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European Individual Championships (Women) (2010)

Player: Anastasia Savina

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Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. I Ivakhinova vs A Savina  ½-½43 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)E94 King's Indian, Orthodox
2. A Savina vs S Hoolt  1-039 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)D85 Grunfeld
3. B Kadziolka vs A Savina  ½-½49 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)E90 King's Indian
4. A Savina vs A Lomako  1-029 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)D09 Queen's Gambit Declined, Albin Counter Gambit, 5.g3
5. E Paehtz vs A Savina 0-164 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)B63 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack
6. A Savina vs N Dzagnidze  ½-½48 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)E32 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
7. I Rajlich vs A Savina  ½-½26 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)A07 King's Indian Attack
8. A Savina vs Hoang Thanh Trang  0-159 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)B00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening
9. Z Borosova vs A Savina  0-151 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)B56 Sicilian
10. A Savina vs V Gunina  1-024 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)D48 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav, Meran
11. T Kosintseva vs A Savina  1-038 2010 European Individual Championships (Women)B30 Sicilian
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Mar-11-10
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  HeMateMe: Monica is sockin' them
Mar-11-10
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  Viewer Deluxe: Antoaneta Stefanova sent her knight on quite a journey g6-f8-e6-g7-e8-f6-g8-e7-g6 in her game vs. Arakhamia-Grant in round 6. I canít believe this has happened in OTB game. Take a look (board #2) http://chesstuff.blogspot.com/2010/...
Mar-11-10  DiscoJew: <HeMateMe: I believe this page is now open for general comments, Shakesperean diatribes and Japanese Haiku poetry.>

What about a little after dinner raconteuring?

Mar-11-10
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  HeMateMe: Ok. Why don't we start an investment company that guarantees a 20% return for all investors? I'm sure the chessplayers here will trust us...
Mar-11-10  alexapple: How many players will qualify for the Women's world Championship in Turkey?
Mar-12-10
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  DarthStapler: I notice that the description on the front page lists the name Kosintseva twice, I know there are two of them playing but to the less informed readers they might think it was a mistake, so perhaps adding the player's first initial before one of them would be prudent.
Mar-12-10  Atking: <Viewer Deluxe:> Yes this knights moves are amazing but I'm more impressed by this light Bishop still alive even closed in the queen side.

Almira does pretty well too.

Mar-16-10  alexapple: Cmilyte got a GM norm, I think.
Mar-17-10
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  sisyphus: Cramling has a winning advantage over Cmilyte as the first time control is reached. She could get the title clear.
Mar-17-10
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  Karpova: Both Kosintseva sisters won their last round games so Tatiana finishes with 8.0/11 and Nadezhda with 7.5/11.
Mar-17-10  percyblakeney: N Ziaziulkina (2188) played two 2500 opponents and won against both (with black).
Mar-17-10
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  sisyphus: It looks like there will be five players tied for the bronze at 8 points: Kosintseva (Tatiana), Sebag, Zhukova, Socko, and Dembo. Tiebreaks tomorrow at 9:00 UT.
Mar-17-10
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  waustad: Congrats to Pia Cramling for winning her second EICC. She also beat Cmilyte for the first time.
Mar-17-10  percyblakeney: Cramling hasn't lost much strength with age when she still can win such a top event.
Mar-17-10  percyblakeney: Cramling and Kasparov are almost exactly the same age, only ten days between them.
Mar-17-10  kurtrichards: Maybe Kasparov should entertain some thoughts of coming back to play chess. :)
Mar-17-10  weisyschwarz: Tough luck for Cmilyte. She was undefeated until the last round. Those early draws are deadly.

Too bad for the beautiful Lilit Mkrtchian. She had a terrible tournament run this year.

Mar-18-10
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  sisyphus: IM Dembo beat GM-elect Zhukova in the first round of the medal tiebreaks.
Mar-18-10
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  sisyphus: GM Socko beat Dembo in the second round, 1.5-0.5.
Mar-18-10
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  sisyphus: Sebag beat Kosintseva, 1.5-0.5. She'll face Socko for the bronze medal at 15:30 UT.
Mar-18-10  stanleys: Ziaziulkina mated Scripchenko in the last blitz game and qualified for the WC.Congratulations
Mar-18-10
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  sisyphus: Socko beat Sebag with White in the first finals game.
Mar-18-10
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  sisyphus: It looks like Socko held the second game against Sebag to win the bronze medal.
Mar-19-10  Kopenhagener: I clearly remember the petite girl playing in Copenhagen Open 1980, a tournament won by Smyslov. She was the sister of Dan Cramling - today Dan must be considered the brother of Pia. Many congratulations !
Mar-19-10  Chessforeva: 3D games: http://chessforeva.appspot.com/C0_p...
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