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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Tatiana Kosintseva wins 2010 Nalchik FIDE Women's Grand Prix

Round 9 of the FIDE Women's Grand Prix event was played yesterday in Nalchik,Russia.Here
are the results from this round of play (the player on the left had the white piece
in the game):


SNo.NameRtgRes.NameRtgSNo.
5GMKosintseva Tatiana2524½ - ½GMZhu Chen247612
6GMCramling Pia25231 - 0WIMYildiz Betul Cemre22444
7IMMkrtchian Lilit25030 - 1GMKoneru Humpy26223
8GMHou Yifan25701 - 0WGMKovanova Baira23852
9GMZhao Xue2490½ - ½GMDzagnidze Nana24791
10IMDanielian Elina24910 - 1WGMMunguntuul Batkhuyag242811



These were the results from the games played today (the player on the left had the white pieces):



Round 10 on 2010/05/06 at 15:00
SNo.NameRtgRes.NameRtgSNo.
12GMZhu Chen24760 - 1WGMMunguntuul Batkhuyag242811
1GMDzagnidze Nana24791 - 0IMDanielian Elina249110
2WGMKovanova Baira23851 - 0GMZhao Xue24909
3GMKoneru Humpy2622½ - ½GMHou Yifan25708
4WIMYildiz Betul Cemre22440 - 1IMMkrtchian Lilit25037
5GMKosintseva Tatiana25241 - 0GMCramling Pia25236

These results mean these are the standings entering the final round of play
tommorrow: Congratulations to GM Tatiana Kosintseva for winning the event!






Rank after round 10
RankSNo.NameRtgFED123456789101112Pts.
15GMKosintseva Tatiana2524RUS*111½½11½½18
21GMDzagnidze Nana2479GEO0*1½½½½1½11
8GMHou Yifan2570CHN00*½½1½1111
46GMCramling Pia2523SWE0½½*½½½1½116
53GMKoneru Humpy2622IND½½½½*010½11
12GMZhu Chen2476QAT½½01*10½½1½
77IMMkrtchian Lilit2503ARM½½½00*0111½5
11WGMMunguntuul Batkhuyag2428MGL00½111*00½15
92WGMKovanova Baira2385RUS0000½½01*114
9GMZhao Xue2490CHN½½0½½010*014
114WIMYildiz Betul Cemre2244TUR½00000½01*½
1210IMDanielian Elina2491ARM00000½½00½*






These are the pairings for the last round of play (the player on the left has the white pieces in the game):


Round 11 on 2010/05/07 at 13:00
SNo.NameRtgRes.NameRtgSNo.
6GMCramling Pia2523-GMZhu Chen247612
7IMMkrtchian Lilit2503-GMKosintseva Tatiana25245
8GMHou Yifan2570-WIMYildiz Betul Cemre22444
9GMZhao Xue2490-GMKoneru Humpy26223
10IMDanielian Elina2491-WGMKovanova Baira23852
11WGMMunguntuul Batkhuyag2428-GMDzagnidze Nana24791

Here are the moves in the games which had decisive results in round 10:












Source of program used to create these game replays: http://www.chessvideos.tv/

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