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|Sep-08-08|| ||arsen387: Mkrtchian reached to Woman's World Championship quarterfinals and drew the first game with Hou Yifan. She is the first Armenian woman who reached to that stage, and what's also remarkable, is that she is yet undefeated in the championship. Congratulations. Go Lilit!|
|Jan-14-09|| ||spasskey69: Is there any more personal information available? Who is her trainer?|
|Mar-13-09|| ||Wild Bill: Lilit Mkrtchian is currently leading the European Women's Championship in St. Petersburg.|
It's too bad she isn't more of a devotee of a certain subset of the French. It would remind us how to get a close approximation to the pronounciation of her name.
Hint: A Rudolf vs L Mkrtchian, 2008
|Mar-14-09|| ||MMan: "Lilit Mkrtchian is currently leading the European Women's Championship in St. Petersburg."|
I hope the prize money is big enough that she can buy some vowels.
|Mar-19-09|| ||khursh: Congratulations to Lilit Mkrtchian on winning X European Women's Championship in St. Petersburg !!! /shared with Tatiana Kosintseva /|
Is there any tiebreak system [and which] to decide the winner?
|Mar-19-09|| ||khursh: A spectacular win in last round.
[Event "10th European Individual Women's Chess Champ"]
[Site "St. Peterburg"]
[White "Mkrtchian, Lilit"]
[Black "Romanko, Marina"]
[Owner "Association of chess federations, Moscow"]
1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Bg5 e6 7. f4 Qb6 8. Qd3 Qxb2 9. Rb1 Qa3 10. f5 Qa5 11. Bxf6 gxf6 12. fxe6 fxe6 13. Qc4 Kd8 14. Rb3 Qe5 15. Be2 Bh6 16. Rf1 Re8 17. Nf3 Qc5 18. Qd3 Ke7 19. e5 f5 20. Na4 Qa5+ 21. Kf2 dxe5 22. Qc4 e4 23. Nd4 Nc6
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24. Qxc6 ! Qd2 25. Qc5+ Kf6 26. Nb6 Rb8 27. Nc4 Qg5
28. Qe5+ 1-0
|Mar-19-09|| ||percyblakeney: <Is there any tiebreak system [and which] to decide the winner?>|
<IM Lilit Mkrtchian of Armenia and IM Tatiana Kosintseva of Russia will decide the new European Women Chess Champion after a rapid tiebreak match that should follow later tonight or tomorrow. IM Ekaterina Kovalevskaya entered the last round as sole leader, but then played too passively with Black pieces and Kosintseva knew how to punish this complacency. Lilit Mkrtchian bravely attacked WGM Marina Romanko's Naidorf Sicilian with the sharpest Poisoned Pawn variation. Black King remained stuck in the center and then Romanko blundered a tactical shot while trying to complete the queenside development.>
|Mar-19-09|| ||khursh: Thanks <percyblakeney>|
|Mar-20-09|| ||wanabe2000: http://chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp...|
|Mar-20-09|| ||hovik2003: Lilit, you are fantastic, I love you!!|
|Mar-27-09|| ||Udit Narayan: wow fantastic photos there!!!|
|Mar-31-09|| ||spasskey69: i asked an Armenia lady I know how to pronouice her name: it is MMM-Kart-chian|
|Jun-18-09|| ||OhioChessFan: I think Alex Trebeck would stroke out if you tried to buy a vowel on Jeopardy. <khursh> that game reminds me of this one:
Lahno vs A Gasik, 2001
where Black played Qa5 and later saw the Queen trapped.|
|Sep-15-09|| ||jon01: Mkrtchian seems to be one of the best women players in the world.|
|Mar-13-10|| ||weisyschwarz: Come on Lilit!! You can rebound! I have confidence in you! You can get a string of wins!!|
|Feb-26-11|| ||perfidious: Lilit is hot! If I ever had to play her, I'd go out of my mind.|
|Aug-09-11|| ||wordfunph: <perfidious: Lilit is hot!>|
|Aug-09-11|| ||I play the Fred: <it is MMM-Kart-chian>|
Or in the present case, "Mmm, mmm, MMM!-Kart-chian."
|Nov-12-12|| ||HeMateMe: Hey, beautiful girl with a Scrabble rack. That is, her name seems to lack vowels. She's in the 64 player lotto. Good luck to you!|
|Aug-09-13|| ||perfidious: For Lilit's birthday, I would give her a vowel.|
|Oct-06-13|| ||wordfunph: oh ohhh, taken :(
|Dec-28-13|| ||John Abraham: She is a strong chess player and very beautiful|
|Jul-07-14|| ||WannaBe: Helllllllllo!! =))|
|Aug-09-14|| ||perfidious: <wordfunph: oh ohhh, taken :(>|
Dang--some people have all the luck!
I'd slip her a vowel anyway, just to remind her of what she is missing.
|Aug-09-14|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday to WGM/IM Lilit Mkrtchian. Good luck to her and her team, as the Armenians face the Americans. On board 2, she has the black pieces against IM Zatonskih.|
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