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Member since Feb-09-08 · Last seen Jun-28-17
Games that I've submitted:

Carlsen vs C Aldrovandi, 2003

I Nepomniachtchi vs Carlsen, 2002

D Andreikin vs Carlsen, 2002

Lahno vs A Muzychuk, 1997

A Muzychuk vs Lahno, 1999

A Muzychuk vs D Arutyunova, 2000 (maybe)

N Dzagnidze vs A Muzychuk, 1997

D Harika vs A Muzychuk, 2000

Lahno vs A Muzychuk, 2000

A Ushenina vs A Muzychuk, 2001

E Sedina vs K Isgandarova, 2013

Karjakin vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2000

A Muzychuk vs Lahno, 2001 (maybe)

A Muzychuk vs D Harika, 2001

A Muzychuk vs D Harika, 2002

Yu Yangyi vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2015

Leko vs Li Chao, 2015

Women's World Team Championship (2015)

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   sonia91 has kibitzed 809 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-22-17 Samuel Sevian
sonia91: Sevian won the <American Continental Championship 2017>, qualifying to the World Cup, and no kibitzing?! He won the Americas version of the European Individual Championship with 8.5/11 on tiebreak and became the <youngest American Continental champion ever> at 16. The ...
   Jun-22-17 World Team Chess Championship (2017) (replies)
sonia91: <AylerKupp> doesn't read the kibitzing boards, better ask in their forum. By the way, never made team standings.
   Jun-18-17 chessforum (replies)
sonia91: <> No forums for World Team Championships (open and women's)? It's a FIDE event, there are several 2700 and 2500 respectively competing. Today they are already playing the second round.
   Jun-15-17 Andrew Tang (replies)
sonia91: <waustad: One is clearly a 9 game norm, but the one for the N A Junior Championship from Kitchner, Canada looks different from others I've seen on the site, so I don't know how many games it is worth.> Winning a continental or a sub-continental junior (i.e. U20) championship ...
   Jun-11-17 Guliskhan Nakhbayeva (replies)
sonia91: She won the silver medal in the Asian Women's Championship 2017 in Chengdu, China. Nakhbayeva qualified for the next KO Women's World Championship, I think, as the gold medallist, Vo Thi Kim Phung from Vietnam, already qualified through a zonal ( ...
   Jun-11-17 Ramesh Babu Vaishali
sonia91: She won the Asian Women's Blitz Championship 2017 in Chengdu, China. Vaishali also took the bronze medal in the classical competition:
   Jun-11-17 European Individual Chess Championship (2017)
sonia91: <fisayo123: The Russian Chess Federation needs to start paying serious attention to both these players.> "The Russian Chess Federation is glad that Maxim Matlakov, a young and promising chess player, became the European Champion. We hope to see him progressing hereafter. Now ...
   Jun-11-17 Andrey Esipenko
sonia91: This boy achieved another GM norm at the European Individual Chess Championship (2017) with a performnce of 2618:
   Jun-11-17 Alexey Sarana
sonia91: He became a GM thanks to his performance at the European Individual Chess Championship (2017) , where he gained 24,2 rating points. His live rating is now over 2500. He already had the norms:
   Jun-11-17 Olga Girya
sonia91: <Nerwal: For the purpose of a GM norm it seems the 1693 rating of round 1 can be set to 2200 (or such a win can be ignored for a 10 games norm). Then the performance is slightly above 2600.> You're right! I forgot about that, thanks for pointing this out. So she achieved her ...
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