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Hanna Ereńska

Hanna Ereńska (Ereńska-Radzewska), now Hanna Ereńska-Barlo (born 12 November 1946 in Poznań) is a Polish chess Woman Grandmaster.

She was five-time Polish Champion (1971, 1972, 1977, 1979, 1980) and thrice Vice-Champion (1973, 1975, 1984).

She represented Poland in eight Chess Olympiads (1972–1992). She won individual silver medal in the 5th Chess Olympiad at Skopje 1972 (second board, 7½ points of 9 games),[1] and team and individual bronze medals in the 9th Chess Olympiad at La Valletta 1980 (first board, 9 points of 13 games).[2]

Hanna Ereńska-Radzewska was awarded the WGM title in 1981, as the first Pole.

Hanna Ereńska-Barlo won the European Senior Chess Championship at Bad Homburg 2005, and the 17th World Senior Chess Championship at Gmunden 2007.


External links

  • FIDE
  • Hanna Ereńska-Barlo player profile and games at
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