Contact

If you’d like to contact me, please email me: yelizavetaorlovachess@gmail.com

30 thoughts on “Contact”

  1. Hi Yelizaveta
    I am from Pakistan and in love with chess. I don’t know if you have heard of the name Mir Sultan Khan. He was a relatively unknown chess player from Pakistan who beat Capablanca, Rubinstein, Flohr and drew with Alekhine etc. Here’s a link that you might want to see:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mir_Sultan_Khan

    But this was a long time ago. Nowadays there is no attention paid to chess in Pakistan and I am really suffering because of that. I feel that if the atmosphere was conducive my level of play would have been much better than what it is today. Can you please help me improve?
    Thanks! πŸ™‚

  2. Hi Yelizaveta
    I believe I need to develop a good habit of concentrating which I lack…I become distracted very easily…is there some method for improving this?

  3. My Name is Nikolay Hovhannisyan.I am chessplayer too and currently in Toronto.Can I play with You online?Thank you.

  4. Hi Yelizabeta, just a little tip. If you want to improve in chess, you have to know the history, the classics. For instance you don’t know Sultan Khan.
    One more thing. You are very pretty!! Look for me in facebook Fernando Godo Chief Editor One Percent Magazine

  5. Hi πŸ™‚
    You might remember my name. Would this be OK if I had a few lessons with you?
    As the English currency is quid (not dollars!), I’m guessing I might be paying a little bit less, like say Β£18 because of dollars vs quid.
    Hope to meet you in person when you come over to London πŸ™‚

    Take care,
    Mike (srimech on chess.com)

    1. Hi Mike,

      Let’s contact via Email!

      I think it will be more suitable this way, we can discuss these matters there.

      But I think it is a splendid idea you’d like to take lessons for me.

      Take care,
      Hope to hear from you soon!

      Liza

  6. Hi Yeli, do you have time to play against my daughter, Caissa Palang WCM for training purposes via online?

  7. Hello Yelizaveta,

    Do you have any favorite books to suggest to help develop the understanding of chess strategy in general? The reader would be an upper intermediate level chess player.

    Thanks,

    Jerry
    (a fan from New Jersey, USA)

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