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|Oct-15-09|| ||Winter: Anna the Great!|
|Jun-23-10|| ||GrahamClayton: Prior to the start of the 2009 US Women's Championship, Anna gave a 5 board simultaneous blindfold exhibition, finishing with a +5, =0, -0 score. This is believed to be the record for the most number of games played simultaneously blindfold by a female chess player in a scheduled and regulated exhibition. A report and video can be found at:|
|Jul-18-10|| ||Remizatorul: Nice pics gallery here ...
|Jul-20-10|| ||Tabanus: Placed 2nd in the US Women's Championship 9-20 July 2010:|
|Aug-08-10|| ||HeMateMe: Anna Z finishes 26th at Main Rapid, highest among women (World champion A. Kosteniuk finishd 49th) with 8 wins, 2 losses and 1 draw. She finished around the middle of the field, not too bad.|
|Nov-13-10|| ||HeMateMe: anna is seeded 18th at the ladies world championship. GL Anna! No Irina Krush, unfortunately. C. Baginskaite is in the tournament for the USA; she is seeded No. 49.|
|Apr-28-11|| ||SetNoEscapeOn: Congrats to Anna on winning her fourth US women's championship. They really made her work for it this time.|
|Apr-28-11|| ||James Bowman: <Congrats to Anna on winning her fourth US women's championship. They really made her work for it this time.>|
She started way off form, I still thought if she made it to the semi finals that she would be the favorite and she didn't disappoint. In some ways this was her finest U.S. championship because she showed the dogged determination to press ahead when it looked all but over.
Sorry for Irina she I'm sure is devastated for losing a won game.
And Tatyana Abramov should be overjoyed for going the distance.
|Jul-17-11|| ||Sho: Happy birthday Anna,
I teach middle school and try to inspire kids towards chess. I think the girls can find some in you. Thanks.
|Jul-17-11|| ||ketchuplover: Armageddon!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|Jul-17-11|| ||jakaiden: Happy Birthday to the most beautiful US Champion ever!|
|Jul-17-11|| ||HeMateMe: She is playing in that top flight women's tournament in China, alongside the mens team championships (with a nod to Judit Polgar, of course).|
|Nov-24-11|| ||PhilFeeley: Why don't they have the Swinkels-Zatonskih game here?|
White: Swinkels, Robin
Black: Zatonskih, Anna
1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4 4.Nxe4 Nd7 5.Nf3 Ngf6 6.Bd3 Nxe4 7.Bxe4 Nf6 8.Bg5 h6 9.Bxf6 Qxf6 10.Qe2 c6 11.O-O Bd6 12.c4 O-O 13.Rad1 Rd8 14.Rfe1 Bd7 15.Bc2 Be8 16.a3 b6 17.b4 a5 18.c5 Bc7 19.Ne5 axb4 20.axb4 bxc5 21.bxc5 Qe7 22.Qe4 g6 23.Nxc6 Bxc6 24.Qxc6 Rac8 25.Qe4 Qf6 26.d5 exd5 27.Rxd5 Rxd5 28.Qxd5 Ba5 29.Rd1 Qc6 30.Bb3 Qxd5 31.Rxd5 Rd8 32.Re5 Kf8 33.g3 Bc3 34.Re4 Rd4 35.Re3 Bb4 36.Rf3 f5 37.c6 Ba5 38.Re3 Rd6 39.Ba4 Bc7 40.Kg2 Rd4 41.Bb5 Rd5 42.Ba4 Rd4 1/2-1/2
It was played underwater!
|Jul-17-12|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday Anna!|
|Feb-10-13|| ||Wyatt Gwyon: Daniel did really well for a...large man.|
|May-04-13|| ||waustad: Her husband is from Latvia but plays for Germany. She's from Ukraine but plays for the USA and plays in the championships often. She also plays for Baden Baden in the Frauenbundesliga and may be the only German resident to play for them this year. The German language WIKI http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Z... claims that she moved to Long Island in 2005. I wonder how many nationalities their daughter claims and what languages are spoken at home. Her parents would have Russian and German in common and probably English.|
|Apr-03-14|| ||waustad: In the penultimate round of the FBL, I see two different results for her game
against Lilit Mkrtchian. In the live broadcast of the games: http://live.sf-deizisau.de/?g=2&r=10 it is listed as a draw, but on another website it is called a win for black: http://nsv-online.de/ligen/fbl/?spi...|
|Jul-17-14|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday to U.S. Women Champ and WGM/IM Anna Zatonskih.|
|Dec-14-14|| ||waustad: It appears that she got a "win" today for OSG Baden Baden in the Frauenbundesliga since both Foisor's were not present for SF Deizisau, though they wee listed as playing the top two boards. Baden Baden ended up with a 5-1 win and leads SK Schwäbisch Hall by 1.5 game points in tiebreak. They play each other on January 24. With so many players busy in tournaments in China, Poland and England, a lot of lower boards got some work today. http://nsv-online.de/ligen/fbl-1415...|
|Mar-28-15|| ||waustad: She played first board today for OSG Baden Baden and drew with WGM Marta Michna. Playing a weekend in Germany, where she lives, is less of a strain than her usual trip back to the US. Her team won 4-2 with wins on the bottom two boards. Many members of FBL teams were involved in the knock out tournament in Sochi, the Aeroflot tournament, the Polish Championship or the US Championship, so a fair number of lower boards played today. Baden Baden's matchup tomorrow is with SK Lehrte so we may see even lower boards playing since the latter team is one of the weakest in the league, elo wise.|
|Mar-28-15|| ||waustad: There was a comment earlier by <HeMateMe> that Anna Z played for Russia in a team event. According to olimpbase, she has played for Ukraine and the USA in international team championships. Playing for a Russian or other club team has nothing to do with nationality, unless there is a local rule about how many local players must be on the team. She has played in German and Chinese leagues for example. She could play for a Russian team like UGRA in the European Club Cup without representing Russia.|
|Mar-29-15|| ||waustad: Today OSG Baden Baden won all 6 games against SK Lehrte. In this round they used their bottom 3 ranked players, so that 5 of the 6 players were all German residents, which might silence some of the criticism from German bloggers. For anyone interested, games from earlier are available here: http://chess-international.de/ticke...|
|Mar-29-15|| ||schnarre: ...Thanks waustad|
|Apr-18-15|| ||waustad: Today she drew her game as first board for OSG Baden Baden. The team won their match 4.5-1.5 and clinched first place in this season's German Frauenbundesliga. Many of the top players from several teams were missing due to the Women's Team Championships taking place in China. Since both of the teams that were closest to Baden Baden scored 3-3 ties today, Baden Baden's 20 match points is enough to clinch, despite not having Either Muzychuk sister, Viktoria Cmilyte or Eva Moser playing today.|
|Apr-24-15|| ||WannaBe: I wanna hear Sylvester pronounce her name... Oughtta be a riot.|
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