Karmen Mar

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Karmen Mar
Full name Karmen Mar
Country  Slovenia
Born (1987-07-14) 14 July 1987 (age 30)
Slovenia
Title Woman International Master
FIDE rating 2271 (November 2010)
Peak rating 2289 (October 2002)

Karmen Mar (born 14 July 1987 in Maribor) is a Slovenian chess player, Woman International Master.

Results:

  • the youngest Slovenian Woman International Master (WIM). The title achieved at age of 16.
  • the 3rd place on the Slovenian woman championship in 2002.
  • Slovenian youth champion in 1999 (G-12), in 2000 (G-14) and in 2005 (G-18)
  • Slovenian youth vice-champion in 2001 (G-14) and in 2003 (G-16)
  • the 14th place on the European Youth Chess Championship in 2001 (G-14)
  • the 22nd place on the World Youth Chess Championship in 1999 (G-12)
  • the 23rd place on the World Youth Championship in 2004 (G-18)
  • the 1st place on the Mitropa Team Cup in 2005

Karmen Mar played for the Slovenian Olympic team in 35th Chess Olympiad in Bled.[1]

Her current FIDE rating is 2271 (November 2010) and is ranked as the 4th Slovenian female chess player.

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