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Natalia Pogonina's Tournament Calendar

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Monday, 23 December 2013
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Natalia Pogonina's Tournament Calendar
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Fans and organizers - take notice:



Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival - Masters


January 25 - February 4





Top-5 players by rating

Nakamura (2787)
Vachier-Lagrave (2785)
Anand (2784)
Harikrishna (2755)
Li Chao (2751)

FIDE Women Grand Prix
February 10-24 Round robin Teheran Koneru Humpy (2583)
Ju Wenjun (2558)
Nana Dzagnidze (2529)
Pia Cramling (2521)
Harika Dronavalli (2511)


European Women's Chess Championship May 26 - June 8 Swiss Mamaia Stefanova (2507)
Javakhishvili (2493)
Pogonina (2490)
Paehtz (2489)
Goryachkina (2485)
Russia - China match June 10-16 Round robin Moscow Lagno (2524)
Gunina (2518)
Tan Zhoqyi (2509)
Lei Tingjie (2487)
Goryachkina (2486)
Chess Olympiad September 1-14 Team Swiss Baku TBA
World Chess Championship October 11-31 Knockout TBA TBA
FIDE Women's Grand Prix November Round robin Khanty Mansyisk TBA

Natalia's main tournament results:

Russian Team Chess Championship: 1st
Russian Rapid Team Chess Championship: 1st
Russian Blitz Team Chess Championship: 1st
Russian Superfinal: 2nd
Gibraltar Masters, GM norm
Russian Team Chess Championship: 3rd
Russian honorary master of sports title
Russian rapid team chess championship - 1st
Russian blitz team chess championship - 2nd
Russian rapid chess championship - 3rd
Russian blitz chess championship - 2nd
European Club Cup, 3rd (team)
Russian Superfinal:


Womens World Chess Championship, 2nd

World Team Chess Championship: 2nd (team), 2nd (board)

Russian Team Chess Championship: 3rd (classical chess), 1st (rapid), 2nd (blitz)

European Club Cup, 3rd (team)

Chess Olympiad: 1st (team)

Nezhmetdinov Memorial: 1st (among women)

Russian Team Chess Championship: 1st (team), 1st (board)

European Team Chess Championship: 2nd (team), 3rd (board)
European Club Cup: 2nd (team), 2nd (board)

World Team Chess Championship: 3rd (team), 3rd (board)
Russian Team Chess Championship: 1st (team), 1st (board), best performance of the event
Russian Superfinal: 3rd

Russian Top League: 2nd
Russian Superfinal: 1st
Chess Olympiad: 1st (team), 1st (board)
European Club Cup: 2nd (board)
Womens World Chess Championship, reached 1/8-final


The World vs Natalia Pogonina at (Black): draw

Russian Club Cup: 3rd (team), 2nd (board)

Polugaevsky Memorial: 1st (among women)

European Club Cup: 1st (team), 2nd (board)

European Team Chess Championship: 1st (team), 1st (board)
World Team Chess Championship: 2nd(team), 2nd (board)


Natalia Pogonina vs the World at (White): win

Russian Club Cup: 3rd (team), 1st (board), best result among Russian players

Russian Superfinal: 1-3 (2nd after tie-break)

Took part in the Womens World Chess Championship


Moscow Open : 1st

Womens European Chess Championship:  3rd

Russian Club Cup: 2nd (team)

FIDE rating: 2501

3rd place among female chess players in 2009 (according to the Association of Chess Professionals)


World Students Chess Championship: 1-2

Team Students Chess Championship: 1st

Mind Sports Games: 1st (team blitz), 3rd (team rapid)  


Rudenko Memorial: 1st

Russian Club Cup: 3rd  (team), 1st (board)

European Club Championship: 1-2 (team)

North Urals Cup: 3rd


Grandmaster of Russia title

Bykova Memorial: 2nd

Russian Club Cup: 1st (board)


Bykova Memorial:  1st

Russian Chess Championship (U20):  1st

Russian Top League: 1st


Russian Chess Championship (U20): 1-2

WGM title

FIDE rating over 2400

Bykova Memorial: 3rd

Took part in the Womens World Chess Championship

Russian Cup: 2nd


Russian Chess Championship (U-18): 3rd

Russian Chess Championship (U-20): 1st

European Chess Championship (U-18): 1st

European Chess Championship (U18, rapid): 1st

World Womens Chess Championship (U18): 3rd

Serpukhov-2003 (): 3rd


Russian Chess Championship (U-18): 1st

Russian Chess Championship (First League): 3rd

WIM title

6th place among girls (U-20) in the world - 2397

Lvov Young Hopes Tournament: 1st


WFM title

Russian Chess Championship (U-18): 1st

European Chess Championship (U-16): 1st

FIDE rating over 2200


European Chess Championship (U-16): 1st


Got a FIDE rating: 2159


Russian Chess Championship (U-14): 1st

Russian Chess Championship (U-14, rapid): 1st


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