À propos / Bio
I am Woman International Master and have one Woman Grandmaster norm.I started playing competitive chess at the age of six, guided by my father. Since then, I have gained a lot of experience and added many national and international titles to my chess career. I have won the first national medal (silver) at the age of 8 and continued fighting for the top 3 every year since then. My most notable international results are the European title U10, won in 1999, the 4th place in the U12 European Championship in 2001 and another few European rapid and blitz titles U20. I was awarded the Woman International title in 2011, after completing the final norm in the Women National Championship, where I scored 6.5 points and finished fourth. The first Woman Grandmaster norm came in 2014, in Benasque Open. If you are interested, you can check out my full CV on my blog, https://thinkingsquares.wordpress.com/about/ .While I continue being an active chess player, for the last few years I have also started teaching chess and I have worked with students of different ages and levels. Besides this, I am constantly writing for the website www.thechessworld.com, contributing with articles on different subjects (openings, strategy, etc). I have been very lucky to work with good trainers and I would like to share what I have learned with you.I am available for online chess lessons, in English, Spanish and Romanian. My lessons cover all aspects of the game and together we will identify and work on the ones you need to improve.