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Levon Aronian - Wikipedia
Information about Levon Aronian, an Armenian chess player and was rated in 2008 by the FIDE as the number six in the world and number one in Armenia.
Gabriel Sargissian - Wikipedia
Information about Gabriel Sargissian, an Armenian chess player and International Grandmaster of Chess in 2002.
Lilit Mkrtchian - Wikipedia
Information about Lilit Mkrtchian, an Armenian chess player and winner of the silver medal in the European Individual Chess Championship in Varna, Bulgaria.
Vladimir Akopian - Wikipedia
Information about Vladimir Akopian, an Armenian chess grandmaster winner of the Gibtelecom Masters in Gibraltar.
Ashot Nadanian - Wikipedia
Information about Ashot Nadanian, an Armenian chess player, International Master (IM).
Zaven Andriasian - Wikipedia
Information about Zaven Andriasian, an Armenian grandmaster of chess and winner of the World Junior Chess Championship in 2006.
Artashes Minasian - Wikipedia
Information about Artashes Minasian, an Armenian chess grandmaster, winner of the final USSR Chess Championship in 1991 and New York open championship in 1998.
Natalia Khoudgarian - Wikipedia
Information about Natalia Khoudgarian, an Armenian chess player, who is one of the top female chess players in Canada.
Varuzhan Akobian - Wikipedia
Information about Varuzhan Akobian, an Armenian American grandmaster of chess.
Tatev Abrahamyan - Wikipedia
Information about Tatev Abrahamyan, a youngest top rated U.S. women chess player, holds the Woman International Master title.
Ashot Nadanian Blog
Personal blog by Ashot Nadanian, an Armenian chess player. Includes posts about chess, friends and personal interests.