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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

2009 Women's World Team Chess Championship:Round 6 and 7 results and Standings. round 8 pairings

Here are the results from rounds 6 and 7 of the 2009 Women's World Team Chess Championship:





Round 6 Results
Bo.10 American TeamRtg-8 China Team OneRtg3 : 1
1.1IMKrush Irina2458-GMHou Yifan25851 - 0
1.2IMZatonskykh Anna2462-WGMShen Yang24530 - 1
1.3IMGoletiani Rusudan2391-Ju Wenjun24431 - 0
1.4WIMMelekhina Alisa2220-WGMHuang Qian24241 - 0
Bo.9 Georgian TeamRtg-7 Russian TeamRtg1½:2½
2.1GMChiburdanidze Maia2506-IMKosintseva Tatiana2536½ - ½
2.2GMDzagnidze Nana2535-IMKosintseva Nadezhda2493½ - ½
2.3IMJavakhishvili Lela2472-IMRomanko Marina2453½ - ½
2.4IMKhukhashvili Sopiko2451-WFMGunina Valentina24370 - 1
Bo.1 Poland TeamRtg-6 Armenian TeamRtg½ :3½
3.1IMRajlich Iweta2465-IMDanielian Elina24890 - 1
3.2WGMZawadzka Jolanta2414-IMMkrtchian Lilit24680 - 1
3.3IMDworakowska Joanna2345-WGMGalojan Lilit23260 - 1
3.4WGMMajdan Joanna2361-WGMAginian Nelli2307½ - ½
Bo.2 Vietnam TeamRtg-5 India TeamRtg1 : 3
4.1WGMHoang Thi Bao Tram2265-IMDronavalli Harika2474½ - ½
4.2WIMPham Le Thao Nguyen2301-IMSachdev Tania24050 - 1
4.3WFMHoang Thi Nhu Y2114-WGMKaravade Eesha2391½ - ½
4.4WFMPham Bich Ngoc2145-WGMMary Ann Gomes23960 - 1
Bo.3 China Team TwoRtg-4 UkrainRtg2 : 2
5.1Tan Zhongyi2435-IMUshenina Anna24481 - 0
5.2WIMZhang Xiaowen2391-WGMZhukova Nataliya2457½ - ½
5.3IMWang Yu A2380-IMGaponenko Inna24380 - 1
5.4Wang Xiaohui2223-WGMZdebska Natalia2410½ - ½

Round 7 Results
Bo.4 UkrainRtg-10 American TeamRtg2 : 2
1.1IMUshenina Anna2448-IMKrush Irina2458½ - ½
1.2WGMZhukova Nataliya2457-IMZatonskykh Anna24621 - 0
1.3IMGaponenko Inna2438-IMGoletiani Rusudan23910 - 1
1.4IMMuzychuk Mariya2443-WIMMelekhina Alisa2220½ - ½
Bo.5 India TeamRtg-3 China Team TwoRtg2½:1½
2.1IMDronavalli Harika2474-Tan Zhongyi2435½ - ½
2.2WGMKaravade Eesha2391-WIMZhang Xiaowen2391½ - ½
2.3WGMMary Ann Gomes2396-WFMDing Yixin23211 - 0
2.4WGMNadig Kruttika2273-Wang Xiaohui2223½ - ½
Bo.6 Armenian TeamRtg-2 Vietnam TeamRtg3½: ½
3.1IMDanielian Elina2489-WGMHoang Thi Bao Tram22651 - 0
3.2IMMkrtchian Lilit2468-WIMPham Le Thao Nguyen2301½ - ½
3.3WGMGalojan Lilit2326-WFMHoang Thi Nhu Y21141 - 0
3.4WGMAginian Nelli2307-WFMVo Thi Kim Phung20781 - 0
Bo.7 Russian TeamRtg-1 Poland TeamRtg2 : 2
4.1IMKosintseva Tatiana2536-IMRajlich Iweta2465½ - ½
4.2IMKosintseva Nadezhda2493-WGMZawadzka Jolanta2414½ - ½
4.3IMKovalevskaya Ekaterina2436-WGMMajdan Joanna23610 - 1
4.4WFMGunina Valentina2437-WIMSzczepkowska-Horowska Karina23211 - 0
Bo.8 China Team OneRtg-9 Georgian TeamRtg3½: ½
5.1GMZhao Xue2542-GMChiburdanidze Maia2506½ - ½
5.2WGMShen Yang2453-GMDzagnidze Nana25351 - 0
5.3Ju Wenjun2443-IMJavakhishvili Lela24721 - 0
5.4WGMHuang Qian2424-IMLomineishvili Maia23781 - 0

Here are the standings after 7 rounds of play in the event:

k.Team12345678910 TB1 TB2
1Poland Team * 22½31015,0
2China Team One * 12313917,0
3Ukrain23 * 2122815,5
4Russian Team222 * 23815,0
5Armenian Team½2 * 2½814,5
6Georgian Team½3 * 32714,0
7India Team1121 * 3713,0
8American Team321 * 2614,5
9China Team Two122 * 3613,5
10Vietnam Team½½121 * 18,0

Annotation:
Tie Break1: Matchpoints (2 for wins, 1 for Draws, 0 for Losses)
Tie Break2: points (game-points)


Here are the pairings for the last round of play in the Championship: Good luck to all the participants in the last round of play!


ound 8 on 2009/09/10 at 14:30
Bo.10 American TeamRtg-9 Georgian TeamRtg0 : 0
1.1IMKrush Irina2458-GMChiburdanidze Maia2506
1.2IMGoletiani Rusudan2391-GMDzagnidze Nana2535
1.3WIMMelekhina Alisa2220-IMKhukhashvili Sopiko2451
1.4WFMAbrahamian Tatev2275-IMLomineishvili Maia2378
Bo.1 Poland TeamRtg-8 China Team OneRtg0 : 0
2.1IMRajlich Iweta2465-GMHou Yifan2585
2.2WGMZawadzka Jolanta2414-GMZhao Xue2542
2.3IMDworakowska Joanna2345-WGMShen Yang2453
2.4WGMMajdan Joanna2361-WGMHuang Qian2424
Bo.2 Vietnam TeamRtg-7 Russian TeamRtg0 : 0
3.1WGMHoang Thi Bao Tram2265-IMKosintseva Tatiana2536
3.2WIMPham Le Thao Nguyen2301-IMKosintseva Nadezhda2493
3.3WFMHoang Thi Nhu Y2114-IMRomanko Marina2453
3.4WFMPham Bich Ngoc2145-WFMGunina Valentina2437
Bo.3 China Team TwoRtg-6 Armenian TeamRtg0 : 0
4.1Tan Zhongyi2435-IMDanielian Elina2489
4.2WIMZhang Xiaowen2391-IMMkrtchian Lilit2468
4.3IMWang Yu A2380-WGMGalojan Lilit2326
4.4Wang Xiaohui2223-WGMAginian Nelli2307
Bo.4 UkrainRtg-5 India TeamRtg0 : 0
5.1IMUshenina Anna2448-IMDronavalli Harika2474
5.2WGMZhukova Nataliya2457-IMSachdev Tania2405
5.3IMGaponenko Inna2438-WGMKaravade Eesha2391
5.4WGMZdebska Natalia2410-WGMMary Ann Gomes2396

source:http://chess-results.com/

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