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Daniel Fridman vs Anna Zatonskih
"How I Met Your Mother" (game of the day May-13-12)
Gibraltar (2010)  ·  Torre Attack: Classical Defense (A46)  ·  1-0
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Jan-31-10  aragorn69: Aren't those two a couple? Do tournament now foster domestic violence??
Jan-31-10
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  waustad: What confused me is that they are married and live in Ohio, but he is the #3 rated player for Germany.
Feb-03-10  desiobu: <aragorn69: Aren't those two a couple? Do tournament now foster domestic violence??> Ha!
Feb-03-10  Riverbeast: He had to show her who wears the pants in the family :-)
May-13-12  DanielBryant: If 38...Rd5, 39.Nxa6 Rxd7 40.Rxd7 Nxd7 41.Nc7.
May-13-12  fokers13: <danielbryant> probably much better ir 39.Re8 followed by d8=Q.....
May-13-12  inmate5: <DanielBryant: If 38...Rd5, 39.Nxa6 Rxd7 40.Rxd7 Nxd7 41.Nc7.> Good luck with that position against Zatonskih ;-) Instead, any rook move wins instantly (except for 39.Rxf8).
May-13-12  King Death: < waustad: What confused me is that they are married and live in Ohio, but he is the #3 rated player for Germany.>

It's probably FIDE residency, a player has to be in a country 3 years before he or she can play for the new country so he was listed as German at the time. This used to be just 1 year but I bet it got changed after all of the ex Soviets started leaving.

May-13-12
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  FearNoEvil: Most of them want to keep the foreign status because it helps them get invitations to FIDE events. Where title norms have requirements that American players play a certain number of foreign players.
May-13-12
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  Marmot PFL: <What confused me is that they are married and live in Ohio, but he is the #3 rated player for Germany.>

Ohio and the Midwest are home to many Germans, as the best land along the Atlantic was already taken by the English, Irish and Dutch.

May-13-12  King Death: <FearNoEvil> If you read this I checked your profile and I never heard of you so I looked up your games here and only found this one (J Johnson vs J Cline, 1979) but what a game! I even forgot that I kibitzed on it awhile ago! It must be old age or something.
May-13-12
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  Sneaky: For those who don't get the pun, understand that there is an American sitcom of the same name, and furthermore these two are married and have a five year old daughter. Maybe she'll see this page one day and have a little laugh.

Oh and perhaps I should add, it is Mother's Day in the USA and other civilized nations :)

May-13-12  DanielBryant: Ah, yes, I do feel a little stupid now.
May-14-12
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  kevin86: Now the knight will hold the pawn as the rook steps aside to help it home.
Jul-27-13
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  kdogphs: He slept on the couch after this one...
Jul-27-13
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  perfidious: He needed a night off anyway!
Jul-27-13
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  waustad: Responding to my own post, they do actually live in Germany now. If I understand correctly, AZ got her US status while she was a student in Cleveland and then moved to Long Island for a while. Anyone with more information is welcome to correct me.
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