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Anna Cramling Bellon
Number of games in database: 108
Years covered: 2016 to 2022
Last FIDE rating: 2035 (1874 rapid, 1905 blitz)
Highest rating achieved in database: 2168
Overall record: +30 -54 =24 (38.9%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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   A Cramling Bellon vs Arman Sarkisian (Apr-11-22) 1-0
   T Thorhallsson vs A Cramling Bellon (Apr-10-22) 1-0
   A Cramling Bellon vs Vignesh Anand (Apr-09-22) 1-0
   M Galow vs A Cramling Bellon (Apr-08-22) 0-1
   R Koes vs A Cramling Bellon (Apr-07-22) 0-1

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(born Apr-30-2002, 20 years old) Sweden

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Woman FIDE Master. She is the daughter of Pia Cramling and Juan Manuel Bellon Lopez.

Wikipedia article: Anna Cramling

Last updated: 2021-06-18 15:07:06

 page 1 of 5; games 1-25 of 108  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. A Cramling Bellon vs J van Foreest  0-1372016Hasselbacken OpenD16 Queen's Gambit Declined Slav
2. R Morros Faura vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0262016Hasselbacken OpenB40 Sicilian
3. Gunnar Hedin vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0552016Hasselbacken OpenA13 English
4. Julisa Pasaribu vs A Cramling Bellon  0-1662016Baku Olympiad (Women)A07 King's Indian Attack
5. L Stoeri vs A Cramling Bellon  ½-½612016Baku Olympiad (Women)B51 Sicilian, Canal-Sokolsky (Rossolimo) Attack
6. J Eric vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0512016Baku Olympiad (Women)B92 Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation
7. A Cramling Bellon vs T Gara  0-1352016Baku Olympiad (Women)E38 Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 4...c5
8. K Isgandarova vs A Cramling Bellon  ½-½572016Baku Olympiad (Women)B54 Sicilian
9. A Cramling Bellon vs E Blond Hanten  ½-½532016Baku Olympiad (Women)D61 Queen's Gambit Declined, Orthodox, Rubinstein Attack
10. T Rodshtein vs A Cramling Bellon  ½-½542016Baku Olympiad (Women)B90 Sicilian, Najdorf
11. G Meier vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0522016Scandic Ariadne MastersA06 Reti Opening
12. T Luukkonen vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0472016Rilton Cup 2016/17A13 English
13. A Cramling Bellon vs T Rydstrom  0-1392016Rilton Cup 2016/17E33 Nimzo-Indian, Classical
14. I Thompson vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0512016Rilton Cup 2016/17A06 Reti Opening
15. A Cramling Bellon vs T Glimbrant  0-1382017Rilton Cup 2016/17E76 King's Indian, Four Pawns Attack
16. A Cramling Bellon vs G Svorono  ½-½372017Rilton Cup 2016/17A84 Dutch
17. V Ryzhkov vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0562017Rilton Cup 2016/17B20 Sicilian
18. A Cramling Bellon vs B Petersson  ½-½192017Rilton Cup 2016/17A48 King's Indian
19. Andrea Henderson de La Fuente vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0362017Rilton Cup 2016/17B50 Sicilian
20. Alejandro Perez Garcia vs A Cramling Bellon  1-0412017Gibraltar MastersD02 Queen's Pawn Game
21. A Cramling Bellon vs U Weisbuch  0-1332017Gibraltar MastersA48 King's Indian
22. Bellon Lopez vs A Cramling Bellon ½-½322017Gibraltar MastersD26 Queen's Gambit Accepted
23. A Cramling Bellon vs M Kandic  0-1362017Gibraltar MastersA40 Queen's Pawn Game
24. E Osuna Vega vs A Cramling Bellon  ½-½452017Gibraltar MastersD31 Queen's Gambit Declined
25. A Cramling Bellon vs R Koes  ½-½432017Gibraltar MastersA52 Budapest Gambit
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  MissScarlett: <Pia Cramling first played at a Olympiad when she was 15; her daughter Anna will make her debut in Baku at 14>

Jan-03-17  waustad: She now seems to be playing in the main section of tournaments. The Rilton Cup has been tough for her, though it shouldn't be that much of a shock since she was one of the lowest rated players.
Jul-11-17  BIDMONFA: Anna Cramling Bellon


May-10-18  waustad: She is in a video with an astronaut, I’d include a link, but copying the URL from Youtube while using a tablet is not an easy task. It is in Swedish with English subtitles.
Jan-05-19  The Kings Domain: Pretty gal. Good to see the legacy living on.
Jan-05-19  areknames: I don't know how many other players have 2 strong GMs for parents, in this case it doesn't seem to have done much for Anna's playing strength, at least for the time being.
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  perfidious: Maybe the young lady has chosen to do something with her life other than play chess, which, so far as I know, is allowed.
Jan-20-20  areknames: <perfidious> There's more to life than playing chess?? What a load of codswallop..
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  perfidious: Yeah, the treasonous ideas I put out there....
Jun-22-21  waustad: After watching her on youtube with her mother, they suggested a clip that I clicked on. She was cooking. Don?t go there. I cooked for a living decades ago and I shouldn?t make such videos. Stop it.
Jun-29-21  Caissanist: Per the comment from User: areknames above, I know of six other children of two reasonably strong GMs, all younger than Anna. Viktorija Cmilyte has four children, two with her current husband Peter Heine Nielsen and two with ex Alexey Shirov . Zhu Chen also has two children with husband Mohamad Al-Modiahki . Anyone know of any others?
Jun-29-21  Refused: Obviously there are Grischuk's kids.
The daughter with Zhukova and now his kids (3 or 4?) with Lagno. Also Lagno's son from her previous marriage to Robert Fontaine.

Then there's also the son of Anish Giri and Sopiko Guramishvili. On that note, Sopiko should really take on the name Giri. Sopiko if you can read this, have a heart, people unknown being forced to write Guramishvili without typos is torture, when there'd be a perfectly fine four letter alternative available to them.

Jun-29-21  Caissanist: Guramishvili and Zhukova aren't GMs, thanks for mentioning Lagno's kids, didn't know about them.
Jun-30-21  Refused: Zhukova is a GM.
Jun-30-21  Refused: Also, just remembered that the Sockos have 3 children. And both Bartosz and Monika are GMs.
Jun-30-21  Caissanist: Thanks, you are right about Zhukova of course, surprised how many there are now. It will be interesting to see what they grow up to be.
Jun-30-21  Refused: Wouldn't be expecting anything tbh.

E.g. Alex Shirov also had another daughter with WGM Marta Michna (nee Zielinska; Elo rating 2.300-2.400 range), Masza. Masza plays some chess, but she's not particularly good at it. Elo 1.300-1.400 or something. She probably just wasn't into it.

Also there's another of your GM babies out there. Leonid Kritz is Married to one of the Konsintseva sisters (Nadezda I think). They also had a child a couple of years ago iirc.

Aug-19-21  Albertan: Here is an article about Anna Cramling Bellon:

Jan-31-22  Albertan: A Strong Duo:An interview with Pia and Anna Cramling:

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  0ZeR0: <Albertan>

Thanks for sharing that wholesome interview. I couldn't think of more fitting ambassadors for women's chess than Pia and her daughter.

Feb-01-22  Granny O Doul: They may be coming to New York just in time to watch the destruction of the Hotel Pennsylvania, the site of Pia's first (only?) US tournament appearance, the 1985 New York Open.

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