26. Be3 Be8 27. Qg4 White has an extra pawn and a big edge. Bd7 28. Qh5 28.Qg3! is better. Be6 29. Nb5 Qe7 30. Ng4 Rxd1 31. Rxd1 Rd8 32. Rxd8 Qxd8 33. Nh6+ 33.Nf2!? Bxh6 34. Bxh6 Bf7 35. Qg4! Be6 36. Qg3 Kh7 37. Be3 Qd7 38. Qf2 Qe7 39. g3 Bg4 40. Qd2 Ne6 41. Kh2 Ng7 42. Nd6 Qd7 43. Nc4 Qf7 44. Nd6 Qg8 45. Qf2 Qd8 46. Qd2 Nh5 47. Nf5 Qg8 48. Qd5 48.Bd1!? Qf8 49. Bh6 49.Qb7+!? Qe8 50. Qb7+ Kg8 51. Ng7 White could have won with 51.Qxb6. Qe7 52. Qxe7 Nxe7 53. Nxh5 53.Ne8! Bxh5 54. Kg2 Kf7 55. Kf2 Nc8 56. Bd2 Nd6 57. b4 Ke7 58. bxa5 bxa5 59. Be3 Nb7 60. Bb3 Kd6 61. Bc4 Nd8 62. Be2! Be8 63. Bd1 Bg6 64. Kf3 Ne6 65. g4 Bf7 66. Bc2 Kc6 67. Kg3 c4 68. h5 68.Bd1! Ng5 69. Bxg5 fxg5 70. Kf3 1/2-1/2


The tournament hall, Game 10 of the Women's World Chess Championship Match 2018
The tournament hall, Game 10 of the Women's World Chess Championship Match 2018, Chongqing.

The new Women's World Chess Champion Ju Wenjun
The new Women's World Chess Champion Ju Wenjun. Photos by Gu Xiaobing


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