Former world champion, Bulgarian Antoaneta Stefanova, has won the in the fourth game against Anna Ushenina of Ukraine at the World women's chess championship.
Stefanova needed a win and her comeback victory ensured that she would remain in the match while Ushenina had a full point lead, but crumbled under the pressure and the Bulgarian's steel resistance.
Sharing a victory each, the two contestants ended the regular four-game match with a 2-2 score....
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