lol, well I looked at some of her games, they look very logical to me.
This one, I think white developed the bishop too early, should have played Nf3 first. (violated a simple guidling) Beside that, white also played the queen too early, to f3, another violation of simple opening principles... for 1, it blocks the knights best square and for 2, the threat thats generated is easily met (as you can see) and then the queen is chased away, developing a nice attack for black which is handled poorly, he should have seen the exchanges, destroying the pawnstructure and then the imminent pawnstorm.
So basically she just capitalized on a few mistakes.
- another one where she plays an unorthodox opening move against an opponent who makes some seriously weakening moves like 2...f6. Black makes some bad moves further down the line - 17...Nf4? 22...Rb8? all in all black seems to have been too agressive, looking to attack when he should have been looking to defend.
All in all I think she would be a worthy adversary as she obviously understands how to formulate a strategy.