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Name  Anna Zatonskih
Role  Chess Player

FIDE rating  2476
Peak rating  2537
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Country  Ukraine (until 2004) United States (since 2004)
Born  July 17, 1978 (age 37) Mariupol, Ukrainian SSR, USSR (1978-07-17)
Title  International Master, WGM

2008 us women s chess championship anna zatonskih

Anna Zatonskih (Ukrainian: Ганна Затонських; born Mariupol, July 17, 1978) is a Ukrainian (until 2004) and American (since 2004) chess player who holds the titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM). She is a chess professional, who coaches players and competes in tournaments. Zatonskih is a four-time U.S. Women's Champion, as well as a former Ukrainian Women's Champion.


Anna Zatonskih Saint Louis Zatonskih vs Krush drawn Chess News

2012 u s chess championships interview with anna zatonskih


Anna Zatonskih 2012 US Chess Championships Interview with Anna

Zatonskih learned chess at age five from her parents, who are both strong players. Her father Vitaly is rated about 2300, while her mother is a Candidate Master. Anna beat her mother for the first time at age 14.

Anna Zatonskih The chess games of Anna Zatonskih

Zatonskih won many Ukrainian girls' titles in several age categories. In 1999 she was awarded the WGM title. She won the Ukrainian Women's Chess Championship in 2001. She represented Ukraine in two Chess Olympiads: at Istanbul 2000, she scored 7/11 (+5 =4 -2) on board two; at Bled 2002, she scored 3.5/7 (+2 =3 -2) on board three.

Anna Zatonskih CFN March 2008

She represented the U.S. in the Chess Olympiads of 2004, 2006, and 2008. The Americans won the team silver in 2004, their highest finish ever. Zatonskih won the United States Women's Chess Championship in 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2011. In 2008, she beat the defending U.S. Women's Champion, Irina Krush, by a single second under time control, a moment that has been widely viewed on the Internet because of Krush's reaction of smacking her king across the room in anger.

She is married to Latvian-born Grandmaster Daniel Fridman.


Anna Zatonskih Wikipedia

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