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Shirin Navabi
S Navabi 
Number of games in database: 19
Years covered: 2000 to 2007
Last FIDE rating: 2098 (2086 rapid)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2131
Overall record: +5 -10 =4 (36.8%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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(born 1980) Iran

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She is a WFM.

 page 1 of 1; 19 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. T Sabure vs S Navabi  0-1542000Istanbul Olympiad (Women)E20 Nimzo-Indian
2. K Al-Housa vs S Navabi  0-1302003DubaiC27 Vienna Game
3. S Navabi vs Wong Zi Jing 0-1152004Dubai OpenA33 English, Symmetrical
4. S Navabi vs A Pourkashiyan  1-0812004IRI-ch (Women)E04 Catalan, Open, 5.Nf3
5. S Navabi vs D Trujillo Delgado  0-1452004Calvia Olympiad (Women)A36 English
6. S Navabi vs E Fakhiridou  ½-½412004Calvia Olympiad (Women)A10 English
7. A Skripchenko vs S Navabi 1-03320053 Arrows CupA07 King's Indian Attack
8. Yifan Hou vs S Navabi  1-0512005Jinan 3 Arrows CupC43 Petrov, Modern Attack
9. Zhu Chen vs S Navabi  1-03820053 Arrows CupA81 Dutch
10. S Navabi vs S Kayumov  0-13920068th Dubai OpenE06 Catalan, Closed, 5.Nf3
11. S Navabi vs B de Jong-Muhren  ½-½372006Turin Olympiad (Women)A29 English, Four Knights, Kingside Fianchetto
12. T Parveen vs S Navabi  ½-½242006Turin Olympiad (Women)C42 Petrov Defense
13. S Tidman vs S Navabi  ½-½292006Turin Olympiad (Women)C42 Petrov Defense
14. S Navabi vs S Cua  1-0712006Turin Olympiad (Women)A12 English with b3
15. Rahayu Sinuhaji Tuti vs S Navabi  0-1542006Turin Olympiad (Women)A95 Dutch, Stonewall
16. S Navabi vs L Burijovich  0-1522006Turin Olympiad (Women)A07 King's Indian Attack
17. S Navabi vs A Pourkashiyan  0-1262007Abu Dhabi op 17thA13 English
18. A Pourkashiyan vs S Navabi  1-0322007Asia-ch (Women) 12thC42 Petrov Defense
19. S Navabi vs B Munguntuul  0-1352007Asia-ch (Women) 12thA09 Reti Opening
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Apr-21-05  shortsight: If she's not so tradisional, she would have become one of the hottest female player. She certainly looks very cute in person.
Apr-24-05  chessaholic: Anybody know how old is she?
Apr-24-05  Ramin: shortsight, What do you mean by traditional?...she plays for the "Islamic" Republic Of Iran. They have to dress like that. Persian chicks are hot.
Apr-24-05  cade3: she is Krishnan Sasikiran's girlfriend.
Jan-09-06  EmperorAtahualpa: Wow! <Chopin> Remember us talking about Iranian girls? :)

Jan-09-06  Chopin: <Emperor> This is a beautiful women-- all I have to say, " What were you thinking? I say give her a call back! :)
Jan-09-06  Father Karras: <All here> Thou shalt not commit adultery. I suspect you have done this in your mind, as you seem overly interested in these temptations of women.
Jun-06-06  Chopin: <S Navabi>

She had a decent performance at the 37th Chess Olympiad; good for her.

Jun-27-06  MuhammedShaik: I think that SHirin Navabi is the most beautiful woman that the human anatomy can construct. Her mesmerizing eyes, and drowning gaze, opens a new dimension of wonder!
Jun-28-06  Chopin: <MuhammedShaik> Well said.
Jun-28-06  MuhammedShaik: <chopin> does she have an email address?
Jun-28-06  Chopin: <MuhammedShaik>

<does she have an email address?>

You could always ask her boyfriend Krishnan Sasikiran :) If you can manage to win her heart, I'll refer to you as <Sheikh> Those eyes!

Jun-29-06  Chopin: Another picture of Shirin Navabi:

Jun-29-06  MuhammedShaik: Winning her heart : the ultimate prize! If it were attainable I'd swim across the Red Sea that separates our continents. But if her heart truly belongs to another, then I must respect that; save for one wish :

That she gets to know who I am and that I think, beyond any shred of doubt, with the conviction of my existence and the knowledge of my heart, that SHIRIN NAVABI epitomizes the indefinable dimensions of beauty!

Jun-29-06  MuhammedShaik: <Chopin> I guess my promotion to "Sheikh" will have to wait.
Jun-29-06  Chopin: <Sheikh>

Another picture of the Iranian beauty:

Jun-29-06  MuhammedShaik: <chopin> You torture me, my brother! She is lovely. I need to write to her. Any suggestions?
Jun-29-06  Chopin: <Sheikh>

One of our members is Yelena Dembo, whose an International Master-- I'm pretty sure she's heard of this Iranian beauty; it might be best to ask her.

You need to get an idea of her tournament schedule and then plan accordingly. In the meantime, work on your Farsi. :)

Good luck! She has a beautiful smile.

Jun-29-06  Chopin: There are a few pictures of Shirin Navabi here:

Jun-30-06  MuhammedShaik: <CHopin> Greetings! My heart pounds everytime I see her face! It seems however, from your picture references, that I am not alone in this infatuation!
Jun-30-06  MuhammedShaik: <CHopin> I've tried to contact her! My poetry would just have to endure a hidden sentence. In the language you Chess players know best, I guess i'll just have to "resign" Thanks for the pictures...seen them all.... savoured each pixel :)
Jun-30-06  mack: Pff, not a patch on Harriet Hunt. She looks a tad stoned in that chessbase photo.
Jul-01-06  MuhammedShaik: DId you know that Shirin NAvabi's with guy called Vahid?

Jul-05-06  Chopin: <DId you know that Shirin NAvabi's with guy called Vahid?>

I thought she was dating Krishnan Sasikiran-- looks like he got the boot, or was it the other way around.

Apr-26-07  percyblakeney: Shirin Navabi is doing fine for a 2070 player in Dubai, after five rounds she has won with black against three 2400+ opponents and drawn a GM.

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