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Evangelia Karahaliou
  
Number of games in database: 35
Years covered: 1997 to 2003
Last FIDE rating: 1995
Highest rating achieved in database: 2058
Overall record: +20 -14 =1 (58.6%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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EVANGELIA KARAHALIOU
(born Feb-19-1984, 36 years old) Greece

[what is this?]
Aka Elia Karahaliou.

 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 35  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. G Raptis vs E Karahaliou  1-0421997Athens Akropolis opD74 Neo-Grunfeld, 6.cd Nxd5, 7.O-O
2. E Karahaliou vs A Stiri  0-1221997ESSNA-ch (Women)A04 Reti Opening
3. O Panagiotopoulos vs E Karahaliou  1-0171997Athens Akropolis opB07 Pirc
4. E Karahaliou vs E Georgopoulou 1-0321997ESSNA-ch (Women)A06 Reti Opening
5. E Karahaliou vs M Fragouli 1-0261997ESSNA-ch (Women)A04 Reti Opening
6. L Korou vs E Karahaliou 0-1361997ESSNA-ch (Women)C41 Philidor Defense
7. D Nikolopoulou vs E Karahaliou  0-1351997ESSNA-ch (Women)B07 Pirc
8. A Cela vs E Karahaliou  1-0181998Ikaria opC22 Center Game
9. E Karahaliou vs A Stiri  1-0322000GRE-ch U16 GirlsB30 Sicilian
10. E Karahaliou vs H Alatzatz  1-0332000GRE-ch U16 GirlsA07 King's Indian Attack
11. A Kizova vs E Karahaliou  0-1612001Balkan-ch (Women)E22 Nimzo-Indian, Spielmann Variation
12. L Genova vs E Karahaliou  1-0452001ch-Balkan WomenB47 Sicilian, Taimanov (Bastrikov) Variation
13. Z Topel vs E Karahaliou  ½-½272001ch-Balkan WomenA77 Benoni, Classical, 9...Re8, 10.Nd2
14. R Genova vs E Karahaliou  1-0332001ch-Balkan WomenA72 Benoni, Classical without 9.O-O
15. E Karahaliou vs E Fakhiridou  0-1392001ch-Balkan WomenB40 Sicilian
16. E Karahaliou vs K Ozturk 1-0982001ch-Balkan WomenB50 Sicilian
17. A Bayrak vs E Karahaliou  0-1672001ch-Balkan WomenB03 Alekhine's Defense
18. E Karahaliou vs V Sekulovska  0-1472001ch-Balkan WomenC44 King's Pawn Game
19. S Katsaros vs E Karahaliou  0-1532002Ambelokipi op 34thA28 English
20. E Karahaliou vs I Spirakopoulos  0-1412002Ambelokipi op 34thC05 French, Tarrasch
21. A Spyropoulou vs E Karahaliou  0-1532002Ambelokipi op 34thA45 Queen's Pawn Game
22. A Papahristoudis vs E Karahaliou  0-1432002Ambelokipi op 34thB30 Sicilian
23. E Karahaliou vs G Grapsa  1-0682002GRE-ch U18 GirlsB90 Sicilian, Najdorf
24. E Karahaliou vs D Pavlogianni  1-0232002GRE-ch U18 GirlsA00 Uncommon Opening
25. E Karahaliou vs M Horozoglou  1-0352002GRE-ch U18 GirlsB40 Sicilian
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Jan-04-06  Chopin: <EmperorAtahualpa> Actually, the problem with Kasparov was that he couldn't handle losses; the funny thing is that, there weren't too many. Remember his loss in 1997 against Deep blue- accused IBM of cheating.
Jan-04-06  hitman84: <Chopin>it has been proved that IBM indeed cheated kasparov wait i need to look for the link a movie also has been directed of how IBM managed to do it.
Jan-04-06  Jafar219: <EmperorAtahualpa> do you really think that this girl is very beautiful??
Jan-04-06  Karpova: <Remember his loss in 1997 against Deep blue- accused IBM of cheating.>

computer assistance? ;-)

Jan-04-06  hitman84: did IBM cheat Kasparov read on http://chess.about.com/b/a/175093.h...
Jan-04-06  hitman84: http://chess.about.com/library/week...
Jan-04-06  Chopin: <hitman> <<Chopin>it has been proved that IBM indeed cheated kasparov> It's called Game Over, and I have the documentary at home. I don't think anything has been <proven>. Kasparov made some valid points, but I believe most of them have been refuted.
Jan-04-06  hitman84: <Chopin>yes some of the GM's had commented that computer could not have moved that move i had colected many more links guess have lost it in my mail.
Jan-04-06  EmperorAtahualpa: <do you really think that this girl is very beautiful??>

<Jafar219> Yes I do, but something is telling me you disagree. :)

Jan-04-06  Chopin: <Emperor> Just curious are there a lot of Moroccans living in the Netherlands. Man, I had a few friends from Morocco- LOL- I'm telling you, these guys know how to party. I'm also a huge fan of middle-eastern food as well, especially Lebanese- Oh yeah, Lebanese women are hot! :)
Jan-04-06  THE pawn: <emperorAtahualpa>

Now that angelina girl is a pretty chess player. Better than Dafnae what's-her-name if you ask me. Good pick this time. By the way, are you studying games of chess players or curves of female players.

Greece kicks ass--> Santorini is a paradise.

<chopin> Are you sure it hurts to lose to women players in general? Not just something personal with your sister? Haha. Well, I felt that way too. When I was really young, I would almost always lose against her, now I could give her odds after odds after odds blindfold 1 sec. per move and I would still crush her. Sweet revenge...

Jan-05-06  Chopin: <The Pawn> <Are you sure it hurts to lose to women players in general? Not just something personal with your sister? Haha.> LMAO! Now you're getting personal :) God, my older sister would kill me in chess growing up; Oh the pain I had to endure for years -sob sob!!. I'm totally over it now...GOD I HATE HER!! :) Actually, I can crush her now- only because she hasn't played chess for such a long time. But if she kept up with it, watch out Polgar :)
Jan-05-06  EmperorAtahualpa: <Now that angelina girl is a pretty chess player. Better than Dafnae what's-her-name if you ask me. Good pick this time. By the way, are you studying games of chess players or curves of female players.>

<THE pawn> Thanks for your approval. :) And I DO care about chess, although nicely curved players can spice up the game a little too, wouldn't you say? :)

Jan-05-06  Jafar219: <<EmperorAtahualpa>:something is telling me you disagree. :)>

Tastes differ :)

Jan-05-06  Chopin: <EmperorAtahualpa> <although nicely curved players can spice up the game a little too> Nicely curved women can spice up anything, let alone a chess game. Even country music, in the presence of a beautiful women, is tolerable.
Nov-23-09  Eduardo Leon: <Even country music, in the presence of a beautiful women, is tolerable.> No. I still prefer Beethoven piano sonatas played by ugly girls or even by Bubba.
Nov-23-09  Shams: I'd sit through Hank Williams Jr. (proof that talent skips a generation) to sit next to this girl for awhile:

http://lh4.ggpht.com/_nn9yYwh8KXk/S...

Nov-26-12  Abdel Irada: <Shams: I'd sit through Hank Williams Jr. (proof that talent skips a generation) to sit next to this girl for awhile:

htt*://lh4.ggpht.com/_nn9yYwh8KXk/S...>

As who wouldn't?

Nov-26-12  fokers13: This girl was in my club,met her quite a few times,don't think she's active anymore sadly.

My salutations to the bunch of perverts who've gathered in this little corner,making men everywhere proud.

Nov-27-12  Abdel Irada: <fokers13: This girl was in my club,met her quite a few times,don't think she's active anymore sadly.

My salutations to the bunch of perverts who've gathered in this little corner,making men everywhere proud.>

According to her biography, Ms Karahaliou is 28 years old, a grown woman, and therefore a valid focus of normal male sexual interest.

No one requires you to share that interest, but to impugn those who do as "a bunch of perverts" seems unnecessary.

Nov-27-12
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  perfidious: < Jim Bartle: That's true, Kasparov didn't like losing to women...or boys, or girls, or computers, or men.>

That thins the field a little.

Remember his reaction after this defeat (Kasparov vs Radjabov, 2003)?

Nov-29-12  fokers13: <Abdel Irada>:My comment was obviously made in a jesting tone(,despite the lascivious and somewhat inappropriate posts in the previous pages.

Seems like you're the one putting too much stock in a passing remark.

Nov-29-12  Abdel Irada: <fokers13: <Abdel Irada>:My comment was obviously made in a jesting tone(,despite the lascivious and somewhat inappropriate posts in the previous pages.

Seems like you're the one putting too much stock in a passing remark.>

(1) If your tone was "jesting," it was not obviously so to me, and therefore inferably not to others.

(2) After dismissing your post as a joke, you go on to defend it as if it were a serious statement. Do you see the contradiction here, with its suggestion of prevarication?

(3) I am reading and responding to what you posted. Despite your equivocating dismissal, the post made insinuations that I found inappropriate, and I suspect I'm not alone.

Nov-29-12  fokers13: The usage of the word fellow should have made it clear enough.

Well it seemed like an attack against me,so it's only natural i'll oblige to defend myself is it not?

Pretty sure pervert isn't exactly an intolerable characterisation to anyone,and in any case if you don't consider yourself belonging in that category obviously my comment didn't refer to you and should have been ignored to begin with. Anyways i hate pages-long debating over trivial issues so let's agree to disagree and end it here?

Nov-29-12  Abdel Irada: <fokers13: The usage of the word fellow should have made it clear enough.>

Er, *what* "usage of the word fellow"? It appears nowhere in either your original post or your rejoinder to my comment on it.

<Well it seemed like an attack against me,so it's only natural i'll oblige to defend myself is it not?>

"It" was a (fairly restrained) objection to your calling other players "perverts" for the "offense" of expressing appreciation of Ms. Karahaliou (who is a woman, not a "girl": a distinction that makes a great deal of difference in this context). That is not an attack, and not against you.

<Pretty sure pervert isn't exactly an intolerable characterisation to anyone>

Pretty sure that isn't true.

<if you don't consider yourself belonging in that category obviously my comment didn't refer to you and should have been ignored to begin with.>

In other words: "Here's an incendiary characterization referring to people doing what you just did, but if you don't feel it describes you, just ignore it."

Unless you have reason to believe I'm clairvoyant, that simply makes no sense.

<Anyways i hate pages-long debating over trivial issues so let's agree to disagree and end it here?>

My point is made, so I will drop the issue, here and now, if you do.

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