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Emma Guo
Number of games in database: 112
Years covered: 2005 to 2016
Last FIDE rating: 2062 (2078 rapid, 2039 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2092
Overall record: +40 -47 =25 (46.9%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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   P Wallace vs E Guo (Oct-09-16) 1-0
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   E Guo vs E Player (Oct-06-16) 0-1
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(born Feb-23-1995, 27 years old) Australia

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Woman International Master and National Arbiter.


<Age> She played in the World Girls U12 Championship held in Turkey in November 2007, scoring 5/11. Late in 2008, Guo contested the World Girls U16 Championship scoring 4.5/11, including her first win against a titled player, WFM Nu Hong An Ton. In November 2009, she played in the World Girls U14 Championship in Turkey, scoring 6/11. In December 2009, she competed in the Commonwealth Age Group Championships 2009 - Open U20/U16, scoring 6/9. She played in the World U18 Girls Championship in 2013 where she scored 6.5/11.

<Junior> In January 2008, she scored 6.5/11 at the Australian Junior Championship. The following year, 14 year old Guo contested the World Girls Junior Championship in Argentina and scored 6/13, adding 41 points to her rating. She re-entered that event the following year, scoring a rating-neutral 5.5/13. In 2011, her 5.5/13 lost her nearly 31 rating points.

<Regional> Guo first appeared in FIDE despatches when she competed in the 2006 ACT Championship, scoring 4/9, including a win against 1995 rated second-placed Ian Rout.

<National> She first played in the Australian Championship in 2006-2007.

<World> In 2009, she scored 5/9 at the Oceania Zonal, placing equal fifth. Guo came equal first with IM Irina Berezina in the 2011 Women's Zonal, thereby earning her WIM title. She won the 2015 Oceania Zonal and thereby qualified for the Women's World Championship tournament to be held in 2016 or 2017.


Guo scored a strong 4.5/9 at the 2009 Queenstown Chess Classic, the result adding 50 points to her Elo rating. A few months later she added another 69 points to her rating with good results at the Doeberl Cup, the Sydney International Open and at the NSW Open. In 2011 her 4.5/9 at the Doeberl Premier adding 21 points to her ratings, followed a few months later by an even stronger 5/9 at the Sydney International which added 34 points. The end of 2012 and early 2013 saw some good results in Switzerland at the 36th Zurich Weihnachtsopen Master and at the Hilton Schachfestival 2013 Masters which added 84 rating points. She played in the Casino Open in 2014, her 4.5/9 adding 25 rating points and included a win against WIM Ligia-Letitia Jicman.

Team events

Guo first represented Australia in the U16 Olympiad of 2007 when she played board 2 for Australia 2. She also represented Australia at the Women's Olympiads in 2010, 2012 and 2014.

Wikipedia article: Emma Guo

Last updated: 2021-12-17 20:39:35

 page 1 of 5; games 1-25 of 112  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. E Guo vs D Saduakassova  ½-½272005Wch U10 GirlsC56 Two Knights
2. E Guo vs I Vasilevich  0-1552008MindsportsB23 Sicilian, Closed
3. E Guo vs Ruan Lufei 0-1202008MindsportsC56 Two Knights
4. E Guo vs A F Ker  0-14120092nd Queenstown Chess ClassicB09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
5. E Guo vs G Sukhu 1-0182009Oceanic Zonal Open-womenC54 Giuoco Piano
6. E Guo vs J Fuchs ½-½39200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)D02 Queen's Pawn Game
7. E Guo vs V Jorquera Cabello  1-050200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)B23 Sicilian, Closed
8. I Werle vs E Guo  1-035200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)B77 Sicilian, Dragon, Yugoslav Attack
9. K Ozturk vs E Guo  0-135200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)A40 Queen's Pawn Game
10. E Guo vs L Mendoza Velazquez  1-034200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)B23 Sicilian, Closed
11. C Heredia Serrano vs E Guo  0-128200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
12. E Guo vs S Amed 0-125200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)A48 King's Indian
13. T Rodshtein vs E Guo  ½-½52200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)B43 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3
14. H Bryla vs E Guo  1-045200948th World Junior Championship (Girls)B06 Robatsch
15. E Guo vs S Toth 0-1372010World Junior Championship (Girls)C54 Giuoco Piano
16. I Andrenko vs E Guo 1-0312010World Junior Championship (Girls)B01 Scandinavian
17. E Guo vs N Vanhuyse 1-0492010World Junior Championship (Girls)D02 Queen's Pawn Game
18. A J Hoek vs E Guo 0-1292010World Junior Championship (Girls)B23 Sicilian, Closed
19. E Guo vs M Mareckova 1-0562010World Junior Championship (Girls)C54 Giuoco Piano
20. D Baciu vs E Guo ½-½502010World Junior Championship (Girls)B40 Sicilian
21. E Guo vs K Nemcova 0-1242010World Junior Championship (Girls)D02 Queen's Pawn Game
22. I Petrova vs E Guo 1-0222010World Junior Championship (Girls)C55 Two Knights Defense
23. A Uta vs E Guo 1-0362010World Junior Championship (Girls)B35 Sicilian, Accelerated Fianchetto, Modern Variation with Bc4
24. E Guo vs M Ursente  ½-½262010World Junior Championship (Girls)B06 Robatsch
25. A Skrzypczak vs E Guo ½-½412010World Junior Championship (Girls)A04 Reti Opening
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  GrahamClayton: Emma is the current partner of Armenian Grandmaster Hrant Melkumyan.

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