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Friday, October 9, 2009

FIDE Women's Grand Prix Chess:Rounds 10 and 11 results and final standings

Here are the results from round 10 of the Women's FIDE Chess  Tournament in Nanjing (the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):





SNo.
NameRtgRes.
NameRtgSNo.
12GMZhao Xue25421 - 0GMSebag Marie251911
1GMXu Yuhua24851 - 0WGMKovanova Baira240810
2WGMShen Yang24531 - 0GMZhu Chen24889
3IMMkrtchian Lilit24691 - 0WIMYildiz Betul Cemre22248
4IMFierro Baquero Martha23860 - 1
Ju Wenjun24437
5WGMMunguntuul Batkhuyag2418½ - ½GMDzagnidze Nana25356

These results mean the following standings existed after ten rounds of play:

FIDE GP w Nanjing CHN 2009

1 Xu Yuhua 2485 +142
&;
0½
111011117.5 / 10
2 Dzagnidze,N 2535 +41 1
&;

0½01½11117.0 / 10
3 Zhao Xue 2542 -5 ½
&;
1010½½1116.5 / 10
4 Sebag,M 2519 -12
10
&;
½01101½16.0 / 10 0.00
5 Mkrtchian,L 2468 +43 0½1½
&;
½½½½
116.0 / 10 0.00
6 Shen Yang  2453 +32 0101½
&;
0½
1½15.5 / 10 0.00
7 Ju Wenjun  2443 +42 0010½1
&;

½½115.5 / 10 0.00
8 Munguntuul,B  2418 +67 1½½0½½
&;
½0115.5 / 10 0.00
9 Kovanova,B 2408 +7 00½1½
½½
&;
0½14.5 / 10
10 Zhu Chen 2488 -117 0000
0½11
&;
½14.0 / 10
11 Fierro Baquero,M 2386 -150 000½0½00½½
&;

2.0 / 10
12 Yildiz,B  2224 -548 0000000000
&;
0.0 / 10
Average Elo: 2447 <=> Cat: 8 gm = 8.03 m = 5.83

Round 11
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Here are the results from round 1,the last round of the tournament (the player on the left had the white pieces in the game):


SNo.
NameRtgRes.
NameRtgSNo.
6GMDzagnidze Nana2535½ - ½GMZhao Xue254212
7
Ju Wenjun24431 - 0WGMMunguntuul Batkhuyag24185
8WIMYildiz Betul Cemre22241 - 0IMFierro Baquero Martha23864
9GMZhu Chen2488½ - ½IMMkrtchian Lilit24693
10WGMKovanova Baira2408½ - ½WGMShen Yang24532
11GMSebag Marie2519½ - ½GMXu Yuhua24851


Here are the final standings after 11 rounds of play:congratulations to Yu Yuhua of China for winning the event! She just missed scoring a Men's GM Norm in winning.  Congratulations to WGM Mungutuul and WGM candidate Ju Wenjun for gaining Men's IM Norms in the tournament!


FIDE GP w Nanjing CHN 2009

1 Xu Yuhua 2485 +129
&;
0½½111011118.0 / 11
2 Dzagnidze,N 2535 +36 1
&;
½0½10½11117.5 / 11
3 Zhao Xue 2542 -5 ½½
&;
1001½½1117.0 / 11
4 Sebag,M 2519 -14 ½10
&;
½10101½16.5 / 11 33.25
5 Mkrtchian,L 2468 +41 0½1½
&;
½½½½½116.5 / 11 30.75
6 Ju Wenjun  2443 +68 0010½
&;
11½½116.5 / 11 29.50
7 Shen Yang  2453 +25 0101½0
&;
½½1½16.0 / 11
8 Munguntuul,B  2418 +32 1½½0½0½
&;
½0115.5 / 11
9 Kovanova,B 2408 +11 00½1½½½½
&;
0½15.0 / 11
10 Zhu Chen 2488 -108 0000½½011
&;
½14.5 / 11
11 Fierro Baquero,M 2386 -194 000½00½0½½
&;
02.0 / 11
12 Yildiz,B  2224 -156 00000000001
&;
1.0 / 11
Average Elo: 2447 <=> Cat: 8 gm = 8.03 m = 5.83
 
 
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