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Anna Endress
  
Number of games in database: 17
Years covered: 2005 to 2017
Last FIDE rating: 2127
Highest rating achieved in database: 2161
Overall record: +5 -10 =2 (35.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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ANNA ENDRESS
(born Apr-26-1993, 24 years old) Germany

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Anna Endress was born in Mainz, Germany. She became a WFM in 2014. Her parents taught her the rules of chess at the age of 5. Football is her hobby. Viktor Wiens was her first trainer but currently it's GM Sergey Galdunts.

Robert James Fischer and Magnus Carlsen are her role models.

Anna Endress became German U10 Girls' Champion in 2003, German U12 Girls' Champion in 2005 and German U14 Girls' Champion in 2007, German U16 Girls' Champion in 2009 and German U18 Girls' Champion in 2010. She became player of the year 2007 in the category U14 (Girls) and 2009 in the category U20 (Girls).


 page 1 of 1; 17 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. F Mammadbayova vs A Endress  ½-½642005Wch U12 GirlsB42 Sicilian, Kan
2. E Pavlovskaia vs A Endress  1-0412008Women's OlympiadB42 Sicilian, Kan
3. E Raeva vs A Endress  0-1382008Women's OlympiadD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
4. A Endress vs S Andriasian  0-1442008Women's OlympiadC53 Giuoco Piano
5. H Pacheco Medina vs A Endress  0-1222008Women's OlympiadD02 Queen's Pawn Game
6. B Franciskovic vs A Endress  1-0242008Women's OlympiadA00 Uncommon Opening
7. A Endress vs V Ramos Gazola  1-0302008Women's OlympiadB32 Sicilian
8. M Efroimski vs A Endress  1-0662008Women's OlympiadB81 Sicilian, Scheveningen, Keres Attack
9. A Enkhtuul vs A Endress 1-0232008Women's OlympiadA00 Uncommon Opening
10. Z Sarakauskiene vs A Endress  1-0312008Women's OlympiadB42 Sicilian, Kan
11. A Endress vs L Miladinovic  0-1932010WYCC Girls U18B48 Sicilian, Taimanov Variation
12. A Endress vs Maftuna Mamatkulova  1-0552010WYCC Girls U18B18 Caro-Kann, Classical
13. E Pavlidou vs A Endress  0-1262010WYCC Girls U18D31 Queen's Gambit Declined
14. A Endress vs A Rakhmangulova  0-1382010WYCC Girls U18B01 Scandinavian
15. M Efroimski vs A Endress  1-0522010WYCC Girls U18B81 Sicilian, Scheveningen, Keres Attack
16. A Endress vs J Gorozhankina  ½-½592010WYCC Girls U18B01 Scandinavian
17. Kosteniuk vs A Endress  1-0302017Frauenbundesliga 2016-17B52 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
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Dec-07-07  Karpova: August 14 2007:

Anna Endress came in third in the 1.Mini ORDIX Open (U14) with 5.0/6 (+5 =0 -1) http://www.chesstigers.de/ccm7/tour... The time control was 20min + 5s increment

August 15 2007:

Anna Endress won the 1. Mini FiNet Open (Chess960, U14) with 5.5/6 http://www.chesstigers.de/ccm7/tour... Time control was 20min + 5s increment

Dec-15-07  Karpova: Sep-29 to Oct-03-07, Verden/Aller (Lower Saxony)

DLM 2007 (a german national championship with teams from the federal states), Endress played for Rhineland-Palatinate and scored 50 % (+3 =1 -3) with an excellent performance (national rating 1967, new rating 2061)

Nov-03-07, Trier

Endress participated in the International youth contest between Rhineland-Palatinate (her team), Saarland, Luxembourg and the german-speaking part of Belgium.

Her team won every match and ended up on first place:

1. Rhineland-Palatinate 49.0/60 6:0
2. Saarland 32.5/60 4:2
3. Luxembourg 20.0/60 2:4
4. Belgium 18.5/60 0:6

Endress won all her games:

1.Round (versus Luxembourg)
Endress - Atashpender, Arisha 1-0

2.Round (versus Saarland)
Fernschild, Daniel - Endress 0-1

3.Round (versus Belgium)
Endress - Rudolph, Melvin 1-0

May-16-08  Karpova: Anna Endress became player of the year 2007 in the category U14 (Girls).

She's currently competing in the U16 (Girls) German Youth Championship and has scored 5.5/7 so far (+5 =1 -1) with 9 rounds overall, so two more rounds to go she occupies second place (1 point behind Bo Penne (the only one to beat her) and one point ahead of the contenders for third place).

Good luck for the last two rounds, Anna!

Btw, live games: http://www.dem2008.de/turnier/live1...

May-17-08  Karpova: Anna Endress came in second despite winning her last two games (Bo Penne scored 1.5 points in the last two rounds).

The final standing in the U16 (Girls) German Youth Championship:

1. Bo Penne 8.0/9
2. Anna Endress 7.5/9
3. Alisa Frey 6.0/9
4. Milana Smolkina 6.0/9

It's obvious that Bo Penne and Anna Endress were in a class of their own and Anna's performance was excellent. Anna (+7 =1 -1) was only 0.5 points behind Bo Penne (+7 =2 -0). Despite being the rating favorite, Anna belongs to the younger players in the U16 (Girls) section (Bo Penne for example was born in 1992).

Congratulations to Bo Penne - the new German U16 (Girls) Champion!

Congratulations to Anna Endress who came very close and put up a great fight! I'm sure that she will win next year!

Jun-21-08  Karpova: Anna Endress was part of the German team A in the 8th U18 European Team Championships (Boys' section) from June-13 to June-22, 2008.

The German team consisted of girls only and came in 9th (seeded 10th) with Anna Endress on board 3.

Endress scored 2.5/7 against a rating average of 2086 - a rating performance of 1955 (her current Elo is 2038) and she'll lose 5.8 points.

Her results:

Endress 1/2 FM Oliver Mihok (2352)
Stefan Mazur (2180) 1-0 Endress
Endress 1-0 Connor Woods (1881)
Jure Plaskan (2149) 1-0 Endress
Endress 1-0 Ahmet Ersin Yassa
Endress 0-1 FM Canto Jaime Valmana (2389)
IM Gyula Pap (2415) 1-0 Endress

So Endress performance is not as bad as the rating changes indicate since she only lost to players more than 100 points above her and please note that Endress is 15 while IM Pap is 17, FM Valmana 18, Mihok 15, Mazur 16 and Plaskan 17 years old (Woods' and Yassa's age is not given on the homepage) so it's fair to say that Endress needn't be unhappy about her performance.

Source: http://www.chess.hu/u18etc/modules....

Jul-27-08  Karpova: Anna Endress participated in the <CZECH OPEN 2008 "JIHLAVANKA-Open" B> in Pardubice from 2008/07/18 to 2008/07/26.

She scored 5.5/9 with a performance of 2078 and ended up on rank 107 (starting rank 183, 385 players).

Her results:

Andreas Jorczik (1820) - Endress 0-1
Endress - Toms Kantans (2148) 1/2
Oliver Schreyer (2147) - Endress 1/2
Endress - Jiri Chmelik (2158) 0-1
Dmitry Gladkov (1810) - Endress 1-0
Endress - Stefan Simmerl (1924) 1-0
Alisa Frey (1939) - Endress 1/2
Endress - Niklas Iwanziw (1900) 1-0
Jan Tesar (2135) - Endress 0-1

Source: http://chess-results.com/tnr14580.a...

Aug-20-08  Karpova: Anna Endress took part in the 15th Ordix Open in Mainz, Germany.

Information:

August 2 to 3, 2008
Saturday: Rounds 1-5 (beginning at 12:30)
Sunday: Rounds 6-11 (beginning at 10:00)
Rapid: 20min + 5s increment

Endress:

Seeded: Place 382
Result: Place 348 (out of 693)
Score: 5.5/11 (+4 -4 =3)

R1: FM Mathias Holzhäuer (2335) - Endress 0-1
R2: Endress - Axel Stephan (2268) 0-1
R3: Bence Szabo (2234) - Endress 1-0
R4: Endress - Manfred Wenghöfer 1-0
R5: Alexander Seyb (2243) - Endress 1-0
R6: Endress - Felix Ohnesorg (1851) 1/2
R7: Ralf Kellerwessel - Endress 0-1
R8: Endress - Gisela Fischdick (2232) 1/2
R9: Thomas Stenzel (2236) - Endress 1/2
R10: Endress - Thorsten Eckhart (2177) 1-0
R11: Berthold Bartsch (2209) - Endress 1-0

Source: http://www.chesstigers.de/ccm8/tour...

Aug-29-08  Karpova: The Youth International Contest between Germany and Russia ended (Aug-19 to Aug-29 in the Panorama-Hotel Neustadt - Mußbacher Landstr. 2).

There were strong teams of young German and Russian teams - boys and girls - playing each other. In the end, the Russian boys won 17-15 and the Russian girls 19.5-12.5.

Endress' results:

R1: Endress - Cherenkova 1/2
R2: Tarasova - Endress 0-1
R3: Endress - Burtasova 1/2
R4: Vasilkova - Endress 1-0
R5: Cherenkova - Endress 1-0
R6: Endress - Tarasova 1/2
R7: Burtasova - Endress 1-0
R8: Endress - Vasilkova 0-1

So Endress scored 2.5/8 (+1 -4 =3) which looks very disappointing at first glance but now have a look at this:

Anna Endress, born 1993, Elo 2042
versus
WIM Svetlana Vasilkova, born 1988, Elo 2361
WIM Viktoriya Tarasova, born 1989, Elo 2290
WIM Anna Burtasova, born 1987, Elo 2329
WIM Kristina Cherenkova, born 1987, Elo 2282

So Anna played much older opponents (there was only one younger participant than Anna - FM Ivan Bukavshin who was born in 1995) who had a 200 to 300 points higher rating than Anna (240 to 319 to be correct).

Source: http://www.schachakademie-hockenhei...

Nov-10-08  Karpova: Anna Endress participated in the <5. LGA Premium-Cup 2008 Nürnberg> from 2008.09.04 to 2008.09.07 - a Swiss tournament with 2 h for 40 moves and 1/2 h for the rest of the game.

With 3.5/7 Endress came in 86th (from 182 players):

R1: GM Berelovich (2557) - Endress 1-0
R2: Endress: - Martin Riexinger 1/2
R3: Andreas Riexinger - Endress 0-1
R4: Endress - IM Zaragatski (2419) 0-1
R5: Peter Thürauf - Endress 0-1
R6: Endress - Thomas Hartmann 1-0
R7: FM Hirn (2214) - Endress 1-0

So Anna didn't lose to a player rated below her and only lost to players rated much higher (more than 200 points minimum).

Source: http://schach.lga.de/index.shtml

Nov-27-08  Karpova: Anna Endress played for the Germany 2 in the women's section of the Chess Olympiad on board 4.

Further information:
http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...
http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...
http://rules.chessdom.com/no-short-...

The time control was 90 min for the fisrt 40 moves and then 30 min to finish the game with 30 sec increment per move starting from the first move.

Another important rule:

<3.6 Draws are NOT allowed before the completion of Black’s 30th move. This shall be superseded by Article 9.1 of the Laws of Chess. In case of doubts, the Chief Arbiter’s interpretation shall be final and without appeal.>

All the games: Women's Olympiad (2008)

All the results: http://chess-results.info/tnr16315....

In Round 1 gainst Sweden, Anna faced WFM Evgenia Pavlovskaia (2197) on board 4 and lost: E Pavlovskaia vs A Endress, 2008

In Round 2 Anna beat WFM Elitsa Raeva (2251) of Bulgaria on board 4: E Raeva vs A Endress, 2008

In Round 3, Armenia's WIM Siranush Andriasian (2290) won against Anna: A Endress vs S Andriasian, 2008

Rest day for Anna in Round 4 (2008.11.16) against Azerbaijan.

Round 5 saw Anna beat Puerto Rico's Hilzandryly Pacheco (1952) on board 3: H Pacheco vs A Endress, 2008

In Round 6 Anna played on board 3 again but lost against WIM Borka Franciskovic (2275) from Croatia): B Franciskovic vs A Endress, 2008

In Round 7, Anna beat Brazil's Vanessa Ramos Gazola (1973) on board 3: A Endress vs V Gazola, 2008

But now, Anna fell apart.

In Round 8, Anna lost to Israel's WFM Marsel Efroimski (2052) on board 4: M Efroimski vs A Endress, 2008

Round 9 saw her losing to Mongolia's Altanolzii Enxtuul (1977) on board 3: A Enxtuul vs A Endress, 2008 Apparently, her opponent knew the Polish opening much better and Anna spent a lot of time while Enxtuul replied almost instantly. Still, Anna equalized easily but then she sacrificed her knight for two central pawns and everything was over.

She got a rest day in Round 10 (2008.11.23) against Denmark.

In Round 11 she lost her game on board 4 to WIM Zivile Sarakauskiene from Lithuania: Z Sarakauskiene vs A Endress, 2008

Endress played 9 games scoring 3.0 points (+3 -6 =0) with a Rp of 2003. She'll lose 12,0 Elo points (her Elo was 2067).

I don't know what happened after Round 7. She had played above her level but then she got Black in all of the last 3 games and lost them. The 15 year old girl may simply have been on the ropes after all the stress. Still, the first 7 rounds showed her talent and that she needn't be demoralised.

Dec-31-08  Karpova: German Team Championship (DVM)

2007 (December 26 to December 30, play began on Dec-27) in Stuttgart

Endress participated in the U20 Girls’ section on board 1 for the SC Nastätten

R1: Corinna Dietzen (1918) – Endress 0-1
R2: Endress – Nicole Lorenz (1729) 1-0
R3: Johanna Blübaum (1856) – Endress 0-1
R4: Endress – Carmen Beltz (1824) 1-0
R5: Larissa Erben (1937) – Endress ½
R6: Endress – Anna Karmann (1806) 1-0
R7: Franziska Gasch (1908) – Endress 1-0

So Endress scored 5.5/7 (+5 -1 -1) against a rating average of 1854. The SC Nastätten reached 4th place despite being the favourite but Anna can surely be proud of her performance.

Source: http://www.deutsche-schachjugend.de...

Dec-31-08  Karpova: German Team Championship (DVM)

2008 (December 26 to December 30, play began on Dec-27) in Arendsee, Altmark

Endress participated in the U20 section on board 3 for the TSV Schott Mainz

7 rounds Swiss, 6 players per team and one reserve player Time control: 2 hours for 40 moves + 30 min for the rest They played two rounds per day on December 27, 28 and 29.

R1: Endress – Benjamin Häusinger (1976) ½
R2: Christian Zemella (2016) – Endress 0-1
R3: Christopher Seifert (2133) – Endress 0-1
R4: Endress – Benedikt Kappe (1985) ½
R5: Blasius Nuber (2073) – Endress ½
R6: Endress – Mario Linsenmeyer (2101) ½
R7: Felix Werthebach (2128) – Endress 1-0

So Endress scored 4.0/7 (+2 -1 =4) against a rating average of 2059 which is very good! The U20 section is the highest section. Despite Anna’s good result, TSV Schott Mainz reached 11th place only (out of 16 teams) but that’s because their lower boards played much weaker).

There was a Blitz tournament on December 30 and TSV Schott Mainz won it. So another success for Anna apart from her good performance in the main event.

Source: http://www.dvm-schach.de/index.htm

Jun-06-09  Karpova: Anna Endress won the German U16 Girls' Youth Championship convincingly with 7.0/9 (+6 -1 =2). Julia Bochis followed with 6.5 points ahead of Milana Smolkina and Thuy Nguyen Minh (both with 6.0 points but Smolkina has the better tie-beaks).

Round to round results:

R1: Endress - Rahel Micklich (1779) 1-0

R2: Thuy Nguyen Minh (1862) - Endress 0-1

R3: Endress - Milana Smolkina (1917) 1/2

R4: Johanna Bluebaum (1951) - Endress 0-1

R5: Endress - Nadine Stitterich (1918) 1-0

R6: Annika Schaetz (1763) - Endress 1-0

R7: Endress - Julia Bochis (2047) 1/2

R8: Anja Schulz (1995) - Endress 0-1

R9: Endress - Christin Anker (1886) 1-0

The Swiss tournament took place from 2009.05.30 to 2009.06.06 (departure on 2009.06.07). Time control: 90 min for the first 40 moves and 30 min for the rest with an increment of 30 sec from the beginning.

Source: http://www.deutsche-schachjugend.de...

Jun-27-09  myschkin: . . .

"...Trotz aller Begeisterung und viel versprechender Aussichten sieht Anna Endreß ihre berufliche Zukunft dennoch nicht im Schachsport: "Damit möchte ich später nicht mein Geld verdienen. Ich will Abitur machen und danach studieren, Jura vielleicht", blickt das Ausnahmetalent voraus."

Source: http://www.allgemeine-zeitung.de/sp...

Jun-27-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: @myschkin: Looks like a typical thing... Same's with Hanna Marie Klek, who once was asked if she is going to go pro later- a definitive "no"... In chess, you have to go to the absolute top to get enough money as a pro. Neither Endress nor Klek look like getting into there (they are both dominating their respective age groups in Germany, but not worldwide...)
Jun-27-09  myschkin: . . .

Yup, I agree on this.

Jul-22-09  Karpova: Anna Endress played on the second board for Germany 1 in the Girls' section of the European Youth Team Championship U18 2009 at Pardubice.

Seeded fifth, Germany 1 reached third place (behind Germany 2 and Poland).

Playing schedule:

<
Thursday July 16, 15:00 Opening, 15:30 Round 1
Friday July 17 15:00 Round 2
Saturday July 18 15:00 Round 3
Sunday July 19 15:00 Round 4
Monday July 20 15:00 Round 5
Tuesday July 21 15:00 Round 6
Wednesday July 22 9:00 Round 7, 15:00 Closing
>

Time limit: <The time rate should be 90 minutes for the first 40 moves followed by 30 minutes for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 seconds per move starting from move 1.>

Source: http://www.czechopen.net/tournament...

Anna scored 4.0/7 (+3 -2 =2) with a performance of 2099 (she was rated 2076).

Round to round results:

R1: Endress - Christin Anker (1901) 1-0

R2: Adeline-Ramona Uta (2076) - Endress 1/2

R3: WFM Karolina Olsarova (2151) - Endress 1-0

R4: Endress - Ivona Purgar (2079) 1-0

R5: Endress - WFM Eszter Dudas (2141) 1-0

R6: WFM Filiz Osmanodja (1954) - Endress 1/2

R7: Patrycia Labedz (2044) - Endress 1-0

While it's true that Anna's last round loss cost Germany 1 the title, it should not be forgotten that her wins in rounds 4 and 5 were crucial as Diana Hannes only drew her games there.

Source: http://chess-results.com/tnr23806.a...

Jan-05-10  Karpova: Anna Endress participated in the 16th ORDIX Open (2009.08.01 - 2009.08.02) of the Chess Classic Mainz 2009 (CCM9) tournament (2009.07.27 - 2009.08.02) and reached place 398 (out of 694 participants).

Time controls: 20 min + 5 s increment

At that time, Anna had an Elo of 2076

R1: Endress - Grieb, Lukas 1-0

R2: Endress - Silber, Henning (2305) 0-1

R3: Kadyrov, Azat - Endress 0-1

R4: Feist, Peter (2249) - Endress 1-0

R5: Endress - Schuhmacher, Jakob (1694) 1-0

R6: Kiefer, Daniel (2270) - Endress 0-1

R7: Endress - Markmann, Ulrich (2282) 0-1

R8: Lambert, Andreas (2225) - Endress 1-0

R9: Endress - Günthner, Arthur (1813) 1-0

R10: Fischdick, Gisela (2238) - Endress 1-0

R11: Endress - Eigemann, Julian (1740) 0-1

So Endress scored 5.0/11 (+5 -6 =0) against a rating average of 2090.

Source: http://chesstigers.de/ccm9/tourname...

Jan-05-10  Karpova: Anna Endress represented Germany at the World Youth Chess Championship 2009, section U-16 Girls (2009.11.12 to 2009.11.22).

She reached the shared rank 12-20 with 7.0/11 (she was the only untitled player to do so).

Rate of play: 90 min for the first 40 moves followed by 30 min for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 s per move starting from move one.

At that time, Anna had an Elo of 2090 and was seeded 29th.

R1: Arig, Busra (1747) - Endress 0-1

R2: Endress - WIM Padmini, Rout (2333) 0-1

R3: Bauer, Marie-Christine (1888) - Endress 0-1

R4: Endress - Kim, Natalya 1-0

R5: WFM Nguyen Thi Mai Hung (2244) - Endress 1-0

R6: Endress - WFM Baciu, Diana (2173) 1-0

R7: WIM Butuc, Maria (2204) - Endress 1-0

R8: Endress - Edes, Zsofia (1959) 1-0

R9: WIM Gargare, Shalmali (2150) - Endress 1-0

R10: Endress - Robinson, Darrian (1931) 1-0

R11: WFM Tjolsen, Katrine (2194) - Endress 0-1

So Anna scored +7 -4 =0 with a rating performance of 2104.

A great result for Anna against such a strong competition only losing to players outrating her. She won against all lower rated players and managed to beat two rating favorites.

Source: http://wycc2009.tsf.org.tr/componen...

Jan-05-10  Karpova: Anna Endress participated in the German Team Championship, section U-20 Girls on board 1 of TSV Shott-Mainz.

It took place in Chemnitz from 2009.12.26 to 2009.12.30.

Time control: 90 min for the first 40 moves followed by 30 min for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 s per move starting from move one.

Due to illness Anna missed the first 3 rounds.

R4: Drewes, Carina - Endress 0-1

R5: Lorenz, Nicole - Endress 0-1

R6: Endress - Sonnhalter, Stella 1/2

R7: Nekrasova, Kateryna - Endress 0-1

TSV Schott-Mainz came in second despite being the highest rated team. They lost their match to the later winner SV Stuttgart-Wolfbusch in round 3 with 1-3. Anna was ill and therefore couldn't play but she would have had white and was the heavy rating favorite.

Source: http://www.deutsche-schachjugend.de...

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Anna's current Elo is 2105.

Source: http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?...

May-29-10  Karpova: Anna Endress became Player of the Year in 2009 in teh category U20 (Girls) ahead of WIM Melanie Ohme among others.

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Anna participated in the German U18 Girls' Championship and won with 7.5/9 (+7 -1 =1) ahead of Julia Bochis (same score but worse tie-break score).

The 9 rounds were played between May-23 and May-29 antemeridian (exceptions were the two rounds played on May-23 and May-25 with rounds 2 and 5 in the afternoon). This was a swiss-system tournament.

Time control: 90 min for the first 40 moves followed by 30 min for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 s per move starting from move one.

Anna was the highest rated player and therefore the favourite but it turned out to be a tough fight. Thuy Nguyen Minh could have won the event also but drew in the last round and came in third with 7.0/9.

Anna's round-to-round results (I will always give her opponents's Elo, not the DWZ. Her own Elo was 2107):

R1: Endress - Vanessa Kohm (1768) 1-0

R2: Andrea Mijatovic (1864) Endress 0-1

R3: Endress - Pauline Mertens (1999) 1-0

R4: Thuy Nguyen Minh (1895) - Endress 0-1

R5: Endress - Tiffany Kinzel (1570) 1-0

R6: Julia Bochis (2086) - Endress 1-0

R7: Endress - Johanna Blübaum (1988) 1-0

R8: Alisa Frey (2049) - Endress 1/2

R9: Endress - Nadine Stitterich (1974) 1-0

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Source: http://www.deutsche-schachjugend.de...

Jul-11-10  Karpova: Anna Endress participated in the Erfurt WGM tournament 2010. The event took place from July-3 to July-10.

Time control: 90 min for the first 40 moves followed by 30 min for the rest of the game with an addition of 30 s per move starting from move one.

Draw offers only after move 30.

Anna`s Elo at the beginning was 2161.

Results:

R1: Ekaterina Jussupow (2174) - Endress 0-1

R2: Endress - Anna Sharevich (2253) 0-1

R3: Elena Boric (2261) - Endress 1-0

R4: Endress - Joanna Dworakowska (2338) 1/2

R5: Elena Levushkina (2345) - Endress 1/2

R6: Endress - Marta Michna (2393) 0-1

R7: Doreen Troyke (2087) - Endress 0-1

R8: Filiz Osmanodja (2061) - Endress 1-0

R9: Endress - Irina Zakurdjaeva (2280) 0-1

So Anna scored 3.0/9 with +2 =2 -5 against strong opposition.

1. Boric, Elena 6.5
2. Michna, Marta 6.5
3. Zakurdjaeva, Irina 6.5
4. Levushkina, Elena 6.0
5. Dworakowska, Joanna 5.5
6. Sharevich, Anna 5.0
7. Endress, Anna 3.0
8. Troyke, Doreen 2.0
9. Jussupow, Ekaterina 2.0
10. Osmanodja, Filiz 2.0

She underperformed a bit but her results are not bad considering the rating differences (apart from the loss to Osmanodja).

Source: http://erfurter-frauengmturnier2010...

Jul-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: <She underperformed a bit but her results are not bad considering the rating differences (apart from the loss to Osmanodja).>

Osmanodja is often up to surprise wins though. 2 points in this event, but I already saw her landing 2400+ TPRs.

Apr-01-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: Whatever happened to her? She was a <really> promising player as a junior and apparently she still plays a couple of tournaments per year (in 2015 it were 15 games rated for the German national rating), but she stopped at 2100 she had aleardy as a young girl!
Apr-01-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <alexmagnus> 5 FBL games and 8 Erfurt games are dated/from 2014.

It seems she is doing 'chess travelling' seriously since 2015.

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