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I feel that Lalic, having won the British Women's Chess Championship 5 times, more than meets the above criteria. Particularly since most of the other winners of the same championship have pages with no apparent further merit - see Talk:Cathy Warwick. However, being new to Wikipedia editing I'll wait for someone else to remove the notability tag. TilonRespir (talk) 07:09, 7 January 2010 (UTC)
^Participation in and, in most cases, winning individual tournaments, except the most prestigious events, does not make non-athletic competitors notable. This includes, but is not limited to, poker, bridge, chess, Magic:The Gathering, Starcraft, etc.