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E Moser 
Eva Moser
Number of games in database: 350
Years covered: 1994 to 2014
Last FIDE rating: 2453 (2439 rapid, 2422 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2471
Overall record: +159 -88 =103 (60.1%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
      Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.

With the White pieces:
 King's Indian Attack (40) 
 Sicilian (36) 
    B22 B20 B51 B30 B40
 Uncommon Opening (26) 
    A00 B00
 Caro-Kann (10) 
    B12 B10
 French Defense (7) 
    C11 C01 C00 C09 C15
 Queen's Pawn Game (6) 
    A45 A40 A46
With the Black pieces:
 Sicilian (27) 
    B31 B30 B33 B32 B22
 French Defense (26) 
    C11 C07 C18 C00 C06
 Philidor's Defense (18) 
 Dutch Defense (18) 
    A90 A84 A97 A91 A81
 Old Benoni (15) 
    A43 A44
 French Tarrasch (9) 
    C07 C06 C05 C08
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NOTABLE GAMES: [what is this?]
   M Seps vs E Moser, 2007 0-1
   E Moser vs J Houska, 2007 1-0
   E Moser vs C Andersson, 2001 1-0
   E Moser vs V Exler, 2012 1-0

NOTABLE TOURNAMENTS: [what is this?]
   European Individual Championships (Women) (2007)
   Women's Olympiad (2008)
   7th European Individual Championship: Women (2006)
   European Individual Championships (Women) (2010)
   European Individual Championship (Women) (2008)
   European Team Championship (Women) (2011)
   European Team Championship (Women) (2013)
   36th Olympiad (2004)
   6th European Individual Women's Championship (2005)
   European Union Championships (2008)
   European Team Chess Championships (Women) (2007)
   Cappelle la Grande (2006)
   Chess Olympiad (Women) (2010)
   Chess Olympiad (Women) (2014)
   17th European Team Championship (Women) (2009)

GAME COLLECTIONS: [what is this?]
   Austrian Games by waustad

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(born Jul-26-1982, 32 years old) Austria

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She is a WGM & an IM. Absolute Austrian champion in 2006. National women's champion in 2010 and 2011.

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 page 1 of 14; games 1-25 of 350  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. E Moser vs J Jackova 1-033 1994 WYFWC Szeged G12(6)C56 Two Knights
2. E Moser vs Junior 0-127 1997 ViennaC56 Two Knights
3. E Moser vs Wang Yu  0-134 1998 Wch U16 GirlsC55 Two Knights Defense
4. Wang Yu vs E Moser 1-033 1999 Wch U18 GirlsA07 King's Indian Attack
5. E Moser vs V Piber  1-021 2000 Feffernitz Raika opA00 Uncommon Opening
6. E Frosch vs E Moser  0-159 2000 Tch-AUT -01A91 Dutch Defense
7. E Moser vs P Roth ½-½29 2000 Tch-AUT -01A00 Uncommon Opening
8. H Hamberger vs E Moser  ½-½25 2000 Tch-AUT -01B32 Sicilian
9. E Moser vs H Watzka  ½-½25 2000 Tch-AUT -01A00 Uncommon Opening
10. R Wiedner vs E Moser  ½-½29 2000 Tch-AUT -01A10 English
11. E Moser vs A Just  ½-½46 2001 2nd ch-EUR WomenA96 Dutch, Classical Variation
12. E Moser vs N Sommerbauer  ½-½28 2001 ch-AUTB20 Sicilian
13. A Zatonskih vs E Moser 1-080 2001 2nd ch-EUR WomenB00 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening
14. F Hoelzl vs E Moser  1-027 2001 TCh-AUT -2D78 Neo-Grunfeld, 6.O-O c6
15. E Moser vs M Raubal  1-042 2001 Tch-AUT 2000-01B12 Caro-Kann Defense
16. E Moser vs S Brandner  ½-½21 2001 ch-AUTC31 King's Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit
17. E Moser vs M Michna  1-028 2001 2nd ch-EUR WomenC00 French Defense
18. E Moser vs M Neubauer 0-174 2001 ch-AUTC32 King's Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit
19. E Moser vs R Thoma  ½-½55 2001 Tch-AUT 2000-01B10 Caro-Kann
20. E Moser vs R Lendwai  1-037 2001 ch-AUTB12 Caro-Kann Defense
21. M Klinova vs E Moser  ½-½46 2001 2nd ch-EUR WomenB15 Caro-Kann
22. H Rolletschek vs E Moser 1-046 2001 TCh-AUT -2A07 King's Indian Attack
23. W Kastner vs E Moser  0-159 2001 Tch-AUT 2000-01A40 Queen's Pawn Game
24. K Fahrner vs E Moser 1-036 2001 ch-AUTA99 Dutch, Ilyin-Genevsky Variation with b3
25. Kosteniuk vs E Moser  1-032 2001 2nd ch-EUR WomenB07 Pirc
 page 1 of 14; games 1-25 of 350  PGN Download
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  waustad: She played today for the Schachamazonen Graz and beat IM Michal Meszaros (2408). If they follow the pattern from the last round, games should be available in a day or so. The team is living up to its name since they won over an all male team SPG Horn Ratten-Krieglach by +3 =3 -2, with all 3 wins by women.
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  perfidious: <waustad> Triumph of the Amazons!
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  waustad: A name that has recently cropped up among the Austrian women is Eliza Truszkiewicz, who was one of the amazons mentioned above. It seems she changed federations from Poland to Austria in August.
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  waustad: The round 2 games for the Steirische Landesliga 2014/2015 are now out: Her win over Michal Meszaros is a Sicilian that was outside of this database by move 4. She won 2 pawns and her opponent resigned.
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  waustad: The Austrian Rapid and Blitz Championships will be played this weekend in Gamlitz. Most of the top Austrian players of both genders will be competing. It does not appear that games will be broadcast live. The next live broadcast will be 11/20/14 for the Bundesliga 1 opening round.

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  waustad: After a dreadful start where she went +1 =0 -3 in the first 4 rounds, she went +8 =0 -1 for the rest of the day. Rapids will be played tomorrow after what looked like a decent dinner and wine tasting, if the organizers are to be believed.
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  waustad: Here is a link to the winner's picture, with Eva M taking the Damenpreis:

Many pictures at:

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  waustad: With her final round win over David Shengelia she came in second, behind Markus Ragger in the Austrian Rapids Championship. She is also the top female, but the overall silver probably pays more. Many tournaments specify only one prize.
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  waustad: It looks like she got both. See pic:
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  waustad: Here is some video the tournament and both winners:
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  waustad: That video shows some extremes in Hochdeutsch vs dialect issues in broadcasting. The woman who introduces the piece is very easy for an non-native speaker to understand, speaking very slowly and clearly in Hochdeutsch. She almost sounds like she's doing a tape for a language lab. The man who does the voiceover has a strong Austrian accent, but he still speaks fairly slowly and clearly. The two players however speak quickly and colloquially. I can understand much of what Markus Ragger says, but find Eva Moser's answer more difficult, due in large part to how fast she talks. It reminds me of some Austrians I knew in Wien who went to East Germany in the '70s. When they were talking to each other some of the Germans who overheard them thought they were from Finland.
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  waustad: She has been nominated as the "Helle Köpfe" of the decade for Styria. She seems to be claimed by Salzburg, Kärnten and Steiermark and has won awards for being from each at one time or another. Several Austrians who appear to reside in the Graz area are listed as players from Kärnten due to their club affiliations, which complicates things even more.

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  waustad: League play continues. She drew with FM Gert Schnider 2380 Saturday for the Schachamazonen Graz. The only win for the team today was by Johannes Kerschbaumer, with the team going down 3-5.
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  waustad: The next two weekends could be very busy with the first 4 rounds of the Austrian Bundesliga 1 followed a week later by rounds 3 and 4 of the German Frauenbundesliga. OSG Baden Baden may not need to be at full strength to play the two teams from Leipzig, so she would probably either be on one of the top boards or not present.
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  waustad: The Croatian contingent all came to Feffernitz so they comprised five of the six Wolfsberg players in today's round. The sole Austrian player today was FM Erich Steflitsch, who won his game today and SV Wolfsberg won the match +3=2-1. The matchup for tomorrow is SV Jacques Lemans St. Veit. One player I didn't remember from last year was Miso Cebalo, who at 69 may not be playing all 4 rounds this weekend. The playing site is in Carinthia near the places where both Eva Moser and Markus Ragger spent their high school years. Matchups, links to live games and such can be found here:
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  waustad: Wolfsberg did not fare well after winning their match, losing the next 3 culminating in a 1/2 - 5 1/2 drubbing at the hands of Sparkasse Jenbach. Wolfsberg kept with the same lineup for all 4 rounds, so Eva M did not play. Her team SV Schachamazonen Graz also lost in the Steirische Landesliga, with two boards forfeiting and FM Richard Singer on top board. We'll have to wait and see what happens next weekend in the FBL.
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  waustad: She's playing second board today behind Anna Z. She plays white today against Katrin Daemering. I suppose for an editor of a chess magazine, taking the final weekend of the WCC off to play for Wolfsberg might not have been a good idea. With the rating differences, today ought to be a romp for OSG Baden Baden, with all 6 boards rated at least a 100 higher than the top rated player for SG Leipzig. Tomorrow should be a little closer since Allianz Leipzig features Karina Szczepkowska-Horowska on top board.
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  waustad: OSG Baden Baden went 5 .5-0.5 against both opponents this weekend. Eva won both of her games, so she has started the season 4/4. It seems ironic that since the olympiad she's +5 =1 -0, that I'm aware of, and the only game published is the draw. Perhaps more will become available in time.
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  waustad: I've submitted 2 games from last year in the Frauenbundesliga and one more from the Styrian league.
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  waustad: The FBL has a single round Sunday: 05. Runde So, 14.12.2014. Last year the single round weekend was during Gibtel and most teams found ways of playing before the official date for that round. OSG Baden Baden and their opponent did not do that, though they had played in the same venue earlier. I suspect that pehaps since the opposing team was almost all German, they felt that they'd have a better chance than usual against a team comprised mostly of foreigners, many of whom who were in Gibraltar, by making them play on the official date. It will be interesting to see who plays, since women's tournaments in China (the World Mind Games) and Poland (4th International Chess Memorial of Krystyna Holuj-Radzikowska 2014) will keep many of the top players away. OSG Baden Baden plays SF Deizisau, which has been a middle of the pack team so far:
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  waustad: It would have been a waste of time going to Germany since the top two boards for SF Deizisau were forfeits. As I suspected, a lot of lower boards played today.
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  waustad: This weekend OSG Baden Baden plays SK Schwäbisch Hall and SF Friedberg. At present they are tied with Schwäbisch Hall for the lead in match points, but lead in game points. Friedberg is not having as good a season as one might expect considering some of their players. I suspect these three teams to be at close to full strength. The only FBL player missing because of Wijk aan Zee is Valentina Gunina, and she is not a member of any of the teams I mentioned. One missing feature on all of the web access we have to the data for German leagues is a player search. Unless one already knows which league and team a player is on, there isn't a convenient way to find much out. The FIDE rating site with monthly "available" links on a player's profile page does tell the league and result if they played recently, but doesn't tell which team.
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  waustad: They are at full strength today. Moser is playing 4th board against IM Irina Bulmaga. This is the first game I'm aware of by Viktorija Čmilytė in about half a year. Both Muzychuk sisters are there too.
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  waustad: OSG Baden Baden won 4-2 with wins by Eva Moser, Viktoria Cmilyte and Mariya Muzychuk. Ekaterina Kovalevskaya lost to Schwäbisch Hall's Iva Videnova to keep it from being more of a rout. Tomorrow they play Friedberg. If the same people play on the same boards tomorrow, Moser will play white against WIM Lyubka Genova 2236.
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  waustad: The Muzychuk sisters didn't play today, so Eva Moser was white on board 2 against WGM Elena Levushkina. With her victory today she is now 6/6 so far in the league, picking up 44 points on her German (DWZ) rating. OSG Baden Baden scored 5.5/6 today and now lead with 14 match points, having already beaten both teams with 12, and 33 board points, ahead of Bad Königshofen with 30.5. There are 4 more rounds to go, and hopefully some of the games will be made available sometime. Last year the top two teams met in the last round and the games were broadcast, but the schedule didn't help this season with the leaders, and favorites, already having met.
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