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🏆 37th Chess Olympiad: Women (2006)

  PARTICIPANTS (sorted by highest achieved rating; click on name to see player's games)
Yifan Hou, Humpy Koneru, Anna Muzychuk, Tatiana Kosintseva, Zhao Xue, Nadezhda Kosintseva, Nana Dzagnidze, Alexandra Kosteniuk, Kateryna Alexandrovna Lagno, Antoaneta Stefanova, Viktorija Cmilyte, Dronavalli Harika, Anna Vitalyevna Zatonskih, Ekaterina Valentinovna Kovalevskaya, Elina Danielian, Hoang Thanh Trang, Lilit Mkrtchian, Anna Ushenina, Irina Krush, Almira Fyodorovna Skripchenko, Lela Javakhishvili, Natalia Zhukova, Elisabeth Paehtz, Yelena Dembo, Ekaterina Polovnikova-Atalik, Shen Yang, Inna Gaponenko, Deimante Daulyte-Cornette, Nino Khurtsidze, Batkhuyag Munguntuul, Iweta Radziewicz Rajlich, Corina-Isabela Peptan, Zhaoqin Peng, Alisa Maric, Ketino Georgiyevna Kachiani-Gersinska, Dagne Ciuksyte, Jolanta Zawadzka, Maia Lomineishvili, Eva Repkova, Cristina-Adela Foisor, Jovanka Houska, Irine Kharisma Sukandar, Masha Vladimirovna Klinova, Regina Pokorna, Wang Yu, Ildiko Madl, Rusudan Goletiani, Elena Sedina, Mary Ann Gomes, Jana Jackova, Sophie Milliet, Joanna Majdan-Gajewska, Olga Zimina, Carolina Lujan, Szidonia Lazarne Vajda, Martha Lorena Fierro Baquero, Hoang Thi Bao Tram, Angela Borsuk, Irina Chelushkina, Tea Bosboom-Lanchava, Zuzana Stockova, Monica Calzetta Ruiz, Anita Gara, Ghate Swathi, Marina Brunello, Nelly Aginian, Anna Sharevich, Atousa Pourkashiyan, Anna-Maria Botsari, Emilia Djingarova, Margarita Voiska, Marta Bartel, Bianca de Jong-Muhren, Kubra Ozturk, Laura Rogule, Naira Agababean, Jana Krivec, Sulennis Pina Vega, Camilla Baginskaite, Svetlana Petrenko, Thi Thanh An Nguyen, Petra Schuurman, Yaniet Marrero Lopez, Maritza Arribas Robaina, Natalija Popova, Dana Reizniece-Ozola, Lara Stock, Thanh Tu Le, Sarai Carolina Sanchez Castillo, Jessica Schmidt, Ana Benderac, Borka Franciskovic, Suzana Maksimovic, Maria Velcheva, Ana-Cristina Calotescu, Anda Safranska, Sofya Zigangirova, Vera Peicheva Juergens, Dana Aketayeva, Zuzana Cibickova plus 299 more players.

 page 76 of 77; games 1876-1900 of 1,904  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1876. Y Methmali Uluwitike Gamage vs A Cast  ½-½22200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC05 French, Tarrasch
1877. S G Cooke vs D Wijayawardena  ½-½37200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenA46 Queen's Pawn Game
1878. R Barria Baker vs M T Arnetta  0-138200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC50 Giuoco Piano
1879. V Goi vs Y Gonzalez  1-044200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD50 Queen's Gambit Declined
1880. B Arosemena vs M Chierici  0-131200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC41 Philidor Defense
1881. C Oquendo Serrano vs Vivian Smith  0-156200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenA07 King's Indian Attack
1882. E Chen vs N Martinez  1-033200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenB22 Sicilian, Alapin
1883. T Segarra Choe vs N Fairley  1-019200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
1884. R Amadasun vs A Ryvova  1-038200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC42 Petrov Defense
1885. L Rossinskaya vs R Edward-Dappa  1-050200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC00 French Defense
1886. P Glewis vs S Gonchar  1-035200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC09 French, Tarrasch, Open Variation, Main line
1887. I-Chen Chen vs E Nuritdinova  0-164200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenB07 Pirc
1888. S Umarova vs Elsa Wei Chung Yueh  ½-½19200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenA06 Reti Opening
1889. E Lin vs N Antonova 0-162200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenB56 Sicilian
1890. W Toubal vs V Rocha  1-034200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
1891. M Conceicao Venancio vs H Toubal  0-152200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD60 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox Defense
1892. L Abur vs M Mansour  0-142200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD37 Queen's Gambit Declined
1893. M Ebtissam vs J Wanjiru Wambugu  1-044200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC48 Four Knights
1894. E Gichuru Wanjiru vs E Kholoud 1-056200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC54 Giuoco Piano
1895. U Flanders vs O Caruana Pulpan  0-140200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenB27 Sicilian
1896. F Aguilar vs S Salim-Moussa  1-032200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenE90 King's Indian
1897. N Balentin vs Jesseica Aguilar  0-122200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenB10 Caro-Kann
1898. A Safar vs S Swartz  ½-½22200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
1899. N Ndjoze vs S Al Khelaifi  0-139200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenD00 Queen's Pawn Game
1900. A Awat vs A Blackman  0-120200637th Chess Olympiad: WomenC41 Philidor Defense
 page 76 of 77; games 1876-1900 of 1,904  PGN Download
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Jun-03-06  doremi: Performance rating with final round to go:

Kosintseva Tatiana 2631
Zhao Xue 2610
Hou Yifan 2575
Stefanova Antoaneta 2550

Hou Yifan playing on board 3 is ahead of former Women World Champion Stefanova playing on board 1!

Jun-03-06  chessmoron: China needs Russia to draw or lose tomorrow to win Silver.
Jun-04-06  Raskolnikov: All games drawn in Armenia-Ukraine => Ukraine is the new Olympian champion. Congratulations!!!
Jun-04-06  percyblakeney: That was the first match Ukraine didn't win, but they didn't need to... Unexpected that Russia missed the gold with their very strong team and the best performing player of the Olympiad (Tatiana Kosintseva).
Jun-04-06  Raskolnikov: <percyblakeney> It seems that girls from China are winning 2.5-0.5 ( Zhao Xue is 2 pawns up, Hou Yifan stands better too). The russian girls havenīt won the silver medal yet...
Jun-04-06  percyblakeney: The official site claims that Hou Yifan lost, I doubt that is correct, she is clearly winning...
Jun-04-06  percyblakeney: She may have lost on time, in that case the silver will go to Russia.
Jun-04-06  Raskolnikov: It is absolutely winning for Hou Yifan. I think it must be 1-0 (not 0-1) Who wins silver if China wins 2.5-0.5 and Russia plays 1.5-1.5 against India?
Jun-04-06  percyblakeney: <Who wins silver if China wins 2.5-0.5 and Russia plays 1.5-1.5 against India?>

I think China would take it on tiebreak then.

Jun-04-06  Raskolnikov: Nadezhda Kosintseva is still playing: what are the opinions of this game?
Jun-04-06  Raskolnikov: I think Nadezhda is winning...
Jun-04-06  percyblakeney: She won, silver to Russia regardless if Hou Yifan lost on time or not.
Jun-04-06  Raskolnikov: Yes. Congratulations for winning the silver medal!!!
Jun-04-06  doremi: Ukraine Gold
Russia Silver
China Bronze

Congratulations for all three teams!

The wrong official result for China has been corrected, BTW. Bronze for China is a very good result, they have been seeded #6, yaay!

Jun-04-06  doremi: Sad story of FIDE election on TWIC http://www.chesscenter.com/twic/twi...
Jun-04-06  doremi: Final performance ratings at the Olympiad:
Zhao Xue 2617
Kosintseva Tatiana 2598
Hou Yifan 2596 (only 2 points less)
Stefanova Antoaneta 2563 (former FIDE Women World Champion)

All performances are strong (male) GMs !

Jun-04-06  weisyschwarz: Our USA teams did well. The men take home amedal, and the women's team did very well, not far from medalhood. I wish this could be magnified by our media, who see more importance in Paris Hilton.
Jun-04-06  Ezzy: Congratulations to the Ukraine, proving that the womens team can emulate the mens team of 2 years ago and take GOLD!! Also the Ukraine has dethroned China who has won the last 4 womens chess Olympiads. Fantastic performance from them.

It was noticable that the first 6 seeds filled the first 6 places(not in order).

There was one performance that stands out above anybody including the mens Olympiad, and that is by the extremely talented 12 year old Hou Yifan. Could she be the next Judit Polgar! I know that seems a lot to ask, but she seems to be well on the right path, and with so many years infront of her, who knows. All the best for the future to her.

Jun-06-06  Chopin: <weisyschwarz>

<I wish this could be magnified by our media, who see more importance in Paris Hilton.>

Why does Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton hate each other so much? :)

Jun-07-06  percyblakeney: After many very impressive results lately, the Olympiad was a bit of a disappointment for Kosteniuk. She lost for the first time against Stefanova, in only 27 moves with white. She also lost against Zhukova for the first time, after missing an easy win and later dropping a piece and the game:

N Zhukova vs Kosteniuk, 2006

Apart from this she also participated in what may have been the worst game for a long time between players on such a high level:

E Repkova vs Kosteniuk, 2006

Compared to Aeroflot Open, where Kosteniuk competed with players like Mamedyarov and finished with a plus score, even with Sargissian and Dreev, the way Kosteniuk played in the Olympiad against much weaker players were unexpected. Hopefully she'll soon play better chess again, and ELO wise she's still a bit over 2530 in spite of the Olympiad.

Jun-07-06  princeofdragons: <Chopin: Why does Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton hate each other so much? :)> Because Nicole made fun of Paris Hilton's sex video on Saturday Night Live without Paris' consent.
Jun-08-06  laserlight: <E Repkova vs Kosteniuk, 2006>

I agree. It is rare to find a grandmaster making multiple positional and tactical mistakes in a single game, and her woman grandmaster opponent reciprocating by dropping a rook.

Jun-08-06  percyblakeney: Maybe chess isn't that big in Yemen, but for a country with more than 20 million inhabitants their second board player had unexpectedly many losses in around 10 moves:

No Saleh vs Amimah Awat, 2006

Gail Widmer Babic vs Amimah Awat, 2006

A Castaneda vs Amimah Awat, 2006

Jun-09-06
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  virginmind: chessgames.com: i wonder why corina peptan, 2408 elo and first board for romania, doesn't have a personal page here, with her games, kibitzer's corner etc?
Jun-11-06
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  virginmind: oops, sorry about that chessgames.com, my bad, now i saw on the player directory that corina peptan does have such a page.
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