WWCC: Hou Yifan Checkmated Her Challenger and Leads 4-2

Время публикации: 21.11.2011 21:38 | Последнее обновление: 21.11.2011 21:42

In the sixth game of the match for the World Championship that takes place in Tirana, the reigning World Champion grabbed initiative on the 32th move and converted advantage into a point using Koneru's further inaccuracies.  

33.Rg1 Re2 34.Bd4 Rxf5 35.Bc4 Rd2 36.Bc3 Ne4

37.Rge1 Ng3+! 38.hxg3 Rh5+ 0-1
White resigned because of the inevitable mate on the 40th move.

Hou Yifan is now two points ahead of her challenger Koneru. The next game will take place on Wednesday.


  


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