By Nibaldo Calvo Buides
During the third round of the World Chess Olympiad 2014, in Norway, in the confrontation between Canada against Angola, the little 11-year old Luzia Pires (photo), who represents the African country, defeated in just 8 moves the Canadian International Master Nava Starr.
Nava Starr has 65 years and she is one of the top female chess players in Canada. She is an eight-time Canadian Ladies' champion, and she has represented Canada 12 times in chess Olympiads, and six times in World Championships.
The Canada-Angola match was 3 wins by 1, in favor of Canada.
Let's see what happened in that game:
Chess Olympiad (Women) (2014)
Nava Starr (2145) vs Luzia Pires (1538)
Three Knights Opening 0-1
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Nc3 Bc5 (Diagram).