Mariya Muzychuk: Professionals must absorb losses
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Mariya Muzychuk: Professionals must absorb losses
IMG 4681The younger of the Muzychuk sisters came to the press center after winning her match with Monika Socko, and shared her impressions from the first two rounds.

Anastasia Karlovich: Dear friends, welcome to the Women's World Chess Championship. Our guest is the Ukrainian player Mariya Muzychuk. She defeated Monika Socko and is first to win a tie-break match today. Mariya, let us start with your first match.

Mariya Muzychuk: The start of the championship was quite tough. My opponent in the first round was the Canadian player of a Chinese origin. I lost the first game despite having a completely winning position, because I made a single inaccurate move in the time trouble. I just miscalculated and made a losing move, unfortunately.

 
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