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Amy B Hoare
Number of games in database: 78
Years covered: 2009 to 2016
Last FIDE rating: 2016 (1945 rapid)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2088
Overall record: +18 -39 =21 (36.5%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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Most played openings
B10 Caro-Kann (6 games)
B22 Sicilian, Alapin (6 games)
B06 Robatsch (5 games)
C55 Two Knights Defense (4 games)
C28 Vienna Game (3 games)
C65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense (3 games)
C53 Giuoco Piano (3 games)
C67 Ruy Lopez (2 games)
C45 Scotch Game (2 games)
C50 Giuoco Piano (2 games)

   🏆 World Junior Championship (Girls)
   A B Hoare vs Laura Hiebler (Aug-21-16) 1/2-1/2
   I Barchuk vs A B Hoare (Aug-20-16) 1-0
   A B Hoare vs Shree Ayinala (Aug-19-16) 1-0
   O Kiolbasa vs A B Hoare (Aug-18-16) 1-0
   A B Hoare vs Dilyara Albekova (Aug-17-16) 1-0

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(born 1996) United Kingdom

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 page 1 of 4; games 1-25 of 78  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. A B Hoare vs J Jackson  ½-½632009Hastings 2009/10B22 Sicilian, Alapin
2. Christopher Howell vs A B Hoare  ½-½562009Hastings 2009/10C48 Four Knights
3. A B Hoare vs V Hansen  0-1492009Hastings 2009/10B10 Caro-Kann
4. P Tozer vs A B Hoare  ½-½532009Hastings 2009/10A14 English
5. A B Hoare vs D Foord  ½-½422010Hastings 2009/10C28 Vienna Game
6. G O'Toole vs A B Hoare  ½-½772010Hastings 2009/10C53 Giuoco Piano
7. A B Hoare vs A Wilson  ½-½242010Hastings 2009/10A00 Uncommon Opening
8. M Goodger vs A B Hoare  1-0312010Hastings 2009/10C45 Scotch Game
9. S Gregory vs A B Hoare  ½-½642011Hastings 2011/12C24 Bishop's Opening
10. A B Hoare vs A G Grant  ½-½322011Hastings 2011/12B10 Caro-Kann
11. P Marusenko vs A B Hoare  1-0392011Hastings 2011/12D90 Grunfeld
12. A B Hoare vs J Rudd  0-1372011Hastings 2011/12A00 Uncommon Opening
13. A B Hoare vs J N Sugden  ½-½182012Hastings 2011/12A42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System
14. D J Ledger vs A B Hoare  1-0372012Hastings 2011/12C42 Petrov Defense
15. D Flynn vs A B Hoare  0-1382012Hastings 2011/12C68 Ruy Lopez, Exchange
16. A B Hoare vs R A Barton  0-1452012Hastings 2011/12B06 Robatsch
17. A B Hoare vs P J Batchelor  0-1402012British ChampionshipsB10 Caro-Kann
18. R Coathup vs A B Hoare  1-0432012British ChampionshipsE61 King's Indian
19. A Elwin vs A B Hoare  1-0532012British ChampionshipsD97 Grunfeld, Russian
20. A B Hoare vs J Rudd  0-1342012British ChampionshipsA27 English, Three Knights System
21. A B Hoare vs M R Burke  ½-½432012British ChampionshipsB06 Robatsch
22. I McDonald vs A B Hoare  ½-½522012British ChampionshipsC42 Petrov Defense
23. A B Hoare vs H Fabri  0-1462012British ChampionshipsB03 Alekhine's Defense
24. E Dodds vs A B Hoare  ½-½522012British ChampionshipsC55 Two Knights Defense
25. P Shaw vs A B Hoare  1-0482013100th British ChampionshipD85 Grunfeld
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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-20-14  waustad: Is she any relation to the famous author of quicksort?
Jul-27-14  waustad: Here is a picture:
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  HeMateMe: Here she is:


She would have gotten teased at my grade school (the last name), but I don't know how these things play out in England.

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  perfidious: <HMM> An alternative would have been to bear the surname of this player: Peter K Tart.
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  HeMateMe: I knew a kid who was really sharp in forensics. Why, they said he was a masterdebater.
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  perfidious: <HMM> Actually went to high school with a family, last name Tarte. Girls were all cheerleaders, but the one son was behind the door when they were handing out looks.
Jul-27-14  Everett: <perfidious> right, he had a face like he was perpetually sucking a lemon.
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  perfidious: <Everett> ROFL

Thing was, I didn't say all the girls were hot; really, only two of the four were much in the looks department. The first and third? Dayum, especially the younger, and a personality to go with her looks. Lost track of her, fool that I am.

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  HeMateMe: You should have chatted up the Tartes, when they were all tarted up.
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  perfidious: <HMM> That boat sailed a time ago.
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  offramp: The surname is famous and well-respected in the UK. Zebra crossings are often illuminated by Belisha beacons. These are yellow lamps created for pedestrian safety by Secretary of State Lord Hoare-Belisha.
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  HeMateMe: I hope she had transportation and wasn't walking the streets a lot...
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  sydbarrett: Her middle name is B, which sounds just like "be." Then follow that with her last name. Oh, I'm so observant and hilarious. ;-) Sorry Amy, I hope that after I point that out, no one else here will do it again.
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  perfidious: <Everett: <perfidious> right, he had a face like he was perpetually sucking a lemon.>

Just plain-looking, ackshly, same as the two sisters who were less attractive than numbers one and three.

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