< Earlier Kibitzing · PAGE 2 OF 2 ·
|Nov-15-11|| ||Refused: Congratulations on your Gold at the Euros. GM Pogonina|
But can you give an explanation why your male counterparts on Team Russia produced a rather disappointing result?
Ok, the difference in term of playing strength between the Russian Womens' Team and the rest of the field is much bigger than on the mens' part, and anything but gold would have been a big surprise. But still, with such an "Allstar line-up" a medal must have been the minimum aim at the mens' tournament.
|Dec-25-11|| ||parmetd: Dear Peter Zhdanov and Natalia Pogonina,
Merry Christmas and all the best.
|May-23-12|| ||iroozdar: Natalia, what say about Draw?|
|Jun-23-12|| ||eternaloptimist: Congratulations on finishing in the top 10 in the spring leg of chessbookie! I also see that u r doing well in the Russian higher league tournament. Good luck in your remaining games!|
|Aug-11-12|| ||WinKing: Your game is looking very strong GM Pogonina! Good luck on your attempt to win the crown in the Russian Superfinals.|
|Aug-12-12|| ||WinKing: Congratulations on winning the Russian Chess Superfinal! A very impressive performance against very strong opposition.|
|Aug-12-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: <Natalia> Congratulations on becoming the 2012 Female Russian Chess Champion!!|
|Aug-13-12|| ||talisman: <Natalia> congratulations and thanks for all you do to make the live games enjoyable.|
|Nov-13-12|| ||David2009: Congratulations GM Pogonina on getting through the first round of the FIDE Knock-Out Women's World Championship (2012) (see also http://chess2012.ugrasport.com) and best wishes for the rest of the tournament!|
You have made a lot of friends here by your commentaries and also taking us on in N Pogonina vs The World, 2009 and the return match.
|Nov-15-12|| ||AylerKupp: And congratulations on winning the second round. GM Kostaniuk is a formidable opponent and your win was a very exciting game. I hope that you go all the way.|
|Apr-02-13|| ||moulicules: Congrats Talia!|
|Apr-02-13|| ||wordfunph: <The other 7 runner-ups all win a free one-year Chessgames membership and automatically qualify for the 2013/2014 championship.|
(4) AnimusEtOblivio 21,976
(5) crazybird 19,418
(6) moulicules 18,668
(7) Natalia Pogonina 16,690
(8) Robin01 16,534
(9) SwitchingQuylthulg 16,395
(10) moronovich 16,201>
|Apr-03-13|| ||cro777: The Russian Team Chess Champioship 2013 takes place 6-14 April in Loo, Sochi, Russia.|
The women’s event is a team round robin with 6 teams.
Natalia plays for Ugra, Khanty-Mansiysk.
Anna Ushenina, Baira Kovanova, Marina Romanko and Tatiana Shadrina play on the same team.
Round 1 starts on April 7th at 15:00 local time.
|Apr-25-13|| ||Alien Math: Article of Natalia Pogonina as Multi-talented chess beauty, some pictures appear, notes not in English http://thethao.vnexpress.net/photo/...|
|Jul-26-13|| ||wordfunph: fight Natalia!
<European Women's Championship rd 4: Vojinovic-Pogonina : Pogonina [info] 200 LIVE BET 5:4 2.24 448 Jul-26-13>
|Aug-05-13|| ||OhioChessFan: Per the chess grandmaster dustup, I appreciate your measured response and a bit of humor in what was becoming a highly charged environment.|
|Aug-05-13|| ||alexmagnus: <Natalia Pogonina> I like your games and the style of your writing (and your "chatiness" with us low players) but I'm still kind of mad at your comments during Nanjing 2009 :D|
|Aug-06-13|| ||MarkFinan: It doesn't matter to me whether you're rated 1500 or 2500, il tell people what i think of them regardless of status.
So on the subject of you being a GM or not i happen to think in this instance you're right in what you say, but i wouldn't worry too much about what Lotsapoppa has to say in this instance because there's probably a little jealousy and envy on her behalf.. But i assure you usually she's really pleasant..
Are you the woman who's married to her manager?? If so it explains a lot to me why she's reacted like she has..
Peace out NP :)|
|Aug-12-13|| ||notyetagm: European Individual Women's Championship (2013)|
This brand new article (August 12th!) covers *exactly* what we were discussing in this forum a little over a week ago. It should answer *all* of the questions asked.
<Lipstick over the board
Women at the men's Olympiads 1950-2012>
|Aug-25-13|| ||notyetagm: European Individual Women's Championship (2013)
This upcoming book from the <CHESS INFORMANT> publisher looks really good if you follow women's chess.
<<<<Official book of the European Women's Chess Championship "Belgrade 2013">>>
There is a double standard in the usual behavior of men when it comes to women’s chess. Regarding the quality of the games at women’s tournaments, neglect is still a common issue from the point of view of the opposite sex.
At the same time, there is an enormous fear of losing the game when a brave man finds himself at the board across from a lady. In fact, it is all about knowledge. Good players, no matter which sex they are, will always make an impression.
The main difference is that female players do it in a more esthetic way, with a gracious, dancing style of their battlefield pieces. We hear the common complaint from women chess grandmasters many times – “I never beat healthy men.
They always have an excuse as to why it happened.” Shamefully, the authors cannot refute this statement from their own tournament experiences. Ladies do sacrifice pieces over the board, right!? Oh yes, they do, and they often do it in a blink of an eye.
There is a collection of annotated chess combinations carried out by women players throughout history in front of the reader. These combinations throw some light on an attractive part of the chess creativity of some of the greatest personalities in chess.
When it is about combinations, it is about the decisive point of every game. It is true that women’s chess deserves wider attention, but we are at least now able to open the door a crack.
Inside, special space is dedicated to the Women’s World Champions and one non-crowned champion. And there is space for top Serbian players as well, since this book is published to celebrate the European Individual Women’s Championship that took place in Belgrade, capital of Serbia, a country with a great chess tradition.
We hope this book will encourage further projects dedicated to the prettiest side of the wonderful game of chess.
IM Slobodan Mirkovic
FM Josip Asik>
|Nov-09-13|| ||waustad: <notyetagm>Thanks for hyping olimpbase and that article. I did a bit of that when I first discovered how much the site had changed of late for the better. One of the biggest features now is that from each player's page there is the control that drops down a menu showing which events apply. As an example, see Natalia's personal page: http://www.olimpbase.org/playersw/h...|
|Aug-14-14|| ||Alexshev: Íàòàëüÿ, ïîçäðàâëÿþ ñ ïîáåäîé íà Îëèìïèàäå! Âû âûñòóïèëè çàìå÷àòåëüíî.|
|Aug-14-14|| ||moronovich: Congratulations on the goldmedal(s) !
More than well done.
|Mar-17-15|| ||AylerKupp: Good luck in the 2015 Women's Chess Championship matches!|
|May-02-15|| ||thegoodanarchist: Natalia, I wonder if you would answer a question:
Are you usually punctual for the start of your games?
My experience with chess tournaments in NY was that the titled players always show up late!
With the exception of IM Ron Burnett, that is. He was always on time.
< Earlier Kibitzing · PAGE 2 OF 2 ·