Svetlana Prudnikova

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Svetlana Prudnikova

Svetlana Prudnikova (born March 18, 1967), is a Russian woman chess player.

Prudnikova has the title Woman Grandmaster. Her Elo rating in October 2006 was 2355, but has been over 2400. She played for the Russian olympic team in 1996, contributing to a 3rd place finish.

Representing her adopted country Serbia and Montenegro, she helped them reach a creditable 5th place at the 34th Chess Olympiad.

On the July 2009 FIDE list her Elo rating is 2349.

Her daughter, Tamara Čurović, is tennis player and a member of the Serbia Fed Cup team.[1]

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