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LEBANON--Lebanese Armenian Knarik Mouradian clenched her spot in chess history as she won the championship title in the national men's chess tournament in Lebanon on July 26, 2005--a feat completed by a marginal number of female chess players. Mouradian, a HMEM member from Antelias, defeated her male opponent during the last round, while her main competitor Ahmed Najjar was defeated.  Not a newcomer to championship titles, Mouradian won the women's title at the Arab Chess Championships in August 2004. She told reporters then: "I like these trophies. They look so nice and attractive and I am getting used to collecting them."
 
LEBANON--Lebanese Armenian Knarik Mouradian clenched her spot in chess history as she won the championship title in the national men's chess tournament in Lebanon on July 26, 2005--a feat completed by a marginal number of female chess players. Mouradian, a HMEM member from Antelias, defeated her male opponent during the last round, while her main competitor Ahmed Najjar was defeated.  Not a newcomer to championship titles, Mouradian won the women's title at the Arab Chess Championships in August 2004. She told reporters then: "I like these trophies. They look so nice and attractive and I am getting used to collecting them."
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==External links==
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* [http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=5300517 FIDE Chess Profile]
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* [http://www.chessgames.com/player/knarik_jacob_mouradian.html Games]
  
 
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[[Category:Armenian chess players|Mouradian, Knarik]]

Latest revision as of 09:23, 1 November 2011

Lebanon's Knarik Mouradian Makes Chess History

--Becomes 'Mens' Champion

LEBANON--Lebanese Armenian Knarik Mouradian clenched her spot in chess history as she won the championship title in the national men's chess tournament in Lebanon on July 26, 2005--a feat completed by a marginal number of female chess players. Mouradian, a HMEM member from Antelias, defeated her male opponent during the last round, while her main competitor Ahmed Najjar was defeated. Not a newcomer to championship titles, Mouradian won the women's title at the Arab Chess Championships in August 2004. She told reporters then: "I like these trophies. They look so nice and attractive and I am getting used to collecting them."

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