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|Jun-02-10|| ||Tabanus: <wanabe2000> She won the Moscow Open section C (Woman's section) in February:|
|Jun-02-10|| ||DarthStapler: I keep submitting GOTD puns based on this player's name and they keep getting rejected|
|Jun-03-10|| ||Phony Benoni: Well, there's only so much you can do with <Paikidze>.|
|Jul-01-10|| ||ILoveFruits: i was about...
to say something...
|Jul-02-10|| ||Albertan: Apparently, Nazi is a girl's name especially used in Africa .It means
"coconut". see: http://www.baby-name-list.com/baby-...|
|Jul-02-10|| ||Nietzowitsch: <Albertan> I would not go so far.|
ნაზი (transliterated as Нази or Nazi)
<The Georgian female name <Nazi> can be found in Iranian languages as a male name (Med. *Nazuka-, Mid. Pers. Nāzuk)>
Such things happen, like Andrea is a male name only here in Italy.
|Jul-05-10|| ||theodor: go Neisy, go!|
|Jul-27-10|| ||Eduardo Leon: <DiscoJew: Has a French look to me, and very small hands...Now onto my Spanish friend named Fascista...
As a native Spanish speaker, I can assure you Fascista is <NOT> an usual name. His/her parents must be either Fascists (so they think naming their child after Fascism is a good idea) or ignorants (so they don't know what Fascism is).
|Jul-31-10|| ||Tabanus: 31st place in Biel Masters (Switzerland) 17-30 July 2010:|
|Sep-05-10|| ||plimko: Nazi Pakidze is the winner of Women's Russian Higher League 2010: http://www.totalchess.spb.ru/kalend...|
But is she georgian, russian, or both of them?
|Sep-05-10|| ||Dredge Rivers: I prefer her sister, Communist!|
|Sep-05-10|| ||whiteshark: ceegee, is it possible to adopt her wikimedia commons photo? http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...|
|Sep-05-10|| ||HeMateMe: I would guess that name caused her some grief in public school, growing up in Russia.|
|Sep-05-10|| ||TheVillageIdiot: I wonder if Nazi like to play a blitzgame. (:=)|
|Nov-15-10|| ||notyetagm: http://www.chessbase.com/news/2010/...|
|Nov-17-10|| ||percyblakeney: Great start in the Russian Superfinal, winning with black against Gunina. It's a very strong event with the whole Russian team that won all their matches in the Olympiad (Gunina had the highest Elo performance of the five with 2693).|
One unusual thing with the Superfinal is that the World Champion participates in a national championship and is 69-74 points behind the top rated players. Can't be often something like that happens.
Online transmission: http://www.russiachess.org/live/sup...
|Nov-17-10|| ||percyblakeney: Wow, today she won against Tatiana Kosintseva as well after playing a very impressive game.|
|Nov-20-10|| ||percyblakeney: And what about this result from the fifth round: Kosteniuk-Paikidze 0-1.|
|Nov-22-10|| ||wanabe2000: Here is a picture of Nazi from the Moscow Women's Championship played in March 2010. She won with 7.5/9. http://icce.su/pictures/upload/imag... Here are the final standings as well as the games in PGN: http://icce.su/tournament.php?id=37....|
note: In February 2010 she won the Moscow Open Section C (Women).
|Nov-24-10|| ||stanleys: To continue with jokes about her names : as Nazi tells - "Paiki" means pawn in Georgian.So she is a little pawn,but ready to become a queen.|
|Dec-12-10|| ||Dredge Rivers: Every hotsy-totsy Nazi stand and cheer!|
|Jan-20-11|| ||BLarsen1967: I just dont know what's the matter with Nazi?? Only 3.5 points out of 9 in the Georgian Women's Championship. 4 rounds to go - go show them Paikidze! Today Nazi is White vs Maka Purtseladze - live games here
|Feb-11-11|| ||Penguincw: I found an image of her : http://www.fide.com/component/conte...|
|Mar-31-11|| ||OhioChessFan: http://www.chessdom.com/images/stor...|
|Mar-31-11|| ||HeMateMe: That's one cute Nazi.|
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