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Old Feb 25th, 2008, 02:05 PM   #13
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Re: Keren Shlomo

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Originally Posted by Archer16 View Post
I know it's not a nice thing to say, but unlike (the younger) Glushko, she's just not good enough. I'd be surprised if she ever gets to the top 500.
The fact that she's still in the game, unlike dozens of former players who quit at 19 or 20, is commendable.
If you mean buy "younger Glushko" her as a junior player, than I think She wasn't that good even then.
Her big "breakthrough" last year was when she won a few not first grades tournaments, winning against lesser ranked player. Even than in the GS she had no real successes.

I hope we both are wrong.
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