Tatiana Yakovlevna Satulovskaya

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Tatiana Satulovskaya (1964)
Association Soviet UnionSoviet Union Soviet Union (until 1991) Russia (1992 to 2002) Israel (from 2002)
Born December 8, 1935
Died 2nd July 2017
title International Master of Women (1961)
Grand Master of Women (1976)
Best Elo rating 2270 (July 1972)

Tatiana Zatulovskaya ( Russian Татьяна Яковлевна Затуловская , scientific. Transliteration Tat'jana Jakovlevna Zatulovskaja * 8. December 1935 in Baku , Azerbaijan SSR ; † 2. July 2017 ) was a Soviet , and later Russian grandmaster of women (WGM) in chess , who was eligible to play for the Israeli Chess Federation from 2002.

In the trade press, the surname is also written as Zatulovskaya , Zatulovskaia , Zatulovskaja , Zatulowskaya , Zatulowskaia ... The first name is also spelled Tatiana .

Single successes

Satulovskaya (4th from right), 1997 at the award ceremony for the Senior World Championship.

Satulovskaya won the USSR women's championship in 1962 . Twice she had to be content with second place after a defeat in a playoff; In 1960 she lost to Valentina Borissenko and in 1963 to Maaja Ranniku . In the 1960s and 1970s, she often qualified for the interzonal tournaments for women (1964, 1971 in Ohrid , 1973, 1976 in Tbilisi and 1979 in Rio de Janeiro ) and reached the World Cup Candidates' tournament several times , but was overshadowed by Nona Gaprindashvili at the time and Alla Kuschnir .

Senior World Championships

In 1992 she took second place at the Senior World Championship for women in Bad Wörishofen. In the following year she won the senior women's chess championship in 1993 in Bad Wildbad with 10 points from 11 games (+9 = 2 −0). At the 1997 senior world chess championship , she was senior world champion for the second time.

Team successes

She was often called up for international matches in the national team. In 1963 and 1966 she won the women's chess Olympiad with the Soviet Union, and at the 2002 Chess Olympiad she played for the Israeli women's team. She won the Soviet club championship in 1961 and 1968 playing on the second women's board of Burewestnik , in Germany she played for SK Zehlendorf , including in the 1993/94 season in the 1st women's Bundesliga . In 2003 she took part in the European Women's Club Cup with the Israeli club Maccabi Afek .

Title and rating

In 1961 the World Chess Federation FIDE awarded her the title of International Women's Champion (WIM). In 1976 she became the Women's Grand Master (WGM). She was last listed as inactive at FIDE, as she did not play a rated game after the 7th Chess Festival held in Ashdod in September 2010 .

Web links

Commons : Tatiana Satulovskaya  - Collection of Pictures

Individual evidence

  1. Ушла из жизни Татьяна Яковлевна Затуловская (1935-2017). In: ruchess.ru. July 2, 2017. Retrieved July 2, 2017 (Russian).
  2. ↑ Change of association in 2002 at FIDE (English)
  3. Bulletins on the 3rd Open World Championship for Seniors . ChessOrg, Bad Wildbad 1993.
  4. Tatjana Satulowskaja's results at the women's chess Olympiads on olimpbase.org (English)
  5. Tatjana Satulowskaja's results at Soviet club championships on olimpbase.org (English)
  6. Tatjana Satulowskaja's results at the European Women's Club Cups on olimpbase.org (English)
  7. ^ Willy Iclicki: FIDE Golden book 1924-2002 . Euroadria, Slovenia, 2002, p. 76