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Chess Notes

By Harold Dondis and Patrick Wolff
August 21, 2010

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On her way to the US 2010 Women’s Championship, Irina Krush turned in this win against Iryna Zenyuk in the eighth round. Krush was weaned on chess at the Marshall Chess Club and was the US Women’s champion at the age of 14. In this game, she showed her chutzpah by playing the Blumenfeld Gambit, a first cousin of the ... (Full article: 380 words)

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