Eva Moser (26 July 1982 – 31 March 2019) was an Austrian chess player. She was awarded the titles International Master (IM), in 2004, and Woman Grandmaster (WGM), in 2003, by FIDE. Moser won both the absolute and women's Austrian chess championships. She competed in the Women's World Chess Championship in 2008.
Eva Moser at the Vienna Chess Open 2013
|Born||26 July 1982|
|Died||31 March 2019(aged 36)|
|Title||International Master (2004)|
Woman Grandmaster (2003)
|Peak rating||2471 (July 2012)|
Moser started playing chess at the age of 10. She won the Austrian chess championship for girls, in various age groups, eight times.
In team events, Moser has represented Austria in the Women's Chess Olympiad since 2000, open section (commonly referred to as "men's section") of the 36th Chess Olympiad in 2004, Women's European Team Chess Championship since 2003, and open section of the Mitropa Cup (1999, 2002, 2004).
In 2006/07 her Austrian First League team Styria Graz became Austrian Team Champion. She used to play for the team Wolfsberg in Austria; and OSG Baden-Baden in the German Women's Chess Bundesliga, winning at least five times, and dominating for many years.
Moser has also published a small number of instructional chess DVDs with ChessBase.
Moser completed a degree in Business Administration in Graz in 2009. She worked for the Austrian chess magazine "Schach-Aktiv".
- "Moser, Eva FIDE Chess Profile". ratings.fide.com. Archived from the original on 2019-04-03. Retrieved 2019-04-03.
- European Youth Championships Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine. Chess Scotland.
- AUT Staatsmeisterschaft 2006. Tournament report.. FIDE.
- Austrian Women's Championship 2010. Tournament report.. FIDE.
- Austrian Women's Championship 2011. Tournament report.. FIDE.
- Big Database 2013, ChessBase GmbH
- 3. Schwarzer Bär - Open 2009 Tournament Results
- 4. Schwarzer Bär - Open 2010 Tournament Results
- 5. Schwarzer Bär Open 2011. Tournament report.. FIDE.
- 1. Hotel-am-Stadion Open 2012. Tournament report.. FIDE.
- Chess Ladies Vienna 2012. Tournament report.. FIDE.
- "Eva Moser gewinnt in Wien". ChessBase. 2013-05-27. (in German)
- Schulz, André (2019-04-03). "Eva Moser (July 26, 1982 - March 31, 2019) has died at 36". ChessBase.