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Khaled Mona
  
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.

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A46 Queen's Pawn Game (10 games)
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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)

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   🏆 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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KHALED MONA
(born Apr-09-1994, 24 years old) United States of America (federation/nationality Egypt)

[what is this?]
WGM Mona Khaled was born in the USA. She now represents Egypt. She won the African Womens Championship in 2007 and in 2011, and in 2008 she won the Arab Womens Championship scoring seven wins and one draw. Champion of Egypt (w) in 2010 (with 9/9). She played in the FIDE Knock-Out Women's World Championship (2012), but lost in the first round to Ukrainian GM Kateryna Lahno.

Photo: http://www.medchess.org/gallery/5th...


 page 1 of 6; games 1-25 of 137  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. K Mona vs V Papadopoulou  ½-½832006World Junior Championship (Girls)A46 Queen's Pawn Game
2. M A Gomes vs K Mona  1-0452006World Junior Championship (Girls)A04 Reti Opening
3. K Mona vs D Aketayeva  0-1552006World Junior Championship (Girls)A46 Queen's Pawn Game
4. K Mona vs T Abrahamyan  0-1382007World Junior Championship (Girls)A45 Queen's Pawn Game
5. M Bokuchava vs K Mona  ½-½352007World Junior Championship (Girls)D31 Queen's Gambit Declined
6. K Mona vs S Pertlova  0-1492007World Junior Championship (Girls)A03 Bird's Opening
7. K Mona vs L Karapetyan  ½-½372007World Junior Championship (Girls)A40 Queen's Pawn Game
8. A Salvador vs K Mona ½-½402007World Junior Championship (Girls)C22 Center Game
9. A Rudolf vs K Mona  1-0572007World Junior Championship (Girls)C60 Ruy Lopez
10. Yifan Hou vs K Mona 1-0252008Women's World ChampionshipC60 Ruy Lopez
11. K Mona vs Yifan Hou 0-1432008Women's World ChampionshipA46 Queen's Pawn Game
12. K Mona vs P Rout  0-1362008Girls 14-wyccD95 Grunfeld
13. K Mona vs I Han Wong  0-1372008Women's OlympiadA46 Queen's Pawn Game
14. K Mona vs F Al-Jelda  1-0342008Women's OlympiadA48 King's Indian
15. A Stolarczyk vs K Mona  0-1392008Women's OlympiadD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
16. J Ellappen vs K Mona  0-1422008Women's OlympiadC60 Ruy Lopez
17. B Mudongo vs K Mona  1-0602008Women's OlympiadC50 Giuoco Piano
18. F Andrea vs K Mona  0-1202008Women's OlympiadC50 Giuoco Piano
19. K Mona vs S Elnami  1-0442008Women's OlympiadD02 Queen's Pawn Game
20. V Ramos Gazola vs K Mona  0-1282008Women's OlympiadD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
21. K Mona vs A Ryvova  1-0262008Women's OlympiadD05 Queen's Pawn Game
22. K Mona vs A Gupta  0-1212010Dubai OpenD95 Grunfeld
23. K Mona vs K Solomon  0-1262010Dubai OpenA41 Queen's Pawn Game (with ...d6)
24. K Mona vs P Rout  0-1292010Dubai OpenA48 King's Indian
25. C Voicu-Jagodzinsky vs K Mona  1-0432010Chess Olympiad (Women)C53 Giuoco Piano
 page 1 of 6; games 1-25 of 137  PGN Download
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Kibitzer's Corner
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"

http://www.egypttoday.com/article.a...

(by Tracy Lowe, Egypt Today, 2004)

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

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some backround (+ Pic): "Chess on the Nile"

http://www.chessbase.com/newsprint....

Mar-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  Tabanus: http://www.medchess.org/gallery/5th...

Champion of Egypt 2010 (with 9/9):
http://www.chess-results.com/tnr312..., congratulations!

Mar-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  alexmagnus: At least one player who plays the national championships despite being totally dominant within her nation.
Mar-11-10
Premium Chessgames Member
  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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