|Oct-10-07|| ||samsal27: Mary Ann did well to stand second in the National Junior Girls at Nagpur even though she played after a long layoff. Congrats to her! - http://www.indianchessfed.org/News/...|
|Dec-08-07|| ||samsal27: After drawing with Asian Women's Champion Tania Sachdev, Mary Ann defeated IM Saptarishi Roy Chowdhary in the 7th round of the Commonwealth Chess Chammpionships. Good chance for a WGM norm here and possibly an IM norm as well!|
|Dec-24-07|| ||samsal27: Mary Ann made her WGM Title in Mumbai and is now looking out for her IM norms. Good luck to her! - http://www.telegraphindia.com/10712...|
|Jul-15-08|| ||BIDMONFA: Mary Ann Gomes|
GOMES, Mary Ann
|Nov-26-08|| ||bharatiy: Mary had a great olympiad 2008, hope this helps her getting an IM norm|
|Jul-23-10|| ||Tabanus: She won with black today vs veteran GM Vlastimil Jansa (CZE 2524) in the 1st round of Pardubice Open (42 GM's, including three 2600+ ones).|
Live games: http://www.czechopen.net/live-games...
|Nov-20-11|| ||wordfunph: "I do wish to become a Grandmaster. I still have to work a lot more for that, and work single minded towards that goal."|
- WGM Mary Ann Gomes
|May-11-12|| ||shivasuri4: In the women's section of the Asian Continental 2012, Mary Ann Gomes now stands second with 5.5 points out of 7 rounds after a fine 70 move win against GM Zhao Xue. She next plays the tournament leader Indonesian WGM Sukandar Irine Kharisma, who is at 6 points, in the 8th round.|
|Nov-22-13|| ||A.G. Argent: Congratulations to the 2013 Women's International Grand Master champ. At least one title re-claimed by India.|
|Nov-22-13|| ||BLarsen1967: (A.G. Argent) So yeah,Mary Ann Gomes playing in style!
|Nov-22-13|| ||HeMateMe: How is she at blitz?
|Aug-04-14|| ||HeMateMe: Very British name, she is board four for India at the Olympiad.|
|Aug-04-14|| ||weary willy: Possibly Portuguese (Goa?)Christian origin ...not that all British names are British names now (and the better for it)|
|Mar-19-15|| ||Penguincw: Congrats to Mary Ann Gomes for her play at the FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015). She entered as the 48th seed at 2354, and had to face 17th seed Tatiana Kosintseva (2483). The first 2 games were drawn, so that meant a tiebreaker was needed. The first 2 rapid games were won by black, and then white won each of the next 4 games, forcing an Armaggedon game. She had white and one extra minute, but needed a win. She forfeited on time.|
Still, she gained 3.4 rating points for the classical games, and would've gained 18.4 rapid and 14.4 blitz points.
|Mar-19-15|| ||Harvestman: What a fright she gave Kosintseva! Shame she lost out to the more experienced player in the armageddon game.|