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Aung Myo Hlaing Aung Aung
Number of games in database: 30
Years covered: 1999 to 2011
Last FIDE rating: 2299
Highest rating achieved in database: 2595
Overall record: +8 -13 =9 (41.7%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
      Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.

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AUNG MYO HLAING AUNG AUNG
(born May-06-1968, 46 years old) Myanmar

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Aung Aung is an International Master and a National Instructor from Myanmar (Burma).

In 2000, Aung lost 100 rating points due to a FIDE decision to adjust ratings of all Myanmar players rated over 2100. This was done as it was believed that some of the strongest Myanmar players boasted ratings well above their true strength.


 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 30  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. Aung Aung vs Khin Thaung  1-029 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonA53 Old Indian
2. M Al-Modiahki vs Aung Aung  1-046 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonC10 French
3. Aung Aung vs Thein Dan Oo  0-137 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonB85 Sicilian, Scheveningen, Classical
4. Wynn Zaw Htun vs Aung Aung  0-137 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonE66 King's Indian, Fianchetto, Yugoslav Panno
5. J Ye vs Aung Aung  1-042 1999 Yangon GM ScheveningenC53 Giuoco Piano
6. Aung Aung vs M Aung Hlaing ½-½11 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonA08 King's Indian Attack
7. Aung Aung vs Khin Than 1-050 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonB19 Caro-Kann, Classical
8. Than Soe Aung vs Aung Aung  0-127 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
9. Moun Moun Latt vs Aung Aung  0-130 1999 GM Scheveningen, YangonC45 Scotch Game
10. Aung Aung vs Krasenkow 0-155 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupA41 Queen's Pawn Game (with ...d6)
11. Aung Aung vs X Peng  ½-½85 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupE81 King's Indian, Samisch
12. Hao Yin vs Aung Aung  ½-½43 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupC10 French
13. Aung Aung vs I Stohl  0-160 2000 34th OlympiadE12 Queen's Indian
14. Filippov vs Aung Aung  1-062 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupA88 Dutch, Leningrad, Main Variation with c6
15. Zhong Zhang vs Aung Aung  ½-½81 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupC25 Vienna
16. Aung Aung vs Wang Pin 1-042 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupE81 King's Indian, Samisch
17. Judit Polgar vs Aung Aung 1-041 2000 34th OlympiadC10 French
18. Aung Aung vs Qin Kanying  ½-½49 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupD85 Grunfeld
19. Aung Aung vs Xie Jun  0-168 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupC85 Ruy Lopez, Exchange Variation Doubly Deferred (DERLD)
20. Wang Lei vs Aung Aung  1-048 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupA59 Benko Gambit
21. Bologan vs Aung Aung 1-067 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupC42 Petrov Defense
22. Aung Aung vs E Pigusov  0-158 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupA70 Benoni, Classical with 7.Nf3
23. Nay Oo Kyaw Tun vs Aung Aung  ½-½15 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupC97 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Chigorin
24. Aung Aung vs J Ye  0-148 2000 Shanghai Sufe cupB22 Sicilian, Alapin
25. G Schebler vs Aung Aung  1-046 2011 11th BCC Thailand OpenE67 King's Indian, Fianchetto
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May-06-07  Warrush: Oh, how funny, your making fun of american schools. Maybe your school should of taught you that manual is spelled with an A and not an E, and that Philipines has two p's and not one. Maybe next time you should look at american geograpical assessments before you start making harsh remarks. Also, how would you know americans cant point out Iraq on a map, when you cant even spell everytime, and as.
May-06-07
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  ganstaman: <Warrush> The misspelling of 'manual' was likely on purpose, as it's a joke (sounds like a Mexican name...).

The rest -- who cares but you? Oh my, he spelled some words wrong? I guess he knows nothing of schools then. Because only the educated elite care enough to spell check their posts.

And anyway, he's right. The average American knows little about geography. It's not one of the things we stress as much as other countries. It's not all that useful in day to day business, so most people here either don't learn it or forget it as soon as they do. It's just a different culture here than elsewhere in the world -- it surprises me that that still surprises others.

May-06-07  Warrush: <ganstaman> well im an american high schooler, thats why it made me mad. I don't like other people stereotyping america, and I don't like americans stereotyping other countrys. As a college student, you must feel somewhat angered when someone puts down american education.
May-06-07
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  ganstaman: <Warrush: As a college student, you must feel somewhat angered when someone puts down american education.>

I'd be angered if someone made ignorant, hate-inspired comments about American education. But when I agree with them? One thing I've learned while at college (not necessarily from being in college) is how many ignorant people there are in this country.

Take pride in your personal education, but I don't know if I can take pride in too many other Americans' education.

May-06-07  Warrush: <ganstaman> Agreed, but cuendillar stated americans dont know nothing of the world map, which to me, is stereotyping. But your right, I shouldn't of been mad with tech draw, as his comment was actually funny.
May-06-07  Warrush: <technical draw> I appologize.
May-06-07
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  ganstaman: <Warrush: <ganstaman> Agreed, but cuendillar stated americans dont know nothing of the world map, which to me, is stereotyping. But your right, I shouldn't of been mad with tech draw, as his comment was actually funny.>

This is understandable. And just because things don't bother me doesn't mean I should expect them to not bother others.

It was probably the spelling comments that got me most. It wasn't even your point, but it's what pushed me to post.

So anyway, back to a player with the same first and last name. Anyone know of anyone else like that?

May-06-07
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  Eric Schiller: <Warrush>It is an empirical fact that the typical American knows less geography than the average European. So it isn't stereotyping as long as you don't say a specific writer is a geography idiot because he's American.

I'm an American who teaches kids English, among other things. And as with most of my colleagues, I can confirm that the average American understanding of geography is very deficient, though our ruler, King George, is spectacularly ignorant and should not be taken as anything typical of Americans in any way.

This is a fault that can be corrected, and I hope that when President Gore gets to work, he'll make it a priority.

May-06-07
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  technical draw: Hey,<Warrush> no nead to apolagize. Most of my coments are meant to be funnie. If ever I get into a serious argumment, just shoot me! <ganstaman> That's for coming to my defence (defense).....TD
May-06-07  Warrush: <Eric Schiller> Is gore even running? I thought it was clinton, obama, and edwards. Hopefully gore is running because I dont really like any of the others in the primary.
May-06-07  Warrush: <ganstaman> Does Carl Margot Carls count?
May-06-07  gBizzle: i will probly shoot myself is Gore is president
May-06-07  Chess Classics: <I can confirm that the average American understanding of geography is very deficient> Seconded, heartily. Especially at the high school level. Let me relate one example-of course there are statistics that speak for themselves, but I thought I'd chime in here.

I mentioned that I had a friend from elementary who moved to Oslo. An acquaintance of mine-a 9th grader-said, "Where is that?" I was slightly surprised, although in retrospect, I really shouldn't have been, since, well, it's not that obvious. So I explained that it's in Norway. Here comes the crusher:

"So isn't that, like, in southeast Asia?"

Of course, that pales in comparison to his comment when I mentioned the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre in the same sentence: "Aren't those in France or something?"

Okay, I'll stop ranting. Out of curiosity, and to give me a pretext for posting here...anyone know what Aung's rating was before he lost 100 rating points in 2000?

Regards,
CC

May-07-07
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  Caissanist: Aung's rating on the January 2000 rating list is 2595. The January 2001 list has him at 2494.

According to the FIDE website, since 2001 he has gained rating points in every single tournament that he has played in inside Myanmar, and lost points in every foreign event.

May-06-08
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  whiteshark: Periodic repetition for ... <Phony Benoni: Aung again!>
May-06-09
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  whiteshark: Happy B-day, Aung Aung
May-06-09
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  Stonehenge: Happy Birthday Happy Birthday
May-06-09
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  wordfunph: IM Aung Aung, what's your first and last name? Hehehe....Happy Birthday IM Aung!
May-06-10
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  whiteshark: Happy Birthday Happy Birthday Aung Aung <!!>
May-06-10
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  Eisenheim: happy b-day!!! can u point us to your favorite game?
May-06-13
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  Sneaky: These Myanmar names blow my mind.

Happy Birthday Aung^2!

May-06-13
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  whiteshark: Life aung easy.
May-06-13  Troller: <So anyway, back to a player with the same first and last name. Anyone know of anyone else like that?>

I came across a chessplayer called "Tran Tran" some 20-odd years ago.

Jun-26-13  The Last Straw: Why does his FIDE rating card say he is unrated?
Jul-12-13  The Last Straw: Oh now I realized Myanmar doesn't pay dues to FIDE, so the players don't get standard ratings.

BTW, look at this Oops!

http://ratings.fide.com/individual_...

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