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IMAGE: Indian Grandmaster D Harika. Photograph: Twitter Grandmaster D Harika missed out on some chances to settle for a draw with Georgia's Sopiko Guramishvili, while Padmini Rout survived a scare before enforcing a draw with China's Tan Zhongyi in the first game of the third round of World Women's Chess Championship in Tehran. Playing black, fourth seeded Harika pulled all the right strings for a long time against Guramishvili but failed to find a way to force a victory. However, the Indian ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Harika misses out, Padmini survives Business Standard, 2 months ago
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