Mária Porubszky-Angyalosine in 1982
|Born||5 November 1945|
|Title||Woman International Master (1971)|
She achieved her first international success in 1970 when won third place in the International Women's Chess tournament in Balatonszéplak (Hungary) behind [Tatiana Zatulovskaya] and [Zsuzsa Verőci]. For this achievement, FIDE was awarded the title of Woman International Master (WIM) in 1971. She twice participated in the World Chess Women's Championship Zonal tournaments (1987, 1991). In 1991, she won the bronze medal in the Hungarian Women's Chess Championship. In 2007, in Keszthely she shared first place in the International Women's Chess tournament Keszthely Open.
- In 1974, at first reserve board in the 6th Chess Olympiad (women) in Medellín (+2, =1, -1),
- In 1980, at third board in the 9th Chess Olympiad (women) in Valletta (+7, =2, -2) and won team and individual silver medals,
- In 1982, at third board in the 10th Chess Olympiad (women) in Lucerne (+8, =2, -2) and won team bronze medal.
- In 1992, at first reserve board in the 1st European Team Chess Championship (women) in Debrecen (+0, =1, -2).
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