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🏆 Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women) (2012)

Player: Irina Vasilevich

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. I Vasilevich vs E Sazonova  1-0552012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A20 English
2. A Sazonova vs I Vasilevich  0-1372012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)B42 Sicilian, Kan
3. I Vasilevich vs B Kovanova  0-1312012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)C36 King's Gambit Accepted, Abbazia Defense
4. E V Kovalevskaya vs I Vasilevich  ½-½422012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A20 English
5. I Vasilevich vs Zaiatz  1-0312012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)C33 King's Gambit Accepted
6. I Vasilevich vs E Timofeeva  ½-½472012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A16 English
7. O Girya vs I Vasilevich  1-0662012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A50 Queen's Pawn Game
8. E Sukhareva vs I Vasilevich  0-1422012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A50 Queen's Pawn Game
9. I Vasilevich vs E Ubiennykh  ½-½512012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A01 Nimzovich-Larsen Attack
10. T Shadrina vs I Vasilevich 1-0452012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)C03 French, Tarrasch
11. I Vasilevich vs D Voit  1-0302012Russian Chess Championship Higher League (Women)A01 Nimzovich-Larsen Attack
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Jun-22-12  Kinghunt: You were so close to an automatic requalification, just a half a point shy... But it seems that you didn't take that loss too hard and are looking to get back with a vengeance!
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  parmetd: Go Natalia Go!
Jun-24-12  HeMateMe: Looks like Natalie is well on her way to a trip to the closed Russian Championships. I guess the other top russian players are in that tournament that includes Kosteniuk and the Kointseva sisters, and they have already qualified.
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  Natalia Pogonina: @HeMateMe The sisters will be invited by rating. Alexandra doesn't have a spot in the Superfinal unless the RCF will make up a new rule.

The way things are supposed to be, Kosintsevas will qualify by rating; Gunina, Galliamova and Charochkina for winning medals in 2011, and 5 more players - for their performance at the Top League.

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  Wild Bill: Congratulations, Natalia Andreevna! Now go get 'em in Moscow!
Jun-25-12  Open Defence: <Wild Bill> you old avtaar is available now I think
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  Wild Bill: Why, thank you, <Defi>.

I've grown accustomed to Darth Vader, however. He represents my dark side so well. A good chess player should always be in touch with his dark side.

Jun-25-12  goommba88: Natalia,
How does it feel to be the hottest chessplayer on the planet!?
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  Sneaky: How many rounds left?
Jun-25-12  Kinghunt: Two rounds to go, and Natalia edges up to equal first!
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  OhioChessFan: <Wild Bill: I've grown accustomed to Darth Vader, however. He represents my dark side so well. A good chess player should always be in touch with his dark side.>

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  twinlark: Wonder why Goryachkina's not playing?
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  twinlark: Google translate is a laugh sometimes.

Using it to translate the official webpage, Ekaterina Ubiennykh is translated as "Murdered Catherine".

Olga Girya becomes "Olga Kettlebell", Evgenija Ovod becomes "Eugene Gadfly" and Daniil Dubov becomes "Daniel Oaks"...I actually looked up "Oaks" before I understood it was Dubov.

Jun-25-12  HeMateMe: That would make them the second worst in linguistics--right behind ChessBase.
Jun-26-12  Kinghunt: Natalia secures an invitation to the Superfinal with one round to go! In the last round, the pressure is off and she's just playing for glory.
Jun-26-12  HeMateMe: As always, the Russian finals are an orgy of talent. I guess the USA is number two.
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  Natalia Pogonina: Thanks for the support, guys! +5 =6 -0 is not bad, although before the tournament I expected this result to be enough for gold, not silver! :D
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  parmetd: Congrats Natalia! And wow yea who would have thought +5Kh8 was going to be 2nd!
Jun-27-12  Kinghunt: Kovanova had an absolutely phenomenal event, all the way through. Eight wins in this field is unbelievable.
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  brankat: 8/11 would have been enough for the gold most of the times, but B.Kovanova had an incredible score.
Premium Chessgames Member Congratulations Natalia. Best of luck in the Superfinals!
Jun-28-12  HeMateMe: Clearly, Kovanova was a Supernova!
Jun-30-12  apple scruffs: A mere matter of spelling, but I'd say Kovanova was a Supanova.
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  PhilFeeley: <AS> <Kovanova Supanova> I sense a <> pun title in the works...
Jul-05-12  HeMateMe: I haven't had a pun chosen in six months. It's a Punspiracy, mark my words.
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