With three losses after the first six rounds, Jobava was determined to recover in the 7th round, playing with the white pieces vs IM Anna Zatonskih. It became a game where Jobava dominated the middle-game and everything looked like a highway to victory. However, a momentary lapse of concentration in time-trouble, Jobava’s 32. Nf3? could have saved Anna the draw, since 32..Ng7 33. Qxh6 Nf5 34. Qh5 Ng7 35. Qh6 Ng7 would end up in perpetual moves.
The complete game can be found below on Chessbomb: