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16th Asian Games (Women Teams) (2010)

Player: Shadi Paridar

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Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. K Alshikh vs S Paridar 0-126 2010 16th Asian Games (Women Teams)B47 Sicilian, Taimanov (Bastrikov) Variation
2. S Paridar vs Ju Wenjun ½-½24 2010 16th Asian Games (Women Teams)B22 Sicilian, Alapin
3. Le Thao Nguyen Pham vs S Paridar 1-049 2010 16th Asian Games (Women Teams)A45 Queen's Pawn Game
4. S Paridar vs B Hallaeva 1-032 2010 16th Asian Games (Women Teams)C77 Ruy Lopez
5. O Sabirova vs S Paridar 1-025 2010 16th Asian Games (Women Teams)A07 King's Indian Attack
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-22-10  bubuli55: FIRST! :) Go Philippines Go!
Nov-22-10  bubuli55: If I have my way I would rest JP Gomez in the 6th round and El Eugenio in the 7th round. Sorry Wesley and gmjoey. You don't get a break. Good luck RP team
Nov-25-10  Don Cossacks: < bubuli55: FIRST! :) Go Philippines Go! >Phl has no entry on women's division.
Nov-25-10
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  wordfunph: maybe for 2014 Asian Games.. :)
Nov-25-10  bubuli55: exactly my point. if i only knew i would have sent one. we have striving potential players who need the experience. hey i'm not going to sulk about it. it's Thanksgiving Day. enjoy the turkey and the Cowboys! :) later
Nov-26-10  Don Cossacks: Hou Yifan and Zhao Xue took the gold and silver in individual play to complete China's domination on both men's and women's divisions.
Nov-27-10  bubuli55: impressive what China has done in chess in such a short time. does anybody know what they are doing? i'd like to take some pointers

congrats to China!

Nov-28-10  kardopov: <bubuli55: impressive what China has done in chess in such a short time. does anybody know what they are doing? i'd like to take some pointers>

Yes indeed in such a short time. But I guess its because they are not totally stranger to the game. They have a board game which they say is very similar to chess. And these Chinese are very good at it.

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