I found the video below indirectly - while reading a Chess.com review for a new book called "Play Like a Girl!"- a fragment of which I reproduce here, thus:
Jennifer goes into the details of how and why the video was made in her post here. Here is a brief summary of what she says about the actual game as played in the video:
So here are the moves of the game for you to see if you can spot the drawing line - maybe you can see it in the video! If you can't, well - you'll just have to buy the book!
Jennifer is certainly one of the best representatives of the Royal Game, as can be seen from this brief biography:
She has co-founded (along with Jean Hoffman) the "9 Queens", a nonprofit educational organization founded in 2007 dedicated to extending the benefits of chess to those most in need of its benefits, especially girls and at-risk youth. So, yes, as well as the game itself, she is also involved in empowering women through the medium of chess.