48...Kf6? 48...Kf8 is the only chance, and in theory Black survives after 49.e5 (49.Kg5 Rxf3 50.Kxg6 Rf4) 49...Re1 50.Kg5 Rxe5+ 51.Kxg6, however, saving an endgame against h- and f-pawns is never easy in practice.
49.e5+ Ke6 50.Ra6+ Kf7 51.Kg5! Utilizing the fact that Black cannot play 51...Rxf3, as 52.Rf6+ transposes to a won pawn ending, White infiltrated to h6, won the g6-pawn and easily converted her two extra pawns.
There were many twists and turns in the game between heroines of the start, so we will disregard positional nuances, as promised.
White generally had an upper hand in the middlegame, and managed to break in prior to the control.
N. Dzagnidze – A. Goryachkina