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Nancy Lane
  
Number of games in database: 3
Years covered: 2006 to 2017
Last FIDE rating: 1828 (1813 rapid, 1791 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 1967


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NANCY LANE
(born 1971) United Kingdom (federation/nationality Australia)

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She is a WIM. Daughter of Brian Jones, sister of Lee Jones and wife of Gary W Lane.


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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. N Lane vs R Siegmund  ½-½212006Queenstown ClassicA46 Queen's Pawn Game
2. Ju Wenjun vs N Lane 1-0282017Women's World ChampionshipD02 Queen's Pawn Game
3. N Lane vs Ju Wenjun 0-1302017Women's World ChampionshipD04 Queen's Pawn Game
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-30-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: When everything's coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.
Jul-30-07  hitman84: <whiteshark>Someone like Nancy might fancy that.
Feb-17-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: First I thought she was born 1967, but then I realised it's her current rating. :D
Feb-07-17
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  norami: She's the lowest rated player in the upcoming women's championship knockout tournament. In the first round she's up against the top player, Ju Wenjun. Good luck.
Feb-12-17  dumbgai: She needed more than luck. Mercilessly crushed in both games.
Feb-12-17
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  perfidious: <dumbgai: She needed more than luck. Mercilessly crushed in both games.>

This 'amateur' whom you have slagged in comments to both games from the championship is stronger than most tournament players, including you.

Feb-12-17  dumbgai: What does my own playing strength have to do with my comment (singular, not both games)? Did white or didn't white get outplayed in the game in question?
Feb-12-17
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  Big Pawn: <dumbgai: What does my own playing strength have to do with my comment (singular, not both games)?>

Nothing at all. What we have is here is a White Knight social justice warrior galloping gallantly to the defense of the helpless little female creature.

She was crushed. It's a fact and your comment was spot on.

Feb-12-17  dumbgai: I have nothing against <perfidious> and he's been one of my favorite contributors to this site, so I don't agree with calling him a SJW or what not. I'm just curious as to why he seems to have a problem with what I said. I don't think I was disrespectful to Nancy Lane and I certainly didn't intend to be, I was just pointing out the apparent ease with which Ju Wenjun appeared to crush her in both games being an indicator of the huge gap in skill between the two.
Feb-12-17
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  Big Pawn: <dumbgai: I have nothing against <perfidious> and he's been one of my favorite contributors to this site, so I don't agree with calling him a SJW or what not. I'm just curious as to why he seems to have a problem with what I said.>

Hey, <dumbgai>, don't be a <dumb guy>. He took issue with you because he is a White Knight SJW.

<I don't think I was disrespectful to Nancy Lane>

Yeah, no kidding, but <perf> being a <white knight> SJW has to swoop in like the big Super Hero is he to protect the delicate female creature.

Why else do you think he tried to put you in your place?

He's a <BIG HERO>, a real Social Justice Warrior.

Feb-13-17
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  alexmagnus: Also, perf, why 'amateur' in quotes? You think she is a professional at 1900?! Shortly she didn't even have 1900.

You probably didn't even look at the rating - if she competes for WWCC, she must be strong. Well. She came second in her qualifying zone (Emma Guo won, no idea why she did not play in the WWCC) with 6.5/9, when she herself was rated 1811. https://ratings.fide.com/tournament...

Feb-13-17
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  alexmagnus: Pardon, the average of opponents was 1811
Feb-13-17
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  OhioChessFan: <BP: Yeah, no kidding, but <perf> being a <white knight> SJW has to swoop in like the big Super Hero is he to protect the delicate female creature. >

So long as the delicate thing isn't in the Trump administration.

Feb-13-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  Big Pawn: <So long as the delicate thing isn't in the Trump administration.>

True, the the "misogyny" drips from his lips, full of hate and venom.

Feb-13-17  Howard: Nancy Lane, if I remember right, was a minor character in a couple of Don Winslow (fiction) books back in the 1940's.
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