diagonal: FIDE tribute to Tatjana Lematschko (R.I.P.): https://www.fide.com/news/540
Winning the individual gold medal on board one a the Chess Olympiad (Women) in Dubai 1986, Interzonal co-winner and multiple Candidate, five times national Bulgarian, and ten times national Swiss Championne.
Maybe the tournament of her life, was at <Lugano Open in 1984>:
<Lematschko finished shared sixth in a field including former World Champion Boris Spassky, then recent winner from Linares 1983 (no edition held in 1984), Viktor Korchnoi, who had just triumphed at Wijk aan Zee 1984, or Vlastimil Hort, who went on to win at Biel Invitation 1984 (all top ten, top twelve ranked in the Elo rating), plus Nunn from the Elo top twenty, beaten in style by Lematschko in round 7, tournament winner Sax, Seirawan, Torre, and other Grandmasters or strong International Masters>
Picture of Lematschko in play vs. Sax (the second photo):
Her immortal game to replay:
Nunn vs T Lematschko, 1984 (discussed on the spot by Korchnoi, Spassky, some other guys, and of course, John Nunn, her opponent in round 7 at Lugano Open 1984).