|Nov-04-11|| ||Gogia: There should be Dzagnidze somewhere in between, shouldn't she?|
|Nov-04-11|| ||ahmadov: <Gogia>, I think she is not included in the list...|
|Nov-06-11|| ||whiteshark: IM Elisabeth Paehtz interviewed during the 3rd round of the European Team Championship (Women) (2011) :
|Nov-07-11|| ||HeMateMe: Whose in the lead, right now?|
|Nov-07-11|| ||Beholder: <HeMateMe: Whose in the lead, right now?>|
Russia and Georgia are the only teams that won all 4 matches thus far and they are playing each other today.
|Nov-07-11|| ||waustad: <Gogia>She's playing first board for Georgia today.|
|Nov-07-11|| ||waustad: Now Russia is alone in the lead after Pogonina and Kostenuik both won today.|
|Nov-07-11|| ||Beholder: Russia - Georgia 2.5:1.5, and not only Russia is now the only team that won all matches, but it's leading the nearest competition by 2 full match points!|
|Nov-07-11|| ||HeMateMe: The Russian girls had to man-up, because the men couldn't do it!|
|Nov-08-11|| ||Beholder: <HeMateMe: The Russian girls had to man-up, because the men couldn't do it!>|
Too true, too true.
|Nov-09-11|| ||Natalia Pogonina: <HeMateMe> So true... :)|
|Nov-09-11|| ||HeMateMe: Natalie, you speak English, with all the slang, and our peculiarities, like a U.S. citizen. How did you get such a strong grasp of USA-English-speak? I assume you live in Russia year round?|
|Nov-10-11|| ||Astardis: Some big names missing here... Cramling, Chiburdanidze, Galliamova, Arakhamia-Grant...|
|Nov-11-11|| ||HeMateMe: Congratulations to the Russian women, 2011 Euro Champions, three years running.|