Number of games in database: 137
Years covered: 2006 to 2018
Last FIDE rating: 2168 (2139 rapid, 2072 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2224
Overall record: +52 -71 =14 (43.1%)*
* Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.
Most played openings
|A46|| ||Queen's Pawn Game (10 games)||D02|| ||Queen's Pawn Game (7 games)||A48|| ||King's Indian (7 games)||D05|| ||Queen's Pawn Game (7 games)||C60|| ||Ruy Lopez (7 games)||A45|| ||Queen's Pawn Game (6 games)||C53|| ||Giuoco Piano (4 games)||D31|| ||Queen's Gambit Declined (4 games)||A80|| ||Dutch (3 games)||A40|| ||Queen's Pawn Game (3 games)|
🏆 Chess Olympiad (Women)
J Perez Rodriguez vs K Mona (Oct-04-18) 1-0
K Mona vs Z Stockova (Oct-03-18) 0-1
S Vega Gutierrez vs K Mona (Oct-02-18) 1-0
K Mona vs A Matras-Clement (Oct-01-18) 1-0
K Mona vs A Milovic (Sep-30-18) 0-1
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|Oct-10-07|| ||pawnofdoom: No kibitzing yet? Khaled won the Arab girls under-20 championship a while back when she was 11! She became the worlds youngest WIM and already has a few WGM norms, if I remember correctly.|
|Jul-28-08|| ||alshatranji: Born in 1994. She also won the African champinship in 2007 (at 13). She is a FIDE Woman Grand Master (WGM) at 14. Considering her age, she may have a bright future ahead of her.|
|Jul-28-09|| ||myschkin: . . .
"Egypt’s youngest chess champion"
(by Tracy Lowe, Egypt Today, 2004)
Fide card: http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?...
some backround (+ Pic): "Chess on the Nile"
|Mar-11-10|| ||Tabanus: http://www.medchess.org/gallery/5th...|
Champion of Egypt 2010 (with 9/9):
|Mar-11-10|| ||alexmagnus: At least one player who plays the national championships despite being totally dominant within her nation.|
|Mar-11-10|| ||alexmagnus: It's interesting, she is the best female player in <Africa> but only #108 among all players in <Egypt>. Why is African women's chess so undeveloped compared even to their own (far from developed) men's chess?|
|Mar-11-10|| ||Shams: <alexmagnus><Why is African women's chess so undeveloped compared even to their own (far from developed) men's chess?>|
Are many African women encouraged to compete intellectually with men in other facets of life?
|Jan-25-13|| ||Abdel Irada: Here's another photo, although I'm not sure how current it is: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_KpbLclPCA...|
|Jan-25-13|| ||Abdel Irada: <Shams: <alexmagnus><Why is African women's chess so undeveloped compared even to their own (far from developed) men's chess?>|
Are many African women encouraged to compete intellectually with men in other facets of life?>
In much of Africa, survival is a challenge; with an average per capita income of roughly two dollars a day, Egypt is no exception. This condition does not lend itself to the widespread development of recreational activities.
I blame poverty, which is the single most destructive form of violence ever unleashed. And note that I do not accept the notion that "they brought it on themselves"; there are historical reasons for this, and they are not the result of "choice."
When, or if, the forces that constrain are finally overcome, I predict that Africa will take its place as a formidable contender in chess as in other spheres. Meanwhile, let us applaud and appreciate the astounding ability of people under pressure to rise in the face of adversity.
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