Svetlana Matveeva

Svetlana Matveeva (born 4 July 1969) is a chess player from Russia. She is a Woman Grandmaster and an International master.

She had a surprise result in the Women's World Chess Championship 2008 when she knocked out the defending champion, Xu Yuhua, in the second round.

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*fide|id=4119827|name=Svetlana Matveeva
* [http://www.chessworld.net/chessclubs/statistics_pgn_rating_chart.asp?username=Matveeva,Svetlana Statistics at ChessWorld.net]


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