From The Times of India:
Humpy strikes against Anna in World Chess Championship
Hari Hara Nandanan, TNN, Dec 12, 2010, 02.42am IST
CHENNAI: India's Koneru Humpy struck with black pieces in the first game of the pre-quarter finals against Anna Zatonskih of US in the Women's World Chess Championship at Hatay on Friday.
Playing black in the Queen's Gambit Declined, the Indian won a pawn on the 16th move with a neat tactical shot and went on simplifying the position, keeping her advantage. First, she threatened mate with the bishop and Queen but changed the plan to a Queen and room combination that was more deadly. After 45 moves, Anna resigned, faced with a mating combination.
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